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OF THE 

U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY AT WT POINT, 

FEOM ITS ESTABLISHMENT, MAKCH 16, 1802, TO THE ARMY EEORGAN- 

IZATION OF 1866-67. 



By BEEVET MAJOE-GENEEAL GEOEGE W. OULLUM, 

Colonel, CoiTps of Engineers, United States Army. 



(This BiOGKAPHiCAL Registek comprises the Etats de Service of all graduates from 
the establishment of the Militarj' Academy, in 1802, to 1867, inclusive, giving their 
promotions, stations, commands, war records, and civil services when thej' have left 
the army : a complete register of the oificers of the institution, with their histories ; 
a full list of the military posts of the United States, present and past ; an alphabetical 
table of aU battles, combats, sieges, actions, and skirmishes, in which graduates have 
participated; liesides much other useful and statistical information, showing from 
whence graduates were appointed cadets, to what arms promoted, the casualties of 
service, their rebellion record, and civil occupations after leaving the army. The work, 
containing some 2,300 biographies, is published in two large octavo volumes of nearly 
700 pages each, and printed from entirely new type, on fine paper, being in amount of 
matterequal to about five or six ordinary octavo volumes. The subscription price is 
$10 in cloth binding, or $14 in haK morocco, for the entire work. ) 



From Gen. U. S. Grant — General-in-Chief. 

Headquaeteks Abmy of the United States, ) 
Washington, D. C, February 17, 1868. ) 

Mx Dear General— I have received yom- "Biographical Register of the Officers and 
Graduates of the United States Military Academy," which you have done me the honor 
to foi-ward for my acceptance. The work ought to show to the enemies of the Military 
Academy, that if they expect to harm the institution in the minds of the American 
people, they must keep from their view the services rendered to the country by its 
graduates. Your book will receive the favor of all graduates, except, perhaps, here- 
after, from those who see recorded against them, "Joined in the Rebellion of 1861-66, 
against the United States. "' This ought to be odious. 

With great respect, your obedient servant, 

U. S. Gbant, General. 

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7<irom Lieut-Generdi W. T. Sherman. 

Headquabteks Militaey Division of the Missoxjei, ) 
St. Louis, February 15, 1868. j 

Deae Geneea.l — I have received your kind note of February 11th, with the two vol- 
umes of the Biographical Kegister of the Officers and Graduates of the U. S. MiHtary 
Academy, for which I have waited long. I believe I appreciate the vast amount of care 
and labor you have bestowed on this work, and feel certain you will be well rewarded 
for it in the thanks of the tens of thousands of families who wiU pore over these vol- 
umes to find therein recorded the brief histories of their friends. I have read your 
preface, and can hardly credit the fact that any intelligent man will now question the 
use and necessity of a military education. Men who profess the law, medicine, ma- 
chinery, or the arts, must first acquire a professional education. How much more 
necessary with us who hold in our hands the lives of so many people, and the honor 
and good name of the country itself? 

I also observe that you meet an objection by some people in the early part of our civil 
war, when the minds of all were aroused, excited, and apt to run astray. None of us 
contend that because we graduated at West Point, we are the less men, with all the 
passions and weaknesses of other men, liable to en*, and even to crime ; but the facts 
and figures given by you are conclusive on this point, that in the great heaving cause 
that shook our national fabric, a less proportion of our graduates were blinded and 
misled than of Senators and Representatives in Congress, of Judges of the Supreme 

Court, or of the colleges located in the most rigidly patriotic spots of our country 

Yale and Harvard. 

I do not think we claim that West Point can in four years accomplish miracles and 
utterly remould the character of its pupils, but it has in the past and wiU make in the 
future, men more useful in the details of life, more reliable and faithful to their trusts, 
whether jirivate or public, and more national in their attributes and aspirations, than 
any other system of education hitherto tried ; and these results are cheaply attained 
by our national Mihtary Academy. 

While there is such unlimited freedom to the expression of pubhc opinion as in our 
country, we must expect the widest criticism and the wildest views ; but my observa- 
tion convinces me that at no former period of our history was the Academy more firmly 
rooted in the respect and good opinion of our people than now, and I have no fears 
but that it will always receive the generous and fostering care of the Government. 

In the course of my service I have been thrown most intimately ^\'ith volunteer 
officers who had not received the advantage of the West Point course ; but all, without 
exception, regretted that they had not enjoyed, in early life, the minute and systematic 
instiTiction in the elements of the military profession, which they realized were better 
taught at West Point than at any other institution of our country. 

Instead of learning the same things with the aid of books, they had to learn them in 
camp, sometimes at the expense of valuable lives. 

Knowing the intense interest you take in this subject, I assure you of my ardent 
sympathy and best wishes for your entire success. 

With great respect, 

W. T. Sheeman, Lieutenani-Oeneral'. 



From Major- General George H. Thomas. 

Louisville, Ky., February 17, 1868. 

My Deae Geneeal— I yesterday received, per Adams' Express, the copy of the 
Kegister of the Officers and Graduates of the U. S. Military Academy, which you were 
so kind as to send me, for which I beg you to accept my sincere thanks. 

Aside from its value to the graduates of the Mihtary Academy, as containing a con- 
densed and reliable summary of their military and civil history after graduating, it 
must be a soiirce of just pride to them to see there recorded indisputable evidenc'e of 
as much loyalty among tho alumni of our Alma Mater as can be met with among any 
other class of American citizens. 

I venture unhesitatingly to say, also, that no other institution of learning in the 
countiy has contributed more to the advancement of science and hterature than the 
Military Academy at West Point. 

I am, very truly yours, 

Geo. H. Thomas, Major-Gemral TJ. S. A. 
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Prom a dUtimjtiished Officer of Voiimieers. 

My Dear General — In acknowledging a copj' of yonr Register to-day received, I 
take the liberty to say how mnch curious instruction and pleasure I have found in a 
cursory examination of its most laborious details. I am reminded of the expressive, 
stern silence of the vacant place on the wall, once occupied by the picture of Marino 
Faliero among the Doges of Venice, when I look at your short final record of such 
graduates as Jeflferson Davis and Eobert E. Lee. It seems to me very feliciitous to 
leave them and all their barren honors without a word of mention, when they severed 
their connection with an institution which has been the splendid muse— pnx'sicZmm et 
deciis—ot National Life and Loyalty. It is grand. 

Your preface meets my warm sympathy. As a volunteer it was my lot to serve 
under, with, and over graduates of West Point. I felt the great delicacy of command- 
ing men bred to "le metier des armes" withoiit oflfending their self-love or my own. 
And it is a pleasant memory to me that my warmest friendships were with regular.s, 
graduates chiefly ; and I have often said that I was, in every duty, perfectly sure of the 
true, loyal, and whole-souled service of those men who knew so much better than my- 
self whether my orders were correct enough to jiistify the ready and energetic support 
which, in ei;e7-(/"instance of my experience in service, I received. My gratitude to these 
gallant men is glad to find even this private expression. I honored and felt for them ; 
and my grateful esteem for them all— those who taught ma much and those who deli- 
cately concealed how much they could teach me, that I ought in my position to know — 
has left me with a most fraternal love for many individuals, and the highest regard and 
respect for the Military Academy as a faithful, essential bulwark of our safety. 



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From a Gh-aduate of Harvard College. 

General — .... Although a stranger, permit me to express the obligations which 
every citizen should feel for this most valuable and important contribution to the history 
of the nation ; and its preparation must have involved a much greater amount of labor 
than you even are willing to allow. 

The defence of West Point in your introduction will be of great value, and yet it is 
rather melancholy to think that any word of defence is needed, when the whole country, 
and even our heavens, are covered with monuments of its scientific attainments and 
achievements, and while the paths of the dead are but too thickly strewed with those 
other sad monuments which speak of patriotism, heroism, and faithful endeavor. 

But your pages have a record of the living, which must endear the Academy to the 
hearts and understanding of all this generation— if we except ambitious declaimers and 
political demagogues ; and for the service which you have done to the body politic, you 
will excuse me if I take the liberty of thus expressing my grateful acknowledgments. 



From the North American Review. 

General Ctillum has finally published his long-expected Revised Register of West 
Point Graduates. It is a book indispensable to every one who studies the mihtary 
history or establishment of the Republic ; but its keenest interest is for those who are its 
subject. It gives concisely, but fully and accurately, the leading events in the life of 
each graduate, from the opening of the Academy to the reorganization of the army, in 
1866; and the simple record of efforts, triumphs, and tragedies is the more affecting to 
the survivors fi-om the close ties with which the Academy has bound together the Reg- 
ular Army. An esprit de corps, unknown to any other college in the coimtry, is created 
by the very nature and regulations of the institution. Cadets just emerging from boy- 
hood are separated from their homes and from the world for foiu- years. For amends, 
they are bound together by constant intercom-se and a systematic emulation in studies, 
arts, exercises, and amusements. They are in constant and famiUar association with 
localities and scenes famous in Cadet tradition for the deeds of their predecessors, to 
which their own exploits are to be added, — both forming through then- lives an 
exhaustless theme for the night watches in the steaming jungles of the Everglades or 
the icy mountains of Oregon. And to whatever post an officer may go, he will be 
welcomed by those who know him intimately, at least by reputation, and with whom 
he has a thousand common interests. Isolation magnifies trifles ; and in the little 
absolute despotism of West Point, party spirit runs high, and for ten years before the 

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war, the Cadets took sides in their violent political disputes, almost to a man, as they 
were afterwards divided, in life or in death, on the hard-fought battle-fields of the great 
Rebellion ; and as then, after the dispute, Cadets would quietly fall in and march to 
mess to discuss over their hash the performance of their horses at cavalry drill, so, 
during the war, on oiu- side at least, after the prisoners were brought in, it was no rare 
sight to find a Rebel as much at home in the camp of some former room-mate or com- 
rade, as though for the time every principle of the "little unpleasantness" was for- 
gotten, and the dingy Rebel gray was transformed, and represented to their eyes 
nothing but the old spruce uniform, more familiar to them both than any other. 

This freemasonry seems an obnoxious exclusiveness to some unreasonable opponents 
who ignore its advantages. It is probably one of the cauf?es of the violent and unjust 
attacks to which the Academy is so often subject. The Preface of General CuUum's 
Register gives and suggests facts which should disarm such assailants, and which are 
invaluable for the defence made by its friends, and for candid inquirers after the 
truth. 

In the first years of the late war, many undeserved reproaches were thrown out 
against the Academy for failing to accomplish impossibihties, and the country seemed 
ignorant of the familiar principle, of which General CuUum here reminds us, that for 
great commanders, ability, knowledge, and experience — all three— are essential. In 
1861 there was no military experience in the country at all proportioned to the neces- 
sary scale of operations ;" there was, no doubt, more militaiy ability among the men 
whose tastes had impelled them to seek "West Point, than among the same number in 
civil life ; and military knowledge was confined to the Regular Ai-my and to the grad- 
uates. Under these circumstances, it would seem to have been clear where our leaders 
should have been sought exclusively at the outset. The assembled wisdom of the 
nation thought differently, and it is an instructive study to compare the places held by 
political generals in the Union Army early in the war with the results they had accom- 
plished at its close. General Cullum, with the modesty of a veteran, does not refer to 
this ; but the Army Register for 1866 shows, that, of the seventeen general officers of 
the Regular Army at the end of the war, all but one were graduates of West Point; and 
without detracting from General Terry's glory, it is just to say that his promotion was 
rather due to the enthusiasm for one valuable victory than for well-established general- 
ship, and that this victory was of the straightforward sort that depends more on the 
body of troops than on their head. 

But war, if an expensive, is also a thorough school, and the knowledge and experi- 
ence gained in the Rebellion were so great in proportion, that they were rapidly 
destroying the advantage in these respects before held by regularly educated soldiers ; 
and by the end of the war, leaders, whether Volunteer or Regular, were fast falling into 
the places their ability entitled them to. 

It is true many "West Point commanders failed, even where this was not due to their 
supporters or to circumstances. This is only allowing that all did not possess the 
three requisites that have been mentioned. But it must be remembered that the Con- 
federacy advanced its "West Point gradiiates much more systematically than we did, 
and that many a defeat for the Union was still a success, though on the wi-ong side, for 
West Point. 

This leads us to speak of the loyalty of West Point graduates. It is a common 
notion that they were under peculiar obligations to the United States Government. 
This mistake is well exposed by General Cullum, who argiies unanswerably that they 
■were educated by the country for its benefit, and not for their own ; and that the event 
has proved the economy of the Academy, even in dollars and cents. This is clear from 
a view which the author only hints at. Every Cadet is enlisted to serve four years 
after graduating. In these four years, most of them — all those in staff corps — have 
responsibilities and perform duties that in commercial life would command pay enough 
higher than they receive to amply compensate for the cost of their education. It is 
difficult to see that the crime of a Southern graduate, in rebelling, is any greater than 
that of any other government official. 

But are we not assuming a little too much in taking the disloyalty of West Point for 
granted? One of the saddest experiences of the war was the observation of the deep- 
seated, firm conviction in the minds of many of the most high-minded, religious 
Southern men and women, and growing from their first consciousness in the minds of 
their children, that their cause was a righteous one, and that they were resisting an 
unholy war of invasion ; one of the pleasantcst sights in a general view, but without 
much comfort for our side, immediate or future, was that of tlie active, cordial sympa- 
thy of the Southern women with the men, — even more general and efficient than with 
us. The question was not brought home to us, and it is hard for us to form an idea of 
the strength and sutfcriug required for a kindly, right-minded man to give up the 
dearest ties of earth for a point of abstract morality enveloped in a thick cloud of casu- 
istry, and to become a reproach and an outcast in the land of his fathers. If those who 

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failed in this test deserve censure, certainly those who stood it deserve no common 
praise,— and in reference to these. General Gull urn gives us i'acts and figures of which 
West Point may well be proud. He says : 

"It is unfortunately true that many forgot tho flag under which they were educated, 
to follow false gods. 'But who were "the leaders of this treason, but the honored and 
trusted in the land, filling, or who had filled, the highest places in the government,— 
Senators, Representatives, Members of the Cabinet, Foreign Ministers, Judges of 
United States Courts, and even those who had been elected by tho people to fill the 
highest offices in their gift? Was it then a greater crime for graduates of our national 
Academy to forsake their country than for the highest officials in every branch of tho 
government, executive, legislative, and judicial, who, from the seceding States, almost 
to a man, joined the Rebel standard? 

" But let us examine this Rebellion Record a little more closely. In the executive 
department four presidents were living when secession began. Of these, the only South- 
erner joined the Rebels ; another did the country more harm than an avowed enemy ; 
while the others, certainly, were not over-demonstrative in their eff"orts to preserve the 
Union. Belonging to the bench of the Supreme Court there were four Southern Judges, 
of whom two remained loyal, one was strongly sympathetic with the South, and one 
joined the Rebels. The Southern Judges of the United States District Courts sided 
with their own people. Of the Senators in Congress from the seceding States, but one,^ 
and of the House of Representatives, but three, remained loyal. Nearly all the agents of 
the State, Treasury, Interior, and Post-Office Departments, residing in or from the 

seceding States, espoused the Rebel cause Of those appointed m the army 

from civil life, nearly one half, while but a little over one fifth of the West Pomt officers 
left the service and joined in the Rebellion 

"The statistics show that the West Point part of the army has been by far the most 
loyal branch of the public service ; that nearly four fifths of its graduate officers 
remained faithful ; that one half of those from the South stood firm by the stars and 
stripes ; and in the battles for the Union, that one fifth of those engaged laid down their 
lives, more than one third, and probably one half, were wounded, and the survivors can 
point with manly pride to their services here recorded for the preservation of the 

nation." i ^ -u 

With these facts stated, the Academy needs no eulogy, and can securely rest her 
honor on her loyal children, and her efficiency on her turbulent children as well. 

The book in respect to taste and execution is admirable. It does not stoop to pre- 
serve the fame of misdirected valor, and the only notice of the most eminent Rebels 
after leaving our service, as though when they lost their honor they had lost their lives 
with it, is, that they "joined in the RebelHou of 1861-66, against the United States," 
with the date and place of their death, when known. The labor of compilation and 
correction was immense ; the arrangement is singularly convenient, systematic, and 
happy ; and the result is a new honor in peace to its author, already so distinguished 
in war, and a new illustration of the claims of the institution he defends. 



M-om the New York Herald. 

•'After many years of persevering toil," says the author, "I present to my brother 
graduates of the Mihtary Academy, this record of their services, honorable to them- 
selves, giving world renown to their Alma Mater, and claiming for their country a place 
in the first rank of military nations." 

This work will not be considered by the pubhc in the light in which its author mod- 
estly regards it, as having its chief interest in the circle of the graduates from the Mili- 
tary Academy. It is a contribution to the history of the country, and just now will be 
more especially regarded as a contribution to the history of the war. It is hardly pos- 
sible to over estimate its value in this regard. It contains, well digested in cyclopasdic 
form, a vast amount of information of a kind always difficult to obtain, inasmuch as it 
is in so great a degree personal. It comprises in its two volumes of over sis hundred 
pages each, "The Etats de Service" of all graduates from the establishment of the 
Mihtary Academy, in 1802, to the present time ; a complete register of the officers^of the 
institution, with their histories ; a full list of the military posts of the United States, 
present and past ; an alphabetical table of all battles, combats, actions, &c., in which 
graduates have participated ; besides much other useful and statistical information. 

And these "Etats de Service," 2,500 in number, though not biographies in the ordi- 
nary sense of the term, nevertheless contain the prominent facts of each individual's 
mihtary or public life. They are the protracted creations of a lifetime, and do not 
come in the category of the numerous easily-written narrations and so-called histories 

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of the events of our great civil war, with wliich the press teems, and, moreover, they 
demand habits of mind, intellectual quahfications, and tastes which are rarely com- 
bined. 

When, however, such a work does at rare intervals appear, it at once becomes a 
necessity. No historian can write, no student can read or study his country's history 
withoutit, while to libraries, public and private, it becomes a sine qua non. Nor would 
any one who has become acquainted with the character of this work and feels interest 
in the civil or military career of any one of the Academy's graduates, or would have a 
remembrance of the events of our various struggles with foreign powers or of those of 
that momentous one for our national existence, willingly be without these volumes. 

The preface to the work sets forth in brief the importance of militaiy education. It 
seems strange that it could be necessary to argue such a point, that we could expect 
individuals or nations to excel in the most difficult of all arts without the study and 
practice which every other art, or science, or calKng demands for its perfect exercise. 

Yet we cannot ignore the fact that there are those who depreciate military education, 
and by the phrase "heaven-born generals," would understand men who, from the bar 
or the plough, pass at once to the successful command of armies. Such anomalies are 
never presented. Cromwell, indeed, had little education of any kind when he entered 
public life, but it required years of the stern teachings of actual warfare to make him 
the great soldier he became. Great soldier as he was, he became yet greater as a states- 
man, and that, too, in the same school of actual practice in the art of statesmanship. 
The arguments against education would in his case be as strong, therefore, as applied 
to its use for making statesmen, as soldiers. 

Many, however, admit the necessity of military education while denouncing the Mil- 
itary Academy as a means to that end. 

Against the asi^ersions of such it is the feature of General CuUum's work that it fur- 
nishes so rich materials for its vindication. To showing how the Academy has been 
not ouly the means of giving us an accomplished body of officers for our army, but also 
of raising the standard of scientific education in all the colleges of the land, and of 
stimulating the development of works of civil engineering and internal improvements, 
by furnishing the country -^dth able civil engineers, a portion of the preface is devoted ; 
and we think his statements, founded as they are upon the carefully collected fixcts 
which the book records, nnist be convincing to aU who are not prejudiced beyond the 
power of truth to convince. 

The author is not less earnest and full in dealing with charges of " disloyal tj'. " He 
proves that the most loyal branch of the public service, when looked at as a whole, was 
that mainly constituted by the Academy and its graduates. 

In the brief space we can devote to the subject, we can but indicate its main features, 
and express our conviction of the conscientious fidelity with which the author has elab- 
orated his work, and of the peculiar value of that work to the country, which should be 
the more grateful to the author, since gratitude must be taken by him in part payment, 
for the sale of such books seems necessarily restricted. 



From (he Boston Watchman and Reflector. 

These two vohimes of thirteen hundred pages are a monument of General Cullum's 
reverence for his Alma Mater, and of the patient industry with which he has ransacked 
archives, examined tons of manuscripts, and written thousands of letters to collect and 
condense the summaries of the services of the graduates of the Military Academy. The 
work contains the " Statistics relating to the Gradiiates ;" a record of the "Battles and 
Combats fought by the United States Armies since the establishment of the Academy ;" 
a list of the "Forts, Arsenals, and Military Posts of the United States ;" a "Register of 
the Officers of the Academy," of their "Services and Promotions," and a "Register of 
the Graduates" from its establishment until 18G7. The accuracy and completeness of 
the work will render it serviceable to the historian, while its brief but frequent narration 
of services will serve to correct the prejudice against the Academy which so strangely 
exists. While one half of the officers appointed in the army from civil life joined the 
rebellion, but a little over one fifth of the West Point graduates deserted their flag to 
serve in the ranks of secession. One half of the officers appointed from the South 
adhered to the ITnion ; one fifth of all those graduates engaged in the war laid down 
their lives, one half were wounded, and the survivors may answer hostile criticism of 
their Alma Matt'r by pointing with manly pride to the services recorded in these vol- 
umes. General Culluin says that " the entire cost of educating the whole of the seced- 
ing graduates, in money, was not more than was saved by the military knowledge of its 
(West Point's) loyal graduates on every day of the rebellion." 

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M-om the New York Times. 

The Beeches, Monday, March 9, 1868. 

I should do injustice to my own sense of its value, and to the extraordinary pains 
General CuUum has taken in its preparation, if I did not notice, in what terms of favor 
I could, the Biographical Register of the Officers and Graduates of the United States 
Military Academy. In my opinion, no more valuable material for history exists in this 
country. The triennial catalogiies of our colleges utterly fail in that for which they 
might be made of incalculable value. This is in showing what the graduates of colleges 
have done. They do show when a graduate has become a clergyman, and when one 
got an A. M., D. D., or LL. D. ; but this shows very little of what they really are, and 
nothing of what they have done. Men get D. D.'s and LL. D.'s often when they have 
done very little to deserve them. An LL. D., in its true sense, is a distinction for 
great learning, but when our colleges give such a degree to a man for fighting battles, 
it is just as if West Point conferred D. D.'s for the same thing. Even the universities 
of England have got to giving learned titles just as the German princes confer the title 
of Baron, market ouvert. For this reason the catalogues of colleges, like the West Point 
Register, should tell what the gi-aduates have done, what they have Uved for, what they 
have shown to justify a liberal education. 

In this respect, Gen. CuUum's Register of West Point is invaluable. If any one has 
got anything to say against West Point, let him take \\p that Register, and say it, but 
say it with this roU of hard work, of honorable service, and of great performance before 
him. I undertake to say that, taking the average of their years and opportunities into 
view, the 2,200 graduates of West Point have done more solid work than any equal 
number of any profession. 

Some persons may say that the work for which they are educated is an evil work ; 
that war is an enormous evil. Grant it ; but military men do not make war. Wars are 
made by merchants and politicians. The East India Company (a company of mer- 
chants) made more wars and caused more bloodshed than any equal number of officers 
and soldiers on the face of the earth. And more than half of modem wars have been 
caused by what is called aggression on commerce. And even the professed ministers 
of the church, the brilliant priests who figured as the statesmen of the middle ages, and 
of Bourbons and Stuarts, made more wars than any generals of the army. War is not 
the desire, but to conduct war is the business of educated soldiers. As long as avarice 
and ambition make war a business among mankind, there must be men educated to it. 
That needs no argument. 

A graver charge has been made against West Point, that it is immoral and irreligious. 
The latest edition of this charge is in a letter, professedly from some unfledged cadet to 
a paper in Chicago, and subsequently quoted in Congress. Now, suppose this was actu- 
ally true, is it not equally true of every college in the land ? It is a high compliment to 
West Point to expect its young men to be perfect when it is not expected of any_ college 
in the country. I undertake to say, without fear of contradiction, that there is more 
restraint and less temptation to dissipation at West Point than there is at Harvard, 
Yale, or Princeton. What restraint is there at Harvard or Yale to prevent dissipation 
or immoraUty among young men to any extent? Would it be difficult to find Harvard 
students in gross dissipation ? Would it be difficult to find Yale students where the 
laws of the college forbid them to go ? On the other hand, it is barely possible for the 
cadets at West Point to escape at night and engage in some immorality. This is pos- 
sible, but it is not common and it is not easy. The whole establishment and gi-ounds 
belong to the Government ; the discipline is strict and most rigidly enforced, and the 
outward temptations small. The public ser\ices of religion are properly attended to, 
and there is a cadet's prayer meeting once a week for those who are religiously inclined. 
The chaplain stands to West Point in the same relation that the Professor of Moral 
Philosophy and Ethics does to the colleges. He could do something more if he was 
entirely relieved (as he ought to be) from the duties of a professorship. I knew a chap- 
lain at' West Point to do something I have not seen the professors in colleges do. The 
coi-ps of cadets were dra%vn up at sunrise each morning of the spring, in a hoUow 
square, and in the centre of that square the pious and amiable chaplain knelt down on 
the yet wet grass and offered up worship and service to the living God. I am not 
aware that the chaplains of colleges do much better than that. But there is in some 
things an air of rehgion about colleges not seen at West Pomt. Why? Mainly because 
a large number of young men go to colleges for the express purpose of being educated 
for the ministry ; and, of course, there are d large number there who are more rigid 
and earnest in religious duties. 

One great wrong has crept into West Point, which is in imitation of college practices, 
called hazing. I am told it is nearly done away with. Any institution will lose by 
permitting that practice. For the older cadets or students to impose upon the young 

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and iuexperienced, is mean and dishonorable. It is contrary to the whole spirit of 
chivalry, which aims to be just, generous, and magnanimous. The weak and innocent 
are the objects of its care, and to persecute them is alike cruel and dishonorable. 

I intended only to notice the Kegister ; but I can only state some general facts. The 
first cadet, Joseph G. Swift, was graduated in 1802, and after being engaged in various 
services, civil and military, died in 1865, at the age of 82. The whole number of grad- 
uates, from 1802 to 1867, inclusive, was 2,218. In that sixty-five years this country had 
but nine years of real war, and in those nine years 183 were killed in battle. I think 
that will be thought a large proportion. But it is not half the deaths caused by these 
wars, for there is the long list of those who died of disease or wounds caused by those 
campaigns. Let us take one class as an example. The class of 1841 had fifty-two 
graduates. Of these twenty-five are dead. Fourteen were killed in battle and ten died 
in service. Forty-three —more than four fifths — were engaged in battles. The first one 
on the class list was engaged in thirteen important battles ; the next in twelve ; the 
fifth, having served at Bull Bun and Chancellorsville, died of wounds ; the tenth was 
killed at the battle of Molino del Bey ; the eleventh (Lyon) was killed at the battle of 
Wilson's Creek ; the twelfth was killed near Cherubusco, Mexico ; the thirteenth died 
at Vera Cruz ; the sixteenth was killed at the battle of Stone Biver ; the twenty-second 
died near Corinth, Miss., in the army pursuing Beauregard ; the twenty-third (Brannan) 
was engaged in fifteen battles ; the twenty-sixth (Beynolds) was killed at Gettysburg ; 
the thirty-third died of wounds received at Molino del Bey ; the thirty-eighth died of 
wounds received atSharpsburg ; the thirty-ninth was killed at Spottsylvania ; the forty- 
eighth was killed at Chepultepec ; the fiftieth died of wounds at Mexico ; the fifty- 
second died of wounds at Mexico. This class had sixteen generals, of whom Lyon, 
Reynolds, Wright, Tower, and Brannan were a part ; two were killed in the rebel ser- 
vice—the Garnetts. 

I have taken this class as an example, to show both what services were rendered by 
the graduates of West Point, and what admirable materials for history are here. No 
man can write history of any value without a most exact reference to events and dates ; 
nor can the history of the United States, in the last sixty years, be written well without 
consulting very closely the records of West Point. 

History is the record of what is done, and not the babbling of orators, or the verbiage 
of literature. I say, therefore, the Begister of West Point, prepared by General CuUum, 
is a most invaluable memoir for history. It ought to have been a government work. 
But our government is a curious affair in some of its workings. Look at the enormous 
sums it spends to pay Gales & Seaton for various sorts of works ; look at the thousands 
it has paid for biographies of Senators, for books, and this, that, and the other thing — 
none of which had the tenth part of the value of this register. But let that pass. 
Human justice is the frailest of virtues. It always follows in the wake of human sel- 
fishness, and if you have not the arts of flattery and importunity, in vain will you 
appeal to government for an iota of justice or a particle of consideration. 

I hope at some time to give some brief notice of men whom I have known in my 
time, and whom these pages partly commemorate. They are to me pages of memories 
—sad, almost painful to look upon ; yet, of such is oi;r life composed, and, as time goes 
on, this volume of memory grows larger and sadder. 

A Vetekan Obsekveb. 



From the Army and Navy Journal. 

For the last six years, in the press, on the platform, in Congress, all possible changes 
have been rung on what is called the "disloyalty" of the Military Academy at West 
Point. This charge, utterly groundless, thoroughly ungrateful, and base in its ingrati- 
tude, was connected, of course, with the very natural fact that the best generals of the 
South (like the best generals of the North) received their military education at the 
national school of arms. As often as repeated, so often the slander has been repelled 
with indignant vehemence. And yet, with such persistency is the venomous charge 
reiterated, that, we presume, half the people in the North, even among the friends and 
admirers of the Academy, naturally conjecture that there is something in it. As for 
the accusation itself, it has been partly urged in malice, partly by jealousy, but chiefly, 
let us hope, through complete ignorance of the facts. 

Thanks to General Cnllum (whose admirable "Biographical Begister," a ten-years* 
labor, is such a monument of industry, fidelity, knowledge, and skill, as can only be 
found among those literary products where the love of the work overtops any possible 
reward the result can furnish), we have now the exact facts and figures to refute the 
libel upon our national school, and we trust that, in justice, we shall never again, not 
even when the annual appropriation is to be made in Congress, hear of the "disloyalty'' 
of West Point. We will first present the figures, and then some brief comments. 



From this careful aud elaborate work it appears that, at the outbreak of the Rebellion, 
1,245 graduates of the Academy were supposed to be living, 820 being still in the Army, 
and 425 in civil life. Of the 820 in the Army, only 184, or 07ily aboiU a fifth, joined in 
the Rebellion, while G2G, or nearly four fifths, remained true to the Union -io taking 
neither side. Of the 425 in the civil life, but 99, or less timn one fourth, were known 
to have joined the Rebels, whUe 280, or nearly three times the latter number, remained 
loyal. The careers of 44 were unknown ; but the proportion remains, doubtless, as 
already indicated. In fine, of the 1,245 graduates of the Academy living at the outbreak 
of the Rebellion, less than one fourth joined in the Rebellion, and over three fourths 
were true to the Union. And this is the record on which is raised the cry of " disloyalty !" 

When, in addition, we find from General CuUum's tables that of the 280 loyal gradu- 
ates in civil life, 110 re-entered the service, though half of them were beyond the 
meridian of life, and that of the remaining 170, all under 45 years old, became officers 
of the Regular or Volunteer Armies, except 39, who, from disability and other causes, 
did not take an "active part ;" when we find that of all the loyal sons of West Point 
who served in the Rebellion, a greater proportion than one in three were wounded in 
battle, and one in five (an astonishing record) laid down their lives in the same sacred 
cause, surely there should be an end to the cry of ' ' disloyalty. " 

So much for the absolute "disloyalty" of this "hot-bed of treason," this "nest of 
secession," as fervid stump orators are sometimes pleased to style our Military Academy. 
Now let us look at its relative "disloyalty" — its "disloyalty,"' we mean, compared with 
that of Congress, of such colleges as that at Cambridge, and of the country itself. For, 
if West Point be a hot-bed of disloyalty, then are Cambridge, Congress, and the country 
forcing-houses of treason more fruitful yet. We are assured by good authorities that of 
the Southern graduates of Cambridge, residing still at the South at the time of the 
Rebellion, not one tenth espoused the cause of the Union, much less entered its military 
service. Even in the border States they went for or against the Union, in accordance 
with the general sentiment of their sections. We have heard more than one Harvard 
graduate of a dozen years ago aver that, after reading the names of all the distinctively 
Southern students in his own and contiguous classes, he could not remember one who 
had joined the Northern Army, and all that he knew anything about had joined the 
military or civil service of the ConfederacJ^ 

Now let us turn to Congress. General CuUum declares that of the Senate but one 
member from the States that seceded remained loyal, and of the House but three — and 
they from a border State. All the rest, scores in number, went with the Confederacy. 
General Cullum further well says that even "the Southern United States District 
judges sided with their own people," as did "nearly all the Southern agents of the 
State, Treasury, Interior, and Post-Office Departments ;" of the four hving Presidents 
themselves, "the only Southerner joined the Rebels; another did the country more 
harm than an avowed enemy; while the others were certainly not over demonstrative 
in their efforts to preserve the Union. " In one word, no position was high or sacred 
enough to insure the loyalty of its occupant, no oath taken or "favors received" from 
the United States could retain a tenth part of the Southern people. And as for the 
whole Republic, it is fresh in remembrance how it was rent in twain, nearly all the 
South going one way, and nearly all the North the other. Not one Southerner in ten 
remained loyal. 

Now, turning to the MiUtary Academy, what do we find ? We find that of 350 grad- 
uates born in or appointed from slave territory who were in the mihtary service at the 
outbreak of the Rebellion, no less than 162 remained loyal, while 168 joined the Rebels. 
In other words, while in the colleges, in Congress, in the country, loyalty was so rare 
an exception among Southern men that probably not one in ten exhibited it, one half of 
the Southern graduates of the Academy remained true to the Union and fought in its 
behalf. In the face of this record, and of the record of the achievements of the loyal 
half of the Southern soldiers, headed by Major-General George H. Thomas, of Virginia, 
compared with the record of Congress, the colleges, and the country, shall we speak 
hereafter of the " disloyalty" or of the lustrous loyalty of the Academy ? 

Much praise has been given, and deservedly, to Harvard, to Yale, and to other famous 
colleges for their devotion to the cause of the Union. Lowell has immortalized that 
devotion for Harvard in his magnificent ode, and its fame has spread not less in Europe 
than America. Only the other day a London newspaper said, "Harvard sent her 
under-graduates, not by ones and twos, but by whole classes, to the front. These lads, 
the flower and the promise of the North, laid aside their books and took up the musket, 
many as private soldiers, to fight for the cause which they saw to be so precious. The 
list of students who fell by wounds or illness is long enough to make a famous bead- 
roll wherewith to answer those who say that the natural aristocracy of America holds 
aloof from her destinies. " It is nobly and worthily said ; but not less devoted, not less 
loyal, not less heroic in battle, were the children of West Point, and their "bead-roll" 
of d'ain is longer and more illustrious. Whereas the Southern sons of Harvard plunged 

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into (lisunion in a mass, nearly one half of those of West Point remained steadfast to 
till- Union. Have we, then, all praise for one institution, and only the word "disloyal" 
for the other? 

Trnc it is that the Lees and Johnstons and Braggs and Beauregards and Long- 
streets and must of the famous soldiers of the South were West Point graduates ; but 
lower in rank were Southern Congressmen, holders of the United States offices of honor 
and trust, and graduates of Northern colleges in greater proportions. It was the 
excellence of the trivining furnished to all its pupils, Northern and Southern, that put 
the cause on both sides completely under West Point control. And for these banes 
there were antidotes in Grant, Sherman, Thomas, Meade, Halleck, Sheridan, Hancock, 
and so on through all the grades, from general down. Were it our purpose to go into 
an estimate of the value of the Academy to the country, we should set forth the splendid 
array of its great names, and the illustrious catalogue of their victories. But it is 
••iiough to show what a weight of "loyalty" it lent to the Union. Harvard's devotion 
and loyalty are peerless, and we are all proud to reverence them ; but if General E. E. 
Lee wiv^ a graduate of West Point, General W. H. F. Lee, his son, was a pupil for two 
yeai-s at Harvard ; if West Point sent out Beauregard, Harvard sent out a member of 
Bfiiiircgiird's statf. Why is it that we hear imputations of "lessons of treason" 
iml.ibod at one place, but only of "le.s.sons of lo3'alty" imbibed at the other? 

More convincing than all other proofs, perhaps, of the unparalleled loyalty of West 
Pomt IS the fact mentioned by General Galium, that of the appointees from civil life in 
the .\rmy. at the beginning of the Rebellion, fully one half joined the fortunes of the 
Confederacy, while only om, fifth, as we have seen, of the West Point graduates in the 
Army jiroved disloyal. What do those say to this fact, who are wont to say that but 
for West Point there would have been no secession? It was the Army officers from 
cn-d lift! who, in such a vastly greater ratio, espoused the cause of the Rebellion. In 
lace of these accumulated proofs of the loyalty of the Military Academy, of the unequalled 
extent to which it held even its Southern graduates true to the Union, and the conspic- 
uous services it rendered to the country, the voice of detraction should be shamed into 
silence, and, m a reaction of feeling, the long-defeiTed honor be given where honor is 



From the New York Citizen. 

General Cullum's work is valuable for two distinct reasons: It is of great use and 
interest to anny men, and it fully vindicates West Point li-om the foolish charge of 
oeiiig a nursery of treason. *=■ 

During the eariy part of" the war, a portion of the Northern press became impatient 

f^ct tL"lL''l^'?v, """^ ""^ "''"^ ^'¥?'^." '^'■""^^"g ^^*«"^« ' ^"'i ^'^"i^g to mind the 
[hit h« wl«f P ? "'T'f TL"' ^,liieflyled by West Point men, rashly concluded 

that the West Point element, both in the Rebel and Federal armies, was either hostile 
or ukcwarm o he U"iou cause. The fact that Lee, Longstreel, Jackson and he 
h^<t7^^ T 'ir^'l^ '^' ^'^'^-"'y ^^^"^^^y^ ^as made so prominent that the people 
!?Tri *" "'"* the majority of the graduates had joined the rebellion. Lon^ 

betoro the w.ir was over, the true state of the case became fully known. The loyalty of 
^iZ'^l IfTV^ "'' 7''' /'°^"* J"^'^ ^'^^ established be/ond c,,ntroversy, ffihl 
ednoa^d J^,/'^'^'l'''-«,"»'l^r ^vhom the rebellion was finally crushed were oricinaUy 
IWwi f^f inueli.sncered-at Military Academy, convinced the people that WesI 

hZZ ' II r ""fT "^^^'^^'T" '7^^'^ ^oine had hastily proclaiined it 
„„„;». 1 , ■ '{>:/li« '»«<^'-«blc logic of statistics, shows the falsity of the chai-es 
X:^Lrl :T^%"\ "r ^^"•'* ^'""^^ "^^^'•«- 0"ly twenty-three per ce4 ^ the gS 

~. i, 'u',;; „sr;: z^.^.ft;zT- "" "™™ --ci-iveiy ,ha, west p„iut ..^ 

Willi .I,,,™,™. Tlin mitlior 1 u« h^luJT^ ■ 1^« I'moal brevity oousistcnt 

.mu,B,.m,.iil „r hi, 1,3™ iml ^T'^J^ "i-Sniiizuig abibtics of a bijb order in tlie 

^i^xz ;ruy::n!T,;;:^t,rlS7A";2M^ ""' '" ""^ °"° ^"^ "^"'^ '° 

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From " The Great Repitblic," Washhigton, D. C. 

General Cullum's Biographical Registej- embraces some 2,500 military biographies, 
carefully compiled from the most authentic sources, and are arranged according to the 
several classes of graduates since the establishment of the institution, in 1802. Among 
the long roll of graduates, we miss, of course, the names of such volunteer heroes as 
Logan, Sickles, Farnsworth, Garfield, and others ; but in the military biographies of 
such soldiers as Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, and George H. Thomas, of Hooker, Burn- 
side, Meade, and Pope, of Mansfield, Richardson, McPherson, and Howard, of Grilfin, 
McCook, Heintzleman, and Kilpatrick, and in the statistics and tables of battles and 
other military matters relating to the rebellion, are embraced an interesting and au- 
thentic military record of the battles and grand miUtary triumphs of our thousands of 
volunteer heroes against the common foe. 

General Cullum, himself a graduate of West Point, is manifestly a loyal man, and 
closes the biography of all the rebel graduates in 1860-61, with the pregnant remark in 
every case : "/le joined the rebellion." We are gratified, too, to notice the many evi- 
dences in the able preface to the work, of how warmly he feels the charge against West 
Point as a nursery of treason ; nor are we displeased with his eloquent eftbrts to rebut 
and disprove the charge. He shows by his statistics that 162 Southern graduates 
joined the Union forces, and bravely battled against secession and rebellion. These, 
although cradled and reared in State allegiance, he claims, were rescued from treason 
by West Point influences, resisting every appeal of relative and friend to swerve them 
from loyalty and duty, and with all Northern officers (save sixteen, who dishonored 
their alma mater), and 110 graduates from civil life, who rejoined the mihtary service, 
bravely fought the good fight for the Union. While one fourth of the officers of 
the navy on the active list resigned or were dismissed in 1860-61, and, being South- 
erners, probably joined the rebellion, he shows that nearly four fifths of the West Point 
graduates remained faithful to their oaths of allegiance ; that one half of those from the 
South stood firm by the stars and stripes ; that in the battles of the Union, one fifth of 
those engaged laid down their lives, and that more than one third, probably one half, 
were wounded, while the survivors can point with manly pride to their services for the 
preservation of the nation. 

Thus he warmly defends his institution, and asks : Can any other college or semi- 
nary of learning in the land — can Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Union, or Princeton — all 
of whose Southern students en masse joined the rebeUion — show a higher record of 
patriotism or sacrifice ? 

But in nothing does he decry or attempt to detract from, the merits and services of 
our gallant volunteers. He praises them highly. After eloquently arguing the impor- 
tance of a military education from the light furnished by the history of ancient and 
modern warfere, and the lives of the great captains of ancient and modern times — of 
Caesar and Hannibal, of Napoleon, Marlborough, and Washington — and showing that 
knowledge and experience have in all ages been the elements of success, that these can 
only be obtained either from actual service in the field, at a cost of the blood of thou- 
sands, or in seminaries of learning like that of West Point, and that it is far wiser, and 
certainly more humane, to obtain them through the latter, he concludes his preface 
with the following eulogy on our volunteer heroes : 

" All honor to our patriotic and gallant volunteers who, from the bar, the farm, the 
counting house, the workshop, and every sphere of life, rushed at the sound of the first 
hostile gun fired in the rebellion, to their country's defence ! Their self-sacrifice in 
giving up lucrative positions and the comforts of home for the privations of camp, their 
intelligence in meeting the difficult requirements of their new vocations, their endur- 
ance through long marches and weary campaigns, their steadfastness in the darkest 
hours of disasters, their valor on the battle field or in the deadly assault, their modera- 
tion when victory had assured our success, and their return as peaceful citizens to a 
cordial submission to the laws of their preserved country, are worthy of all commenda- 
tion. Doubtless none more than they felt and appreciated the great value of military 
education and experience as essential adjuncts to a natural genius for war in forming 
the great captain." 



Fi'om the New York Evening Post. 

It is not every year that so valuable a book appears as the "Biographical Register of 
the Officers and Graduates of the United States MiUtary Academy," edited by General 
George W. Cullum. Of course, the paramount interest of this book is for those whose 
names figure on its pages, and for their friends ; but it is also an important contribution 
to the history of the country. General Cullum has been indefatigable in his exertions 
to make the work accurate and complete. ...... 

General Cullum adds that "the entire cost of educating the whole of the seceding 
graduates, in money, was not more than was saved by the military knowledge of ila 
(West Point's) loyal graduates on every day of the rebeUion." 

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F"rom the New York National Freemason. 

This is not a work of brief labor, but of mauy years of persevering toil. Official and 
private sources of information have been exhausted to make it accurate and complete, 
rhe General truly says : "Archives have been ransacked, tons of manuscript examined 
letters by thousands written, and interrogatories almost countless put wherever a hone 
of gleaning any information at all reliable existed. " ^ 

The preface is a complete vindication of the West Fomt Academy from aU aspersions 
its relerence to the great warrior Masons of the world— Washington, Napoleon Fredl 
erick, Gustavus, Turenne, Eugene, Kosciusko— is flattering to the fraternity. 

From Its statistical tables we learn that cadets were first appointed in 1802 There 
were but two, one from Maryland and one from Massachusetts. In civil life there have 
been 3 members of the cabinet of the United States ; 7 ministers to foreign courts • 12 
members of Congress ; 5 Governors of States ; 132 presidents and professors of coUeges ; 
ld« presidents, chief engineers, and superintendents of railroads ; 75 authors 

I here were 70 battles fought in the war of 1812-15 with Great Britain ; i66 in the 
Indian wars ; 48 in the war with Mexico ; 500 in the recent conflict, in all which the 
graduates of the Academy participated. 

The position of all the forts, arsenals, and military posts is given, and a perfect 
register ot the officers of the Academy from March 16, 1802, to July 1, 1867 makin<^ 
837 m all— among whom we notice many devoted Freemasons ° 

Then follows the carefuUy prepared record of the services and promotions of the 
officers ot the United States Military Academy, making 2,218 in number 

The first graduate, Joseph G. Swift, was born in and appointed from Massachusetts. 
His military and subsequent career was honorable. General Cullum says of him • 
Amiable and sincere, spotless in integrity, staunch in friendship, liberal in charitv,' 
General Swift was a model gentleman, a true patriot, and Christian soldier (we add and 
consistent Freemason), worthy of the imitation of all who, like him, would Uve honored 
and revered, and die universally regretted. " 

Another craftsman we notice, Jonathan Williams, born in Massachusetts, and 
appointed from Pennsylvania. During the Eevolutionary War he resided in Europe 
being the private secretary to his relative, Dr. Franklin (the Master of the first Lodge 
m Pennsylvania), on his mission to France. Appointed in the army with the rank of 
major, he assumed the superintendency of the Academy, and accepted various hi^h 
military and civil positions. -> i » 

Space fails us even to mention the names of the hundreds of Freemasons, whose 
m^ories will be preserved through the means of this elaborate work. 

ihe graduates of West Point, their families and friends, and, indeed, the whole 
nation, wiU gratefully remember General Cullum for his patriotic work. No American 
library, private or pubhc, can be complete without these volumes. 

From the Boston Daily Advertiser. 

So much has been said, and falsely said, of the disloyalty of the graduates of West 
^omt that a tew facts gleaned from General Cullum's recently published Biographical 
Register of the Officers and Graduates of our Military Academy, will be i°ead with 
interest. The carefully prepared tables show that of the 1,245 graduates supposed to 
lif u^,^^ *^® beginning of 1861, 99 from civil life and 184 from the army ioined in 
the rebellion or less than twenty-three per cent. And if two thirds of those whose 
loyalty or disloyalty is unknown are added, it would still appear that more than three 
fourths of the graduates remained faithful to the Union. 

Of those graduates who were in the military service of the United States during the 
rebeUion, more than one half held volunteer commissions. Of the graduates who 
served m the battles of the late war, one fifth lost their Uves for their country and 
more than one third were wounded. ' 

General Cullum is earnest in his defence of the Academy against the charge of dis- 
loyalty, and makes some pertmnnt inquiries, as when he asks why Congress the 
Supi-eme Court, and the colleges are not equally accused of being nurseries of treason • 
or when he asks whether it is more disreputable to forsake the flag beneath which the 
graduate has been reared, than to stain the ermine of the Supreme Court with the crime 
of treason ; or when he asks whether the makers of the laws. Southern Senators and 
Kepresentatives, who trampled the Constitution under foot, were not as cuilty when 
violating their oaths as the graduates of the Military Academy. The General asserts 
and we believe he is correct, that the Southern graduates of Northern colleges espoused 
the Kebel cause almost en masse, while West Point, by the antidote of its loyal teachings 
saved one half of its Southern pupils, who, from infancy to manhood, before they 
entered the Academy, had breathed the poisoned an- of secession. These are points to 
be noticed, and with the author we would do all honor to the noble band of 162 gradu- 
ates, who, cradled and reared in the atmosphere of State rights, in the hour of trial 
proved true to their country 

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From Harper's Weekly. 

The record published by General Cullum of the military and other important opera- 
tions of the graduates of West Point, constitutes the best defence of that institution 
which could have been made. It appears that over 2,200 cadets have graduated from 
1802 to and including the class of 1867. Among the names not distinguished in war 
we observe those of Sylvanus Thayer, long the head of the institution ; of Robert P. 
Parrott, who devised the Parrott gun ; of George W. Whistler, the celebrated railroad 
engineer, lately employed in Ilussia ; and of Alexander D. Bache, one of the ablest 
repi'esentatives of science which this country has produced. 

Washington, in his message of December, 1793. against the expressed opinion of 
Jefferson, recommended what Jefferson called a military academy. "I opposed it," 
says Jefferson in his diary, ' ' as imconstitutional. Hamilton and Knox approved it 
without discussion. Randolph was for it, saying that the words of the Constitution 
authorizing Congress to lay taxes, etc., for the common defence might comprehend it. 
The President said he would not choose to recommend anything against the Constitu- 
tion, but if it were doiibtful he was so impressed with the necessity of the measure that 
he would report it to Congress, and let them decide for themselves whether the Consti- 
tution authorized it or not. It was therefore left in." 

In May, 1794, Congresa expressed itself l;^vorably to its Constitutionality. In 1796 
Washington again presented the subject to the attention of Congress. But it was not 
until March. 1802, tliat West Point was selected for this purpose. Mr. McHeury, the 
Secretary of War under Adams, had urged the matter so fully and forcibly in his annual 
report in 1800, that its organization on a limited scale took place. Jefferson, in 1803, 
waiving his constitutional scruples, proposed an aiigmentation of the institution and its 
removal to the then seat of Government, a suggestion which fortunately was not 
adopted. 

It is generally conceded that the great efficiency of West Point is due to the arrange- 
ments made during the administration of Mr. Monroe, which extended from March 4, 
1817, to March 4, 1825. General Sylvanus Thayer, in July, 1817, then Major, became its 
Superintendent, after having examined the military schools and establishments of 
Europe, which he visited on the termination of their great conflict, and was the instru- 
ment for carrying into full effect the intentions of the Government. In Major Thayer 
there was a fortunate union of those qualities which produce severe discipline and afford 
the requisite scope and breadth to military education. Shortly after Major Thayer's 
appointment John C. Calhoun became Secretary of War, which position he held until 
March, 1825. 

West Point had contributed to the war of 1812 but few officers of great distinction — 
General Scott was not a graduate — and as Mr. Calhoun had been in Congress during 
that struggle, and had a mind peculiarly fitted for organization, his first care on enter- 
ing the War Department was to unite with Major Thayer to place West Point on the 
best footing possible to enable the country to wage successful war. Mr. Monroe's 
administration was the last of those that received their impress from the Revolution. 
It was composed of statesmen selected not because of any partisan tendencies, but for 
their supposed great ability and tried patriotism. It is not too much to say, that there 
was unquestioned purity and fidelity and gener.T,lly a high tone of honor in all the 
departments during Mr. Monroe's term, and it is fortunate that West Point received the 
impression of a new and powerful impulse from that administration. It has been 
treasured by the Professors — who regard their honor as the brightest jewel— and trans- 
mitted to successive classes until it reached the distinguished actors in the last great 
struggle, in which they conferred renown on the whole country. 

If Mr. Calhoun's doctrine of the right of nullification and secession, announced long 
after his connection with Mr. Monroe's administration, contributed to produce the 
rebeUion, which it unquestionably did. though he claimed that this was not his motive, 
he had also provided a remedy in elevating West Point into great efficiency. In one of 
his early reports as Secretary of War he said : 

"It ought never to be forgotten that militf^ry science in the present condition of 
the woi'ld cannot be neglected with impunity. It has become so complicated and 
extensive as to require for its acquisition extensive means and much time to be exclu- 
sively devoted to it. It can only flourish Tender the patronage of the Government, and 
without such patronage it must be almost wholly neglected. A comparatively small 
sum expended in time of peace to foster and extend the knowledge of military science, 
will, in the event of war, be highly beneficial to the country, and 'may be the means of 
its safety." 

The Chief Engineer in 1822 reported "that the Military Academy may be considered 
as having been in its infancy until about the beginning of 1818, prior to which time 
there was but little system or regularity ;"' and he added, that a large portion of the 
students "have been luider the necessity of leaving the Academy without completing 

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Uieir edncation." The support given to the institntion by Mr. Calhoun, and the pow- 
erful effortB of Major Thayer, enabled Mr. Calhoun to speak of the institution in 
Decemlwr, 1823, as "not inferior to any similar institution in any country." 

The Southern tendencies of Mr. Calhoun were indicated even at this early day by a 
recommendation to establish another institution of like character in the Southern 
States ; but it is fortunate that the recommendation was not adopted, as both would 
have been more or less sectional, whereas the important fact that a large number of 
those educated at West Point from the Southern States remained true to the Union— 
Genen\l George H. Thomas is the most signal instance— proves that the influence of the 
institution was not as unfortunate as has been often alleged. 

A curious examiner into the law of compensation will find in the far-seeing circum- 
spt'ctiou and sagacity of Mr. Calhoun as Secretary of War, and in the policy of nullifi- 
cation and secession to which he was subsequently committed — the good a partial 
remedy for the evil— much to interest him in weighing and comparing these different 
iiiciiNuros. Certain it is that it required the exorcise of forethought and diligence at 
this early period to prepare for a war that happened only about thirty-six years after 
Mr. Monroe's administration had itoased. The term of Mr. Adams, which succeeded, 
was not favorable for such improvement, as supplies were rigidly withheld and party 
spirit ran high. Nor was the tenn of General Jiickson favorable for that purpose, as he 
WHS an improvised soldier, not especially friendly to West Prrint. and there were other 
subjects to engage the attention of his Cabinet, arising from the violence of party action 
during Ills whole term. 

Uetii'ction will perhaps show us that the organization of West Point, on a basis such 
as would enable the country to conduct war with the highest skill, could have taken 
place at no period with such advantage as during the administration of President 
Monroe, and it is to be regretted that General CuUum, in a work so valuable and likely 
to be so enduring, should have omitted, in his able prefiice, to trace to their true cause, 
so far as external management is concerned, the good results in skill and science, and, 
what is ecpially important, in honor and patriotism, among the officers of West Point 
which the war developed, and which have rendered that institution hereafter safe. 

It needed a concurrence in both the excellence of the instruction imparted and the 
pecuUar relation of the .students to render the eflficiency of the institution complete. 
The cadets instead of paying arc paid, and are the subjects of miUtary rule. While iu 
our colleg<>s there is sonic yielding on the part of their professors to pecuniary interests, 
such interests as between professors and cadets in no manner interfere with' the efforts 
made at West Point to render militarj' education complete, and to impress upon it a 
character of nationality. 



Brom the New York Evening Post. 
The Cost and Profit of West Point. 
General Cullum's Biogntphical Eegister of West Point, of which we spoke a few days 
ago, has some mterestmg particulars of the services which the West Point Academy 
has done tlic country. -^ 

The estaljlishmeut of a military school was one of the hobbies of General Washing- 
ton. During the war for independence he had l.mmed the practical importance Sf 
thorough mihtary education. Congress, in that struggle, was compeUed to ask Louis 
\M. for engineers ; and General Charles Lee said, with his habitual sneer, that there 
was not an ofhcer in the Continent.il army who knew "the difference betwixt a cheval- 
(Ir-frisc ami a cabbage garden." Every one recognizes the greatness of our debt to 
Steuben. Kosciusko, and others, who gave us the benefit of their study and tiainin- in 
the European ^^•ar8 Some of our own officers were, perhaps, a little jealous of their 
in..ro accoinphshe.1 comrades of foreigh birth, but Washington did not share the feel- 
ing ; in his last annual nussage to Congress he forcibly reiterated his couviction that 
he .•oimtry should tram up a class of such officers taken from among our own youth- 
Whatever argum.uts may he drawn from particular examples, superficially viewed a 
thor..ughexa,n.nat.,.n of the subje,-t will eVii.ce that the art of ir is both comprcJ 
henHiveand compl.eated ; that it .lemands much previous study, and that the pS^ 
H.on of ,t n, .ts most unproved and perfect state, is always of great moment to the 
He,.unty ol u „K„o„. This, therefore ought to be a serious care of every gm" nment 
and for this purpose an aeademy. where a reguhvr course of instructioni^Sven ?s an 

T. I 'i^i; ■'■".',"■''' ''"'"''' '^'"'■•'■"^ '"^•'""« ^'■'''■'' ««n-ccssfully employed." ^ ' 

Ihe |„11 lor the ere.lion ol a Milit^u-y A,-ademy of the United States, was reported to 

Botte. Mr. Nathaniel Macon, of North C.trolina, moved that the bill be rejected the 
motion was lost ; but u few days later. Mr. Joseph Eggleston, of Virginia, ploZek Se 



postponement of the bill by a vot^e of sixty-four to twenty-three. It was not until 1802 
that the measure became a law. 

The Academy, however, had only the cold shoulder of the administration which in 
the mean time had come into power, and its early years were not very prosperous. The 
result of this policy was, that when the second war with England broke out, there were 
but sixty-five \\ est Point men in the service. In the course of that war the record of 
the first two years shows in the army little but bad generalship, blunders, and defeats. 
Americans, however, learn war rapidly in the field, and the last campaigns were more 
creditable to our arms. In these campaigns West Point men took a conspicuous part. 
Of those in active service, one sixth were killed, one twelfth were wounded, and one- 
fifth of those who survived received one or more brevets for gallantry and meritorious 
conduct. 

During the thirty years which followed the close of this war, the officers of the 
regular army were employed in fighting the Indians, a training which, although useful, 
was yet very incomplete. At the breaking out of the war with Mexico, five hundred 
graduates of the Academy were in the service, and many others re-entered it from the 
occupations of civil life. In this war the utility of military education was strikingly 
proved. In less than a j^ear and a half our small army in Mexico won thirty battles, 
took forty thousand prisoners, a thousand cannon, besides an immense amount of 
small arms and munitions of war, ten fortified places, and the capital of the enemy, 
and acquired territory for the country which now yields every 3'ear a revenue equal to 
three times the whole cost of the contest. General Scott, himself not a West Point 
graduate, thus summed up the lessons of this war : "I give it as my fixed opinion that, 
but for our graduated cadets, the war between the United States and Mexico might, 
and probably would, have lasted some four or five years, within its first half more de- 
feat than victories falling to our share. " 

These two brilliant campaigns gave an extravagant fame to the MiHtary Academy, 
which at the breaking out of the rebellion, worked to its injury. The people expected 
impossibilities of it. In General CuUum's words, "the youthful graduates, who per- 
haps had never commanded a larger force than a company, or a battaUon, were expected 
at once to lead vast armies of undisciplined troops through unknown morasses and 
tangled wildernesses to assured victory. " It was inevitable that the popular expecta- 
tion should be disappointed, and that West Point should thereupon be as extravagantly 
decried as it had been extravagantly lauded. In this reaction of pubhc feeling, the fact 
that the rebel armies were led by West Point men was argued with pertinacity as an 
additional argument against the usefulness of the Academy. 

But as the war went on West Point men steadily replaced the officers appointed from 
civil life in the higher commands. Men who before had hard experience only in 
petty war, learned with wonderful facility to practise grand strategy, and successfully 
conduct campaigns of uniaaralleled difiiculty and importance. Grant and Sherman 
reached their proper places. The annals of the last years of the war justify General 
Cullum's boast that the "cost of educating the whole of the seceding graduates was 
not more than was saved by the military knowledge of loyal graduates on every day of 
the rebellion.''' 

The West Point Academy has given the country between two and three thousand edu- 
cated officers ; has procured for our army a world-wide reputation ; and, at the break- 
ing out of the rebellion, it kept nearly one half its Southern graduates loyal to their 
country ; yet it has never received, in any single year, an appropriation larger than is 
required to maintain a squadron of cavalry ; and has not cost the country, from 1802 
to the present time, a greater sum than was spent in any single week of the last years of 
the rebelhon. 



From the New York Times. 

We know of no single contribution to the military history of the nation so rich in 
invaluable data and so essential to the future histoiian or student of American history 
as the volumes with the above title. The author, a distinguished officer of the Engi- 
neers, and lately Superintendent of the Academy, is himself an e/eueof the "Cherished 
Alma Maler," with which he has been many years immediately connected as "In- 
structor of Practical Engineering," and more recently as its Superintendent. Devoted 
to his corps, to the Academy, and to the honor of the service to which the Military 
Academy is so important an adjunct ; admirably qualified by study of the exact sciences 
and of the best ancient and modern histories, and by natural and mental endowments 
for labors of profound research and patient investigation, the graduates of the Academy 
are indeed fortunate in their military biographer. For no institution in the world does 
there exist so full and complete a record of its officers, teachers, and graduates, as we 
now have for the United States Military Academy. 

15 



The execution of this task has been by no means an oflBcial duty, but was undertaken 
rather in payment of a debt of gratitude to the authoTS Alma Maier, which had bestowed 
upon him a vahiable education and habits of usefulness. 

It was, we believe, as long back as the year 1848, that the then Superintendent of the 
Militjiry Academy, Capt. (now Brevet B.ig. -General) Henry Brewerton, believing that 
H period had arrived when some formal and complete record of the services of the 
nunitTous graduates which the institution had matriculated during the many years of 
its existence, would be not only a convincing evidence of its usefulness, but a most 
valuable book of reference, adopted the idea of a work which should be not only a 
" Ilegister " of the names' and dates of appointment and graduation of all the graduates, 
but ii brief record of their promotions in the army or of their occupations in civil life 
after graduation. The author was then Instructor of Practical Engineering at the 
Academy. The task was first assigned to other hands, but it soon became evident that 
it was an undertaking to execute which, thoroughly and fittingly, but few possessed the 
requisite quahfications or habits of mind, and almost uaturallj', we may say, it soon 
devolved upon him. "The Register of the Officers and Graduates of the United States 
Military .\cademy," from 1802 to 1850, was thus the germ of the present important work, 
antl, valuable as it was, yet, as compared with the book before us, it is as the acorn to 
the fully developed oak. 

These remarks we deem appropriate, that the reader may fully understand that these 
volumes are not hasty gatherings together of such notes as could be speedily laid 
hands on, but an ordinary life's labor of an author peculiarly qualified for his task. 

That it was a herculean one may be judged from the author's own account of it in 
his preface. .......... 

That by such an amount of patient Labor alone could such a task be fittingly accom- 
plished, is evident from the statement, by the author, of its character and scope. . . 

Wo have devoted so much space to setting forth the origin and character of the work 
that wo can spare Uttle to treating of the actual contents \\he resi'.m£ we have just made 
will leave, however, no room for doubt, we think, as to its invaluable characteristics. No- 
where else can such an epitome of materials for our country's military history be 
found ; none who would be famihar with that history should be without it, and certainly 
no one who has a relative or dear friend a graduate of the Military Academy, or who 
has been much associated with men and things connected with our miUtary service, 
can well dispense with these volumes. 

We cannot close this notice without calling attention to the author's triumphant vin- 
dication of the graduates and of the Academy from the charge of "disloyalty." Here 
by accurate numerical comparisons he proves that 

"The statistics show that the West Point part of the armv has been by far the most loyal 
branch of the public service ; that nearly four fifths of "its graduate' officers remained 
faithful ; that one half of those from the South stood firm by the ' Stars and Stripes :' 
and, m the battles for the Union, that one fifth of those engaged laid down their hvesj 
more than one third, and probably one half, were wounded, and the survivors can 
point with manly pride to their services, here recorded, for the preservation of the 
nation. ^ 

"Can Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Union, Princeton, or any other college in the land 
Bhowa higher record of patriotism and sacrifice? Assuredly not. for their Southern 
gradnates espoused the rebel cause almost en masse. Should then these noble semi- 
naries of learning be aspersed as nurseries of treason because they did not retain all 
their f.livrs in the Union fold ?" 

Aft4ir showing how important an element to mihtary success in war. and to the organi- 
zation and management of the great bodies of troops suddenly called together to subdue 
the Rebellion, wore the graduates ol the Academy, and the military knowledge which 
excl^ms ^""^ ""^^^ ""^ disseminating through all classes, the author 

oTil",?! .r/^'fr^"!^ '%*^'* expense of this great establishment, which' has had an 
cx.kU,.. e of uvo thirds of a centuiy, at a total cost during that long period of useful- 

closing J cars of the Rebellion! And since 1802, when it was created the averirre 
"uS^' "''"''' ^'"' ""' ^'''' '"^'-'^ ^'^'^ *^««« f°^ "^« maimenance of a sq3! 



BIOGRAPHICAL REGISTER 



ifficcvs nxiis €vAhxcxU$ 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY, 

FROM 1802 TO 1867. 

REVISED EDITION, WITH A SUPPLEMENT 



COKTINUIXG THE 



REGISTER OF GRADUATES 

TO 

JANUARY 1, 1879. 

BY 

BYT. M/JOI|-GEf(ER/L GEOljGE W. CULLUM, 

COLONEL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY-RETIRED. 



VOL. in. 

SUPPLEMENT 



NEW YORK: 

JAMES MILLER, PUBLISHER. 

779 BROADWAY. 

1879. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1879, by 

GEORGE W. CULLUM. 

In tlie Office of the Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



A. (i. SilKUWOOi) & Co., Pi-intei-s, 70 K. Ninth St., N. Y. 



PREFACE TO THE SUPPLEiMENT. 



Not being able to incur the lieavy expense of pubHshing an 
entire new Register of the Officers and Graduates of the United 
States Military Academy, I decided, in deference to many requests, 
to revise the edition issued by me in 1868, and to add this Sup- 
plement which continues the Military and Civil Histories of 
deceased graduates to the date of their death, and of the living to 
January 1, 1879 ; also giving to this latter date the complete 
records of the services of all who have graduated since 1867. 

Every effort has been used to make this volume as complete 
as possible; but, with all my exertions, I have failed to trace some 
graduates in civil life, and many of those in the military service 
did not reply to my circulars asking for information, or forwarded 
their communications at too late a date to be used in this work, I 
have therefore had to rely mainly upon official data kindly fur- 
nished to me by the various bureaux of the War Department, 
which, though supplying all important essentials, do not give many 
interesting details known only to the graduates themselves. 

It was my intention to have added complete Biographical 

Sketches, which I had carefully prepared, of the prominent 

graduates who have died since the publication of my former 

Register; but I found, besides making this volume too bulky, 

the cost of printing them would far exceed the amount of my 

subscriptions. 

G. W. C. 

315 Fifth A^-ENUE, 

New Yoek City, Jane 1, 1879. 



CIVIL OCCUPATIONS OF GRADUATES 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 



President of the United States 1 

Members of the Cabinet of the United States 4 

Ministers from tlie United States to Foreign Courts ' 

Charg(5 d'Affaires from the United States to Foreign Courts 2 

United States Consuls-General, and Consuls 7 

Members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives 16 

United States Civil Officers of various kinds 99 

Presidential Electors 6 

Governors of States and Territories 8 

Lieut. -Governors of States 2 

Members of State Legislatures 72 

Presiding Officers of State Senates and Houses of Representatives 8 

Members of Conventions to form State Constitutions 13 

State Officers of various grades 51 

Adjutant and Quartermaster-Generals of .States and Territories 14 

Officers of State Militia 129 

Mayors of Cities 10 

City Officers 34 

Presidents of Universities, Colleges, etc 35 

Principals of Academies and Schools 27 

Regents and Chancellors of Kducational Institutions 11 

Professors and Teachers 119 

Superintendent of Coast Survey' 1 

Surveyors General of States and Territories 6 

Chief Kngineers of States 14 

Presidents of Railroads and other Corporations > 58 

Chief Engineers of Railroads and other Public Works 56 

Superintendents of Railroads and other Public Works 59 

'I'reasurers of Railro.idsand other Corporations 12 

Civil Engineers 1^~ 

Judges 12 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law J43 

Bishops ■< J 

Clergymen jg 

Physicians jo 

Merchants jqj 

Manufacturers ^j. 

Artists Q 

Architects - 

Farmers and Planters 



Bankers. 



202 



10 

Bank Presidents „ 



Bank Officers n-, 

^' 25 



Authors. 



91 



INDIAN ENGAGEMENTS 



JANUARY 1, 1860. 



INDIAN ENGAGEMENTS SINCE 1866. 



Jordan Creek, Or., Fight on Feb. 23, 180G 

Cottonwood Springs, Ara., Fight near.ISIar. 22, '6G 
South Caiion Owyhee River, Ida., 

Action of May 27, 186G 

Pino Creek, Dak., Action of July 17, 18(it> 

Harney Lake, Or., Fight near July 18, 18(it) 

Stein's Mountain, Or., Fight on July 18, 18()H 

Crazy Woman's Fork, Dak., Fight of. July 20, Km 

Camp Cady, Cal., Fight near July 29, 18(5(5 

Ft. Phil Kearny, Dak., Fight near. ..Sep. 21, 18(5(5 
Ft. Phil Kearny, Dak., Fight near... Sep. 27, 18(5(5 
Dunder& Blixen Cr., Or., Fight on.. Sep. 27, 18(5(5 
Purgatory River, N. M.. Fight on . .Oct. 3, 18(56 

Cedar Valley, Ara., Fight in Oct. 3, 18(5(5 

Ft. Phil Kearny, Dak., Fight near ...(3ct. 6, 18(50 
Ft. Phil Kearny, Dak., Fight near... .Oct. 7, 1866 
Dunder & Bli.Ken Cr., Dak., Fight of. . Oct. 13, 1866 

Camp Watson, Or., Fight near Oct. 14, 1866 

Pryor's Gap, Mon., Fight of Oct. 19, 1866 

Sierra Aniho, Ara., Fight of Nov. 17, 1866 

John Day's River, Or., Fight on... .Nov. 18, 1866 

Camp Watson, Or., Fight near Dec. 3, 1866 

Ft. Phil Kearny, Dak., Action near. .Dec. 6, 1866 

Grief Hill, Ara., Fight at Dec. 11, 1866 

Pinal Mountain, Ara., Fight of Dec. 14, 1866 

Ft. Phil Kearny, Dak., Combat near.. Dec. 21, 1866 

Mud Creek, Te.v., Fight on Dec. 24, 1866 

Owyhee River, Ida., Fight on Dec. 26, 1866 

Ft. Stanton, N. M., Fight near Jan. 1, 1867 

Malheur River, Or., Fight on Jan. 9, 1867 

Eden Valley, Nev., Fight in Jan. 19, 1867 

Neuces River, Te.\.. Fight near Jan. 19, 1867 

Stein's Mountain, Or., Fight of Jan. 29, 1867 

Camp McDowell, Ara., Fight near.. Jan. 29, 1867 
Vicksburg Mines, Nev., Fight near. . .Feb. 7, 18(57 

Eden Valley. Nev., Fights in Feb. 11-16, 18(57 

Surprise Valley, Nev., "Fight of Feb. 12, 18(57 

Meadow Valley, Ara, Fight of Feb. 23, 1867 

Coso Mountains, Cal., Fight of Mar. 11, 1867 

Rio Pecos, Tex. Fight on Mar. 12, 1867 

Ft. Reno, Dak., Fight near ..Mar. 27, 18(57 

Rio Verde, Ara., Action on Apr. 18, 1867 

Cinnamon Crossing, Kan., Fight at.. Apr. 19, 1867 
Camp Logan and Siloie's River, Or., 

Fights between Apr. 20-May 4, 1867 

Crossing of Platte Dak., Fight at .Apr. 26, 1867 

Mazatsal Mountains, Ara., Action of. May 6, 1867 

Beale Station, Ara., Fight near May 30, 1867 

Ft. Reno, Tex., Herding near May 30, 1867 

Ft. Aubrey, Kan., Fight of May 31, 1867 

Fairview, Col., Fight of June 1, 1867 

Kig Timbers, Col., Fight near June 11, ]8()7 

Big I'imbers, Col.. Fight on June 11, 1867 

Ft. Phil Kearny, Fight near tune 12, 1867 

Ft. Dod-e,Kan., Fight near 'June 12, 1867 



Peacock's Spring, Ara., Action near. .June 14, 1867 
Ijrinnell Springs, Kan.. Fight near.. June 14, 1867 

Big Timbers, Col., Fight near June 1.5, 1867 

Gallina Mountains, N. M., Fight of. .June 16, 1867 
Cinnamon Crossing, Kan., Fight of. [une 17, 18(57 
Stein's Mountain, Or., Fight near. ..June 20, 1867 

Vaiiipai Valley, Ara., Fight in June 21, 1867 

Calabassas, N. M., Fight near June 21, 1867 

Ft. Wallace, Kan., Fight near June 21, 1867 

North Fork of Republican River, 

Kan., Combat on June 34. 1867 

Wilson's Creek, Kan., Fight on June 26, 1867 

Ft. Wallace, Kan., Action near June 26, 1867 

Republican River, Kan., Fight near. June 26, 1867 
Beaver Creek, Kan., Fight near. . . .June 27, 1867 
Camp Grierson, Kan., Fight near. . .June 20, 1867 
Dunderit BU.xen Cr.,Or., Fight on.. July 5, 1867 

Malheur River, Or., Fight near July 7, 1867 

Ft. Sumner, N. M., Fight near July 8, 1867 

Truxton's Springs, Ara., Action near. July 9, 1867 

Ft. Sumner, N. 5l., Action near July 9, 1867 

Malheur River, Or., Fight near July 14, 1867 

S. Fork of Malheur, Or., Fight near. .July 1.5, 1867 

Goose Creek, Col., Fight near July 23, 1867 

Ft. C. F. Smith, Mon., Action near.. Aug. 1. 1867 

Saline River, Kan., Fight near Aug. 2, 1867 

Ft. Phil Kearny, D.ik., Action near. .Aug. 2, 1867 
Crazy Woman's Fork, Dak., Fight of. -Aug. 13, 1867 
Chalk Springs, Dak., Fight near. . . ..A.ug. 14, 1867 
Plumb Creek, Neb., Fight near . . . Aug. 17, 1867 
Republican Fork, Kan., Combat of. Aug. 21-22, 1867 
Ft. Chadbourne, Tex., Fight near. . .Aug. 22, 1867 

Surpri.se Valley, Cal., Fight in Aug. 22 1867 

Pitt River County, Cal., Action in . . Aug. 22, 1867 

Silver River, Or., Fight near Sep. G-8, 1S67 

Live Oak Creek, Tex., Fight on Sep. 10, 18(57 

Ft. Inge, Tex., Fight near Sep. 16, 1867 

Devil's River, Tex., Fight near Sep. 2(), 1867 

Cinnamon Crossing, Kan., Fight near. Sep. 23, 1867 
Cinnamon Crossing, Kan., Fight on. Sep. 24, 1867 
Infernal Cavern, PittR., Cal. ,.4ctionof Sep. 26, 1867 
Pretty Encampment, Cal., Fight at. .Sep. 29, 1867 

Camp Lincoln, Ara., Fight near Oct. 10, 1867 

Ft. Lancaster, Tex., Fight n ar Oct. 11, 1867 

Sierra Diablo, Tex., .\ction of Oct. 18, 1867 

Camp Winf. Scott, Nev., Fight near. Oct. 26 1867 

Goose Creek, Dak., Action of Nov. 4, 1867 

Camp Lincoln. Ara., Fight near.... Nov. 11, 1867 

Ft. Sumner, N. M., Fight near Nov. 17, 1867 

New Mexixo, Fight in Nov. 20, 18(57 

Crazy Woman's Fork, Dak., Fight of. Dec. 2, 18(57 
Eagle Springs, Tex., Fight of. ..... .Dec. 3, 1S67 

Camp Wallace. Ara., Fi'ght n_'ar Dec. 19, 18(57 

Ft. Lancaster, Tex., Fight at Dec. 26, 1867 

PeacocV: Mountain Ara., Fight of. . .Jan. 1 !, 1838 



INDIAN AVARS, 



i:VDIAN ENGAGEinEIVTS SINCE 1866. 



Point Creek, Tex., Fight on Mar. 6, 18158 

Head of Rio Colorado, lex.. Fight at . Mar. 10, 18(58 
DiindcrA: Rlixen Cr., Or., Action on. Mar. 14. 18H8 
Kt. Kettcrinan. Wy., Fight near. . .Mar. 18, ]8(iH 
(amp Willow Grove, Ar., Fight near. Mar. 21, 18()H 
Cottonwood Springs, Ar., Fight near. Mar. i">, 18()8 

Camp Warner, Or., Fight near Apr. 3, 18(!S 

.Middle Fork of .Malheur, Or., Fight on. Apr. 4, 18faS 

Owyhee Forks, Ida., Fight near Apr. 17, 18(58 

Nomith's Mills, N. M., Fight at ... .Apr. 17, I8(;8 
Warner s .Mountain, Or., Fight near. .-Vpr. 27, 18.18 

Paradise Valley, Nev., Fight in Apr. 2!t, ]8(;8 

Warner's Valley, Or., Action in May 1, 18(i8 

Camp Crittenden, Ara., Fight near. ..May 1, 18()8 

San I'edro River, Ara., Fight on May 1. 18(j8 

Oila River. Ara., Fight on May 4, 18(58 

Owyhee River, Ida., Fight on May 2il, 18i:8 

Castle Rock, Or., Fight at May 31 , 18C.8 

Apache Springs, is\ M., Fights at. .June 8-13, 18(j8 
Toddy .Mountain, Ara., Fight near.. June 1(5, 18(j8 

Battle Creek, Ida., Fight on June 24, 18(18 

SnakcCanon. Ida., Fight at June , 18!i8 

Salt& Verde R., Ara., Fight between. .July 8, 1808 

Ft. Reno, Dak., Fight at July 19, 18(58 

Big Salmon River, Ida , Fight on. ..July 2'1, 18(58 

Rio Agua Frio, Ara., Fight on July 2,5. 18(58 

Jupiter Caiion, Ida., Fight at July 2(5, 18(58 

Camp Reno, Ara., Fight near July 30. 18(58 

Ft. Huford, D.ik.. Fight near -Aug. 20, 18(58 

Sautw .Maria River. -Ara., Fight near. Aug. 22, 18(58 

Ft. Totten, Dak., Fight near Aug. 23, 18(i8 

Little Coon Creek, Kan., Fight on.. . .Sep. 2, 18(58 

Rule Creek, Col., Fight on Sep. 10, 18(58 

Sand Hills, Col.. Combat of Sep. 11-15, 1808 

Horse Head Hills, Te.\., Fight near. Sep. 14, 1808 
15i^ Sandy Creek, I. T., Fight on.. . Sep. l,*), 18(58 
.\rickeree Fork, Kan., Combat of. . . .Sep. 17, 1808 i 

Ft. Rice, Dak., Fight near Sep. 22, 1808 ' 

Mcmbres Mountains, Ara., Fight at.. Oct. 3, 1808 

Cherry Creek, Ara., Fight on Oct. !1, 1808 

Prairie Dog Creek, Kan., Fight on . .Oct. 14, 1808 

Beaver Creek, Kan., Fight on Oct. 18, ]8(i8 

Black Mountains, Ara., Fight of. Oct. 20, 18()8 

Solomon River, Kan., Action of. .Oct. 25-20, 18(58 
Seneca Springs, Utah, Fight near.. Nov. 11, 18(58 

Ft. Dodge, Kan., Fifjht near Nov. lit, 1808 

Ft. Dodge, Kan., Fight near Nov. 19, 18()8 

Farmersvillc, Tex., Fight of Nov. 20, 18()8 

Bill Williams Mts., Ara., Fight near. Nov. 2;^, 1808 

Wajhita River, I. I'.. Battle of Nov. 27, 1808 

Tonto Valley. Ara., Fight in Nov. 28-29, 1808 

Salt Fort, and Elm Creek Junction, 

1 T., Combat of Dec. 25, 1868 ' 

Cainn Ooo-lwin, Ara., Fight near. . . Jan. 13, 1809 
Kirkland Creek, Ara., Fight on. . . .Jan. 2."), 1809 

.Miillierry Creek, Kan. .Fight on "jan. 2i), 18()9 

Aravipa Mountains, Ara., Fight at. .!Feh. 4,' 1809 

Camp Orant, .Ara., Ficlu near Feb. 27. 18(59 i 

Sliield's River, Mon., I'lght on Mar. 13, 18()9 

(jila River, Ara., Fight on .Mar. li(" ]H()!I 

Ft. Fred. Steele, Wv., Fight near. . .Mar. 22*, 18(59 

CampCraiit. .Vra., Fight near .Mar. 23, 1809 | 

.Musselshell Rivrr. Mon., Fight on. ..Apr. 7, 18(i9 

Cicneg.i Ar.-,, Kightof Api. 14, 18«)9 

.Mount I iirnbull, Ara., Action of Apr 29 1809 

t;rief Hill, Ara., Fight of May o! 1809 

San Augustine Springs, N.M., Fightof.Mav 7, 1809 

lutson, Ara., Fight near May 11, 1809 

Heaver Creek, Kan.. Combat of May 13 I,8ti9 

C«nm«;r..ni. Ara.. Fight near MaV ', 18oil 

Kio 1 into, Ara., Fiuhi on Juiie 4. 180<.l 

Camp 1 ..11 t;.,ic, Ara.. Fight near, .. |iine 10, l,S(iil 
Red R.H k ( ouutry, Ara., Fight in .lu.ie 21, l.SCK 
«.reat M..iith Carton, Aia,. I-Sghi o„, ]„x,u 27. 18(i9 
lliirn. .M..iiiilaui», Ara., Fighi „( June .30. I8I'9 



Camp Toll Gate, Ara., Fight near. .June , 

Hell Canon, Ara , Fight at July 3, 

Hacquahalla Water, Ara., Fight of. ..July 6, 
Summit Springs, Col., Combat of. . . .July 11, 
San Augustine Pass, N. M., Fight of. Aug. 15, 
Tonto Plateau, Ara., Fight near. . . .Aug. 25, 

Rio Verde, Tex., Fight near Aug. 25-20, 

White Mountain, Ara., Fight of. Aug. , 

Camp Date Creek, Ara., Fight near.. .Sep. 5, 

Laramie Peak, W'y., Fight near Sep. 12, 

Sapwagia River. Wy.. Fight on Sep. 14, 

W'hiskey Gap, Wy.. Fight at Sep. 15, 

Brazos Salt Fork, Te.\., Action on .. .Sep. 10, 

Red Creek, Ara., Fight near Sep. 23, 

Lower Aqua Frio, Ara.. Fight near. .Sep. 25, 

Chincahua Pass, Ara., Fight at Oct. 8, 

P.razos Fork, Tex., Action on Oct. 28, 

Ft. Griffin, Tex., Fight near Nov. 4, 

Iniad.iloupe .Mts., N. M., Fight at.. Nov. 18, 

Ft. Whipple. Ara., Fight near Nov. 21, 

Tonto Plateau, Ara., Fight of. ...Nov. 2;3-31, 
Horse Shoe Creek, Wy., Fight near.. .Dec. 1, 

Mount Kuford, Ara., Fight at Dec. 10, 

Guadaloupe Mts., N. M., Fight at . ..Dec. 20, 
Delaware Creek, N. M., Fight on... Dec. 30, 



Camp Grant, Ara., Fights near. . . .Jan. 7-11, 

Guadaloupe Mts., Tex., Fight of Jan. 20, 

Marias River, Mon., Action on Jan. 23, 

Dragon Mountains, Ara., Fight of. ..Jan. 28, 
Stein's Peak Canon, Ara., Fight on.. Jan. 31, 
Camp McDowell, Ara., Fight near. . .Mar. 9, 

Soli Wash, Ara., Fi ^ht of Mar 15, 

North Hubbard Creek, Tex.. Fight on. Apr. 3, 

San Carlos River, Ara., Fight on Apr. 30, 

Bear Creek, I. T., Fight on .May 3, 

Miner's Delight, Wy., Fight near May 4,' 

Lampases Co., Tex., Fight in May 14, 

Spring Creek, Neb., Fight near May I7' 

Rio Chiqiiito, Ara., Fight on May 25^ 

Holliday Creek. Tex.. Fight on May 30,' 

Beaver Creek, Kan., Fight on May 31, 

Mescal Mountains, Ara., Action of. . .June 5, 

P.lack Canon, Ara., Fight on [une 5,' 

Red Willow Creek, Neb., Fight on. ..JuneS' 

Ft. Dodge, Kan., Fight near June 8, 

Camp Supply, I. T., Action of June ll] 

White Mountains, Ara., Fight of (une 24, 

Medicine BowSla.,Wy., Fight near. "June 25! 
Pine Grove Meadow, Wy., Fight at. June 27 
Little Wichita River, Te.\., Action on. July 12* 

Pinal Mountains, Ara., Fight of. .A.ug. i] 

Mescal Ranche, Ara., Fight of Aug. Is] 

Camp McDowell, Ara., Fight near. .Aug. 22' 

Ft. Concho, Tex., Fight near Sep. 30" 

Little Wichita River, Tex. , Fight near.Oct. 5' 
Looking G1.1SS Creek, Neb., Fight near.Oct. o". 
Little Wichita River, Tex., Fight near.Oct. o' 

Pinal Mountains, Ara., Fightof Oct o' 

Guadaloupe Mts., N. M,. Fight of. . . ..Oct. lo", 
Pinal Mountains, Ara , Fight near. .Oct 29' 
Gu.adaloupe Mts.. N. M.. Fight of .".Nov! ! 

Pinal Mountains, Ara., Fight of. 

Seneca River, Ara., Fight on 

Camp Verde, Ara., Fight near fan. 7 

.\pache Pass, Ara.. Fight near Feb 12" 

Peloucilla M.mntains, Ara., Fight of. Mar. 2o' 
(.ila Mount.-nns, Ara., Fight of. . . Mar 28' 

Sierra .Aucha, .-Vra., Fight of Ai.r 4' 

.\pache Mountains, Ara., Fight of.Apr II-12' 
I)ragoon Mountains, Ara., Fight of. .Apr lo' 
W heistone .-^louiuai.is, Ara., Fight of.M.ay 5! 
Bird Wood Creek. Neb.. Fight on... May 24 
Kiowa Springs, N. M., Fignt near... May ■ ' 
Hiuithuca .Mountaiius, Ara., Fight of.Jmie l' 



• Jan. 1, 
.!lan. 7, 



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INDIAN WARS. 



INDIAN £N«A0E:MENXS SINCE 1866. 



E. Fork of Rio Verde, Ara., Fight on.June 8-9, 1871 
Huachiica Mountains, Ara., Fight of.. June 10, 1871 

Cieneaa, Ara., Fight near J"ly 13> 1^"1 

Ft. Belknap, Tex., Fight near July 15, 1871 

Camp Bowie, Ara., Fight near July 19, 1871 

Baudera Pass, Te.\.. Fight of July 27, 1871 

Brazos Fresh Fork, Tex., Action of. .Oct. 11, 1871 
ChiricahuaiVIountains, Ara., Fight of.Oct. 22, 1871 

Date Creek, Ara., Fight near Feb. , 1872 

Howard Wells, Fight of Apr. 20, 1872 

Loupe River, N. M., Fight on Apr. 2fi, 1872 

Camp Hualpai, Ara.. Fight near May 5, 1872 

Tierra Amarilla, N. M., Fight of May (i, 1872 

Camp Hualpai, Ara., Fight 120 

miles from May 19, 1872 

Ft. Dodge, Fight near May 22, 1872 

Lost Valley, Tex., Fight in May 24, 1872 

Bill William's Mts., Ara., Fight of. .June 10, 1872 
Johnston's Station, Tex., Fight of. .June 15, 1872 
Whetstone Mountains, Ara., Fight of.July 13, 1872 
Chiiicahua Mountains, Ara., Fight of.Aug. 6, 1872 
Prj-or's Creek, Mon., Action near. ..Aug. 14, 1872 
Polo Dura River, N. M., Fight on . . Aug. 15, 1872 ! 
Yellowstone River, Mon., Fight on. Aug. 17, 1872 i 
Mouthof Powder R., Mon., Action of Aug. 18, 1872 
O' Fallon's Creek, Mon., Action of.Aug. 21-22, 1872 ! 
Davidson Canon, Ara., Fight of. . . . .Aug. 27, 1872 
Camp Hualpai, Ara., Action near. Sep. 24-25, 1872 
N. Forkof Red R., Tex., Combat of.. Sep. 29 1872 
Camp Crittenden, Ara., Fight near.. Sep. 30, 1872 
Squaw Peak, Verde Mts., Ara., [ 

Fight of. Sep. 30. 1872 I 

Heart River, Dak., Fight near Oct. 3-4, 1872 

Santa Maria River, Ara., Action on.. Oct. 25, 1872 

Bear Springs, Ara.. Fight near Nov. 25, 1872 

Lost River, Or., Fight on Nov. 29, 1872 I 

Camp McDowell, Ara., Fight near.. Nov. , 1872 I 

Red Rock Country, Ara., Fight in Dec. 7, 1872 | 

Tonto Creek, Ara., Fight on Dec. 11, 1872 1 

Mazatzal Mountains, Ara., Fight of.. Dec. 13. 1872 i 

Indian River, Ara., Fight on Dec. 14, 1872 

Lands Ranche, Tule Lake, Cal., 

Fightat Dec.21,1872| 

Salt River, Ara., Action near Dec. 28, 1872 

Baby Canon, Ara., Fight on Dec. 30, 1873 j 

Red Rock Country, Ara., Fight in. ..Jan. 2, 1873 ' 

Tule Lake, Cal., Fight on Jan. 12, 1873 

Gila River, Ara., Action near Tan. 16, 1873 

Tule Lake, Cal., Battle of Jan. 17, 1873 

East Fork of Verde River, Ara., 

Fight on Ian. 19, 1873 

Tonto Basin, Ara., Fight of Jan. 22, 1873 

Hell Canon, Ara., Fight on Feb. 6, 1873 

Fossill Creek, Ara.. Fight on Feb. 20, 1873 

Camp McDowell, Ara., Fight near..jMar. 19, 1873 

Verde River, Ara., Fight near Mar. 22, 1873 

Turret Mountains, Ara., Fight of. . .Mar. 26, 1873 
Erenmer's Kanche, Cal., Confer, at.. Apr. 11, 1873 

Lava Beds, Cal., Advance on Apr. 1.5-17, 1873 

Lava Beds, Cal., Assualt of. Apr. 26, 1873 

.Santa Maria River, Ara, Fight on. . . .May 6, 1873 
Tule Lake, Cal., Fight east side of. . .May 7, 1873 

Ft. A. Lincoln, Dak., Fightat May 7, 1873 

Soras Lake, Cal., Action of May 10, 1873 

lUitte Creek, Or., Fight near May 17, 1873 

Ft. Clark, Tex., Action near May 18, 1873 

San Carlos Agency, Ara., Fight at . .ISIay 27, 1873 

Lava Beds, Cal., Seizure of June 1, 1873 

Camp Apache, Ara., Fight near. . . .June 14, 1873 
Ft. A. Lincoln, Dak., Fight at. .June 1.5-17,1873 

Castle Dome Mts. Ara., Fight of. July 2, 1873 

Camp Date Creek, Ara., Fight near. July 12, 1873 
Canada Alamora, N. M., Fight near. July 13, 1K73 
Lipan Creek, Tex., Fight o:i. July 14, 1873 



Tongue River, Dak., Fight near Aug. 4, 1873 

Yellowstone River, Mon., Combat on. Aug. 11,1873 
Hardscrabble Creek, Ara., Fight on. Sep. 23, 1873 

Aucha Range, Ara., Fight of Sep. 29, 1873 

Sierra San Mateo, N. M., Fight of. . .Sep. , 1873 

Gaudaloupe Mts., Ara., Fightof. Oct. 1, 1873 

Central Station, Tex., Fight at Oct. 1, 1873 

Mescal Range, Ara., Fight of Oct. 23, 1873 

Matzatzal Range, Ara., Fight of Oct. 28, 1873 

Sun Flower Valley, Ara., Fight in... Oct. 29, 1873 

Sycamore Springs, Ara., Fightat Oct. 30, 1873 

Ehrenburg, Ara., Fight near Dec. , 1873 

Rio Verde, E. Fork Ara., Fight on.. .Dec. 6, 1873 
Neuces, W. Fork, Tex., Fight on. ... Dec. 9, 1873 
Kickapoo Springs, Tex., Fight near. Dec. 10, 1873 
Bad Rock Mountains, Ara., Fight of. Dec. 11, 1873 

Cave Creek, Ara., Fight on Dec. 23, 1873 

Deep Red Creek, L T., Fight on. . ..Dec. 27, 1873 
Sun Flower Valley, Ara., Fight near. Dec. 31, 1873 

Wild Rye Creek. Ara., Fight on Jan. 4, 1874 

Headof Cherry Creek, Ara., Fight at. Jan. 8, 1874 

Canon Creek, Ara., Fight on Jan. 10, 1874 

Camp San Carlos, Ara., Fight near.. Jan. , 1874 
Double Fork of Brazos, Tex., Fight on. Feb. 5, 1874 

Laramie Peak, Wy., Fight near Feb. 9, 1874 

Camp Pinal, Ara., Action near Mar. 8, 1874 

Pinal Mountains, Ara., Fight of Mar. 15, 1874 

Superstition Mts. Ara., Fight of. . .Mar. 25-26, 1874 

Pinal Creek, Ara., ."Actions on Apr. 2, 1874 

Gila River, Ara., Action near Apr. 3-14, 1874 

Arivaipa Mountains, Fight of ....Apr. 28-29, 1874 
Bill William's Mts. Ara., Fight of. . ..Apr. , 1874 

Tonto Creek, Ara., Fight on May 9, 1874 

Massissilla Mountains, Ara., Fight of May 17, 1874 
MassissillaMountams, Ara., Fight of.May 18, 1874 

Diamond Butte, Ara., Fight of May 20, 1874 

Sierra Ancha Mts. Ara., Fight of May 27, 1874 

Santa Teresa Mts. Ara., Fight of Tune 6, 1874 

Buffalo Creek, I. T., Fight on June 21, 1874 

BearCr. Redoubt, I. T., Fight near. .June 24. 1874 
Owl Mts. n. Wind R.. Wy., Fight of . .July 4, 1874 

Sweetwater, Wy., Fight near July 13, 1874 

Camp Verde, Ara., Fight near Aug. 10, 1874 

Jerked Beef Peak, Ara., Fight of.. .Aug. 21, 1874 
Wichita Agency, L T., Action of. Aug. 22-23, 1874 
Mulberry Creek, Tex., Action of. . . Aug. 30, 1874 

Red River, Tex., Fight on Aug. 30, 1874 

Washita River, 'Tex., Fight near.. Sep. 9-11, 1874 
Washita River, Tex., Action near. Sep. 11-12, 1874 

Staked Plains, Tex., Fight on Sep. 12, 1874 

Head Cave Creek, Ara., Fight at. . . . Sep. 17, 1874 

Tule Canon, Tex., Action near Sep. 26, 1874 

Palo Duro Caiion, Tex., Action on. .Sep. 28, 1874 
SaltFk. of Red Riv.,Tex., Action on. Oct. 9, 1874 

Washita River, Tex., Fight on Oct. 17, 1874 

LittleColorado River, Ara., Eight on.Oct. 23, 1874 

Cave Creek, Ara., Fight on..^ Oct. 24, 1874 

Elm Creek, Tex., Action on Oct. ,1874 

Canadian River, Tex., Fight near.. .Oct. , 1874 
Sunset Crossing of Little Colorado, 

Col., Fight on Nov. 1, 1874 

Laguna Curato, Tex., Action of Nov. 3, 1874 

McClellan's Creek, Tex., Fight on. . .Nov. 6, 1874 
McClellan's Creek, Tex., Fight near.Nov. 8, 1874 
Lake Creek Canon, Ara., Fight on. ..Nov. 24, 1874 

Tarvis Pass, Ara., Fight at Nov. 25, ])S74 

"Muster Creek, Tex., Fight near Nov. 28, 1874 

Caiion Creek, Ara., Fight on Dec. 1, 1874 

Gageby Creek, Kan., Fight on Dec. 2, 1874 

Little Colorado. Ara.. Fight on Dec. 5, 1874 

Muehaquay Valley, Tex., Fight in. . Dec. 8, 1874 

Hackberry Creek, Kan., Fight on.. Jan. .3-6, 1875 

Sunset Pass, Ara., Fight near Feb. 12, 187.5 

N. Fork of Canadian, 1. T., Action im. Apr. 6, 1875 



INDIAN WARS. 



INDIAN ENGAGEOTENTS SINCE 1866. 



Sappa Creek, Kan.. Action on Apr. 23, 187.5 

TontoBasin,Ara.,Fightsnear.June27-July 8, 187.5 

Little Popo.-jgie, Fight on July 1, 18~" 

Camp Lewis, Men., Fight near July 9, 18 

Smoky Hill Kivcr, Kan., Fight on. ..Oct. :37, 1875 
Pecos River, Tex., Fight near . . .Nov. 2, 1875 

Antelope Station, Neb.. Fight at Nov. 20, 18"" 

Fresh Fork of Brazos, Tex., Dec. 8, 18' 

Cimarron River. I. T., Fight on . . . .June 22, 18' 

Shevelin Fork, Ara., Fight near Feb. 1, 187G 

Powder River, Wy., Fight on Mar. 5, 187G 

Powder River, Wy., Combat on Mar. 17, 187(5 

San Jose Mountains. Ara., Fight of.. Apr. 10, 1K7() 

Grace Creek, Neb., Fight near Apr. 28, JK 

Tongue River, Mou., Fight on June 9, 18' 

Rosebud River, Mon., Battle on. .. June 17, 18 
Little Big Horn River, Mon., Mas- 
sacre on June 25, 18 

Little Big Horn River, Mon., Battle 

on June 25-26, 1876 

Tongue River, Mon., Fight near July 7, 1876 

Indian Creek, Wy.. Action on July 17, 1876 

Mouth of Powder River, Mon., Ac- 
tion ,it July 29, 1876 

Saragosa, Mex., Fightnear Aug. 1, 1876 

Red Rock Country, Ara., Fight in. .Aug. 15, 1876 
Yellowstone River, Mon., Fight on. .Aug. 23, 18' 

Slim Buttes, Dak., Action of. Sep. 9, 18' 

Slim Buttes, Dak., Combat of Sep. 9, 18' 

Slim Buttes, Dak., Action of Sep. 9- 10, IS' 

Slim Buttes, Dak., Combat near. . .Sep. 9-10, 18 
Florida Mountains, Tex., Fight of. .Sep. 15, IS' 

Camp Verde, Ara., Fight near Sep. 18, 1876 

Tonto Creek, Ara., Fight on Oct. 4, 1876 

Glendive Creek, Mon., Action near. .Oct. 10, 1876 
Head of Ruschaw Cr.,Wy., Fight. -it. .Oct. 14, 1876 

Clear Creek, Mon., Action on Oct. 15, 1876 

Cedar Creek, Mon., Combat on Oct. 21, 18' 



Shadan Creek, Neb., Fight on Oct. 23, 1876 

Camp Robinson, Neb., Combat near. Oct. 25, 1876 
Dry Fk. of PowderR., Mon. .Battle on. Nov. 25, 1867 



Powder River, Mon., Action near Jan. 3, 18'i 

Wolf Mountain, Mon., Combat of Jan. 8, 18J 

LerdendorfMountain, N. M., Fight of .Jan. 9. IS'i 

Elkhorn Creek. Wy., Fight on Jan. 12, 18J 

Tonto Basin Country, Ara.. Fight in. Jan. 14,181 
Tonto Basin Country, Ara., Fight in. Jan. 21. 181 
Boras Grandis Mountains, Fight of. .Jan. 28, 181 
Mazatsal Mountains, Ara., Fight of. Jan. .30, 181 

Dead Wood, Dak.. Fight near Feb. 23, 181 

Lake Ouemado, Tex., Fight on May 4, 181 

Muddy Creek, Mon., Battle of May 7, 181 

Rosebud, Mon., Fight near May 14, 181 

Head of White Bird Caiion, Ida., 

Action at June 17, 181 

Clear Water, Ida., Fight on July 1, 181 

Craig's Jvlountain, Ida., Action of July 3, 181 

South Fork of Clearwater, Ida., 

Battle of July ll-r, 181 

Belle Fourche, Dak., Fight near. . . . July 21, 181 

Big Hole Pass, Mon., Battle of Aug. 9, 181 

Big Hole Basin, Mon., Fight in. . . .Aug. 10, 181 
Camas Meadows, Ida., Action of.. ..Aug. 20, 181 
San Francisco Riv,N. M., Fight near. Sep. 8, 181 
San Francisco Riv, N. M., Fight near. Sep. 10, 181 
Yellowstone River, Mon.. Fight on. .Sep. 12, 181 

Canon Creek, Mon., Battle of Sep. 13, 181 

Cow Island, Mon., Fight of Sep. 23, 181 

Saragossa, Mex., Action of Sep. '29, 181 

E.agie Creek, Mon., Battle of. Sep. 30, 181 

Carmel Mountains, Mex., Action of.. Nov. 29, 181 
Carmel Mountains. Mex., Fight of. . Nov. 80, 181 

Ralston Flat.. N- -M., Fight of Dec. 13, 181 

Las Animas Mts., N. M., Fight of. ..Dec. 18, 181 



OFFICERS 



U. S. MILITABY ACADEMY 



1^" OfTicers whose names are marked with a * were not graduates of the Military Academy ; their 
Histories will be found sketched on the pages following this list of Officers. 

COMMAND AND MILiITAKY STAFF. 



APPOINTMENT AND NAME 



SUPERINTENDENTS. 



ARMV RANK WHEN APPOINTED. 



Thomas G. Pitcher Colonel 44th Infantry. 

Thomas H. Ruger Colonel 18th Infantry . 

John M. Schofield Major-General 



Edward C. Boynton. 

Robert H. Hall 

Frank Michler 



QUARTERM.A.STERS. 



William Sinclair. . . . 

Tully McCrea 

James M. Marshall. 
Crosby P. Miller.. . . 



TRE.-iSURERS. 

Henry M. Robert... 
Robert Catlin 

James M. Marshall. 

John Egan 

James M. Marshall. 
Samuel M. Mills. .. 



CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICERS 



John F. Head*....,... 
Thomas A. McParlin*. 

B. J. D. Irwin* 

Chas. P. Alexander*... 



ASSIST.\NT MEDICAL 
OFFICERS. 



Elias J. Marsh* Assistant Surgeon 



Henry McEldery*. 
Wm. H. H. Michler*.. 

A. W. Wiggin* 

V. B.Hubbard* 

J. A. Fitzgerald* 

A. C. Girard* 

Fred. C. Ainsworth*. . . 
Henry Lippincott*. . . . 
Samuel Q. Robinson*. . 



Capt. 11th Infantrj'... 
Capt. 10th Infantry... 
1st Lieut. 5th Cavalry. 



1st Lieut. 3d Artillery. 
Capt. 43d Infantry 
1st Lieut, 4th Artillery. 
1st Lieut. 4th Artillery. 



Capt. Engineers 

Capt. 43d Infantry 

1st Lieut. 4th Artillery. 
Capt. 4th Artillery. . . . 
1st Lieut. 4th Artillery. 
1st Lieut. 5th Artillery. 



TKRM OF SERVICE. 



Aug. 28, 1806 Sept. 1, 1871 
Sept. 1, 1871 Sept. 1, 187() 
Sept. 1, 187G 



Oct. 10, 1861 
Sept. 1, 1871 
July 1, 1878 



Surgeon . 
Surgeon . 
.Surgeon . 
Surgeon. 



.Assistant Surgeon. 
Assistant Surgeon. 

A. A. Surgeon 

Assistant Surgeon . 
Assistant Surgeon. 
Assistant Surgeon. 
A. A. Surgeon. . . . 
Assistant Surgeon. 
A. A. Surgeon . . . 



Sept. .30, 1865 
Sept. 30, 1868 
Aug. 28, 1872 
July 1, 1875 



Aug. 31, 1865 
Aug. 31, 1867 
Dec. 31, 1870 
Sept. 20, 1872 
Sept. 8, 1873 
June 28, 1875 



Sept. 1, 1871 Relieved. 
July 1, 1878 Relieved. 



Relieved. 
Relieved. 



Sept. .30, 1868 
Aug. 28, 1872 
July 1, 1875 



Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 



Aug. 31, 1867| Relieved. 
Dec. 31, 1870j Relieved. 
Sept. 20, 1872, Quartermaster. 
Sept. 8, 1873: Relieved. 
June 28, 1875 Quartermaster. 



Oct. IS, 186-1 
July 14, 1868 
Oct. 18, 1873 
Aug. 2!», 1878 



Dec. 22, 
June 18, 
Nov. 13, 
Aug. 13, 
Feb. .5, 
Feb. 24, 
May 19, 
Nov. 2, 
Oct. 6, 
Nov. 20, 



1865 
1866 
1867 
1868 



July 14, 18G8 
Oct. 18, 1873 
Aug. 2<), 1878 



Feb. ,5, 
Apl. 29, 
Aug. 4, 
Nov. 12, 
1869! Feb. 24, 
1872i.May 19, 



1874 
1874 
1876 
1876 



Oct. 14, 
July 22, 



1869 
1867 
1868! 
1869 
1872; 
18741 
1876' 
1875 



Sept. 1, 1877 



Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 



Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 

Relieved. 



10 



OFFICERS f)F THK 



i»E:PART]n]<:Nx of tactics. 




COMMANDANTS OFCADETS 

AND 
llNSTRUCTDKS OK TACTICS. 



Henry M. Black 
t^niory (Jptuii . . 
Thomas H. Neill 



ASSISTANT INSTRICIORS 
OK AKTI1.LEKV lACTICS. 



Alexander Piper 

Clinton B. Sears 

William E. Rogers 

Frederick A. Mahan. . . 

Paul Dahlgreen 

James H. Willard 

Arthur S. Hardy 

Chas. H. Rockwell 

Henry P. Perrine 

Winfield S. Chalpin.... 

William B. Homer 

Edward G. Stevens .... 

Edgar Z. Steever 

John A. McKinney .... 

John M. K. Davis 

Frank Baker 

James Allen 

John Egan 

William P. Duvall.. . 

William H. Coffin 

Joseph H. Dorst 

Samuel M. Mills 

Clarence A. Postley . . 

Frank Heath 

Daniel M. Taylor 

William P. Duvall 

H. L. Harris 

H. M. Andrews 

James L. Wilson 

Frank S. Rice 

Russell Thayer 

D. U. Johnson 

W. E. Birkhimer 

Geo. F. E. Harrison.... 

John P. Jefferson 

Elbert \Vheeler 

Eli D. Hoyle 

Clarence A. Postley ... 

H. L. Harris 

.Ale.\antler S. Bacon 

Charles H. Bonesteel.. . 

John Pitcher 

Alexander Piper 

Vinton A. Gi.ddard. .. 

Tasker H. Bliss 

Orin B. Mitcha'n 

William B. Gordon 

Monroe C. Thornington 

David Price 

Rollin A. Ives 

Frank E. Hobbs 

Douglas A. Howard .. 

John R. Tolten 

|AIillard F. Walt- 

John T. Honeycutt. . . . 



Major ~th Infantry 

Lieut.-Col. U. S. A... . 
Lieut. -Col. tith Cavlary. 



Capt. 3d Artillerj' 

1st Lieut. Engineers.... 
2d Lieut. Engineers.... 

2d Lieut. Engineers 

2d Lieut. 3d Artillery. . . 
Bvt. 2d Lieut. Engineers 
2d Lieut. 3d ArtiUery . . . 
2d Lieut. 5th Cavalry . . 
2d Lieut. (Jth Cavalry. . . 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 5th Cavalry. . . 
2d Lieut. 3d Cavalry .... 
2d Lieut. ■4th Cavalry . . . 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery... 
2d Lieut. 13th Infantry.. 
2d Lieut. 3d Cavalry .... 

Capt. 4th Artillery 

2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 4th Cavalry. . 
1st Lieut. 5th Artillery. 
2d Lieut. 3d Artillery... 
2d Lieut. 3d Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery.. 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. 

id Lieut. 1st ArtiUery. . 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery.. 
2d Lieut. 4th Artillery. 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillerv.. 
2d Lieut. 11th Infant'ry. 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery . 
2d Lieut, 3d Artillery. . 
id Lieut. 2d Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery.. 
2d Lieut. 2d Artillery. . 
2it Lieut. 3d Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery.. 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery.. 
2d Lieut. 21st Infantry. 
2d Lieut. i)th Infantry.. 

Major 4th Artdlery 

2d Lieut. 4lh Artillery 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 4th ArtiUery. 
2d Lieut. 4th Artillery. 
2d Lieut. 5th Infantry.. 
.•\dd.2d Lieut. 1st .Artillery 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery.. 
2d Lieut. 2d Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. Dth Infantry.. . 
2d Lieut. 1st Infantry. . . 
Add. 2d Lieut. 12th Inf.. 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery... 



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, 1807 Aug. 31. 
, 18U7 Aug. 31, 
, i8i)o Aug. 31, 
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, 18fi9 Aug. 28, 
, 18ti9 Aug. 28, 
, 1869 .-Vug. 28, 
, 1870 Aug. 30, 
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1, 



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1873 May 
, 1873; Sept. 
, 1873 1 Sept. 



, 1873 Sept 
, 1873 Nov 
, 1873 Nov. 0, 
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1873 Mathematics. 
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, 1874 Aug. 31, 
, 1874 Aug. 31, 
, 1874 Aug. 31, 
, 1874 Apl. 10, 
, 1874 Apl. 10, 
, 1875 Apl. 15, 
, 1875 Avig. 31, 
, 1875 Aug. 31, 
, 1875 Aug. 31, 
, 1875 Aug. 31, 
, 1875 Aug. 28, 
, 187() Aug. 10, 
, 1876 Aug. 30, 
, 1876 Aug. 30, 
. 1876 

, 1876 Mch. 2, 
, 1876 Mch. 30, 
. 1877 

, 1877 Aug. 29, 
, 1877 Aug. 29, 
, 1877 Aug. 29, 
, 1878 Apl. 9, 
, 1878 Aug. 28, 
, 1878 Aug. 28, 
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Relieved. 

Treasurer. 

Mathematics. 

Mathematics. 
]874jFrench. 
1874J Mathematics. 
18741 Mathematics. 
1874 Relieved. 
1874 Relieved. 
1874 Relieved. 
1874 Relieved. 

Chemistry, &ic. 

Philosophy. 

French. 

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Mathemat-ios. 

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Philosophy. 

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1878 

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French. 

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Law. 

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Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 



11 



DEPARTinENT OF TACTICS. 



APPOINTMKXT AND NAME. 



ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS 
OF INFANTRY TACTICS. 

John Egan 

Marcus A. Reno 

Jacob F. Kent 

JohnMcL Hildt 

John E. Hosmer 

Alexander S. Clarke. . . . 

Charles King 

William S. Starring 

James M. Marshall 

Joseph S. Conrad 

Robert H. Hall 

John Egan 

John F. Stretch 

Frank Baker 

Samuel M. Mills 

John M. K. Davis 

Sedgwick Pratt 

William P. Duvall 

Edwin S. Curtis 

Richard E. Thompson. . 

Sedgwick Pratt 

Alexander L. Morton. . . 

James Rockwell 

Otto L. Hein 

Ira McNutt 

Leverett H. Walker 

William H. Coffin 



.\SSIST.\NT INSTRLICTORS 
OF C.^V.\LRY T.\CTICS. 

Abraham K. Arnold . . . . 
Alexander S. Clarke. . . . 

Alfred E. Bates 

Charles King 

William L. Starring 

Samuel M. Mills 

William A. RafFerty 

Eugene B. Beaumont. .. 
Abram E. Wood 



TKK.M or SKHVIl'K. 



AKMY KANK WHK.\ Al'POI.NTKl). 1 



1st Lieut. PA Artillery.. . 

Capt. 1st Cavalry 

Capt. 3d Infantry 

Capt. 3d Infantry 

1st Lieut, lljth Infantry. 

Capt. U. S. A 

2d Lieut. 1st Artillery... 
1st Lieut. 7th Infantry.. 
1st Lieut. 22d Infantry. . 

Capt. 2d Infantry 

Capt. 10th Infantry 

Capt. 4th Artillery 

1st Lieut. 10th Infantry . 
2d Lieut. 13th Infantry.. 
1st Lieut. .5th Artillery. . 
1st Lieut. 1st Artillery. . 
1st Lieut. 3d Artillery. . . 
2d Lieut. .5th Artillery . . 
1st Lieut. 2d Artillery. . . 
2d Lieut. 6th Infantry. . 
1st Lieut. 3d Artillery. . . 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. . . 
2d Lieut. 1st Cavalry. . . . 
2d Lieut. 1st Cavalry... . 
2d Lieut. 3d Artillery . . . 
1st Lieut. 15th Infantry. 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery . . 



May 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
May 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Feb. 
July 
Sept. 
Jan. 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
June 
Sept. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 



1865 Feb. 6, 
1865 Oct. 2, 
1865lOct. 7, 
1865'Sept. 20, 
186'jljuly 27, 
1869July 1, 
1869, Oct. 24, 
1869 July 5, 
Feb. 2, 
Oct. 12, 
Sept. 1, 
Aug. 29, 
Aug. 30, 
Aug. 28, 
Sept. 2, 
Aug. .30, 
Dec. 30, 
July 5, 
Dec. 20, 
Oct. 8, 
Jan. 3, 



Capt. 5th Cavalry Aug. 23, 

1st Lieiit. 1st Cavalry Sept. 23, 



Capt. 2d Cavalry. 
1st Lieut. .5th Cav>ilry. 
1st Lieut. 2d Artillery.. 
1st Lieut. 5th Artillery. 

Capt. 6th Cavalry 

Capt. 4th Cavalry 

2d Lieut. 4th Cavalrj-. . 



Aug. 28 
Jan. 7. 
Oct. 24, 
Aug. 8, 
Sept. 1 
Mch. 1, 
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1871 
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1865 
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Sept. 7 1873 
Oct. 24, 1871 
July 5, 1872 
Sept. 6, 1876 
Nov. 20, 1874 

Aug. 28, 1878 



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Relieved. 

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Relieved. 

Relieved. 

See No. 13. 

Relieved. 

Tr. to No. 5. 

Ti. to No. 51. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Cavalry Tactics. 

Relieved. 

Drawing. 

Mathematies, 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Drawing. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 



Relieved. 

Infantry Tactics 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Treasurer. 

Relieved. 



Relieved. 



DEPARTMENT OF DRAWING. 



PROFESSORS. 

Robert W. Weir.... 
Charles W. Earned. 



PR1NCIP.\L ASSISTANT 
PROFESSORS. 

James McMillan 

Edward H. Totten 

129 Sedgwick Pratt 

1.30 Henry A. Reed........ 



ASSISTANT PROFESSORS. 

131 Joseph P. Farley... 

132 John S. Poland 

1.33 i Richard C. Churchill.... 

l:J4 iCharles W. Whipple. . . . 

135 Sedgwick Pratt 

136 Charles W. Lamed 

137 Thomas G. Townsend.. 



Teacher 

1st Lieut. 7th Cavalry . 



Capt. 2d Infantry' 

1st Lieut. 13th Infantry. 
1st Lieut. 3d Artillery. . 
1st Lieut. 2d Artillery.. 



Capt. Ordnance 

Capt. 2d Infantry 

1st Lieut. 4th Artillery 
2d Lieut. 3d Artillery. 
1st Lieut. 3d Artillery. 
2d Lieut. 7th Cavalry. 
2d Lieut. 6th Infantry. 



Aug. 


8, 


1846 


July 


25, 


1876 


[uly 


1, 


1866 


Aug. 


29, 


1870 


Aug. 


30, 


1874 


Aug. 


30, 


1876 


Tuly 


1, 


1866 


Oct. 


8, 


1867 


Aug. 


28, 


1869 


Aug. 


31, 


1871 


Aug. 


28 


1872 


Aug. 


W 


1874 


Aug. 


W 


1876 



July 25, 1876 



Retired. 



Aug. 29, 1870 Relieved. 
Aug. 30, 18741 Relieved. 
Aug. 30, 1876 Relieved. 



Oct. 8, 1867 Relieved 
Aug. 28, 1869 Relieved 
Aug. 31, 1871 [Relieved 
Aug. 28, 1872 Relieved 



Aug. 30, 1874 
July 25, 1876 



Prin. Asst. Prof. 
Professor. 



12 



OFFICERS OF THE 



DICPAltTMENT OF CIVIL AND RIIIilTART ENGINEERING. 



APPOtNTMRXT AyV XAXE. 



PROFESSORS. 

138 'Dennis H. Mahan. 
131) Junius B. Wheeler. 



PRI.S-CIPAL ASSISTANT 



PROFESSORS. 



140 Peter S. Michie 

141 Garrett J. Lydecker 

142 Alexander M. Miller. 

143 iClinton B. Sears. 



.4RMY RASK WIIK.V APPOINTED. 



2d Lieut. Engineers. 
Major Engineers 



.. Capt. Engineers. 
.. Capt. Engineers. 
..Capt. Engineers... 



TERM OF SERVICE. 



FKOX TO 



Jan. 
Sept 



REMARKS. 



I, ia32 Sept. 16, 1871 Drowned. 
16, 1871 



Apl. 23, 1867 
Feb. 1.5, 1871 



Feb. 14, 1871 Prof. Philosophy 
Aug. 1.5, 1872 Relieved. 



144 William H. Bixby 1st Lieut. Engineers Aug! 28, 187 



145 
14<! 
147 
148 
14!) 
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1.51 
1.52 
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157 



ASSISTANT PROFESSORS. 

Wm. H. H. Benyaurd. 

Amos Stickney 

Henry M. Adams 

Garrett I. Lydecker 

)avid W. Payne 

JohnC. Mallery 

Oswald H. Ernst 

Thomas H. Handbury.. 

Thomas N. Bailey 

John A. Lundeen 

William H. Bixby 

Wm. J. Rossell 

D. C. Kingman 



Capt. Engineers 

1st Lieut. Engineers... 
1st Lieut. Engineers... 

Capt. Engineers 

1st Lieut. Engineers... 
1st Lieut. Engineers... 

Capt. Engineers 

Capt. Engineers 

2d Lieut. Engineers 

2d Lieut. 4th Artillery. 

2d Lieut. Engineers 

2d Lieut. Engineers 

Lieut. Engineers 



Aug. 2!l, 1872 Aug. .30, 1876 Relieved. 



1st Lieut. Engineers Aug. »), 1876 Aug. 25, 1877 Geo. Hist. & Eth 



Aug. 
Nov. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



1866 'Aug. 28, 
1866, Aug. 31, 
1867; Aug. 28, 
1869 Feb. 1.5, 
186!) Oct. 1, 
1869 Aug. 30, 

1871 Sept. 2, 

1872 Aug. .30, 
1873'Sept. 1, 

1873 Sept. 1, 



Prof. 



1875 
1876 
1878 



Aug. 28, 



1869 Relieved. 
1867 Relieved. 
1869 Relieved. 

1871 Prin. AssI 
1869 Resigned. 
1874 Relieved. 

1872 Pract. Eng. 

1876 Relieved. 
1S73 Relieved. 
1S73 Relieved. 

1877 Prin. Asst. Pro, 



DEP.VUTIflENT OF PRACTICAL ENGINEERING. 



INSTRUCTORS. 



1.5H Henry M. Robert... 

Peter S. Michie 

Oswal.l H. Ernst.... 
Chas. W. Raymond. 



1.5!) 
ItM) 
lUl 



1B2 
111.3 
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165 

im 

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16H 
161> 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
17.5 
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17M 
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181) 
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iw; 
Ik:i 
mi 

1H.5 



A.SSI.STANT INSTRUCTORS. 

Clinton B. Sears 

Andrew H. Damrcll. . . . 

Kichanl P. Strong 

John E. Ildsmer 

Clintiin B. Sears... 

I-hnP.Slory 

John (.;. Mallerv ...'..'.'.[ 

r'rcdcrick A . Nlahan 

Edward H. Tntlcn 

Wni. B. Wftmorc . . 
K.lward S. Uddcn.. . .! ! 

Sedgwick I'r.itt 

Eric Bcr^lanil 

Srdtwick Pralt 

Willi.im H. Cuffin.... 

Seilgwii k I'r.itl 

Edward II. Tcittcn, .. 

Snlgwii :k Pratt 

Albert n. Payson 

Charles H. It..neslccl. 
Henry A. Krcd. . . ... . 

llrnrv S. I'alier. . . . 

Wm. M, Hl.„k 

( li..». W. kaymond... 
[Jamet L. Luiik 



Capt. Engineers. 
Capt. Engineers. 
Capt. Engineers. 
Capt. Engineers. 



1st Lieut. Engineers 

Capt. Engineers 

1st Lieut. 7th Infantry. . 

1st Lieut. Kith Infantry. 

Isl Lieut. Engineers 

1st Lieut. 12th Infantry. 

1st Lieut. Knjjincers 

2d Lieut. Engineers 

1st Lieut. 13th Infantry. 

2d Lieut, (ith Cavalry. .. 

2d Lieut. Engineers. 

1st Lieut. 3<l Artillery... 

1st Lieut. Engineers. .. 

1st Lieut. .3d Artillery... 

2d Lieut. r>th Artillery. . 
.list Lieut. 8il Artillery. .. 
.1st Lieut. 1st Artillery. 
.1st Lieut. 3d Artillery... 

.1st Lieut. Engineers 

.2d Lieut. 2Ist Infantry.. 

1st Lieut. 2<l Artillery.. . 

.1st Lieut. Engineers 

. 2tl Lieut. Engineers 

. Cniil. Engineers 

.3d Lieut. Engineers....'! 



Aug. .31, 1865 Aug. 31, 1867 Relieved. 
Aug. 31, 1867 Feb. 14, 1871 Prof. Philosophy 
Aug. 1, 1871 Aug. 28, 1878 Relieved. 
Aug. 28, 1878 



July 

Sept. 

Apl. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

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Aug. 

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Apl. 

Apl. 

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Sept. 

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July 

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July 



1867 Aug. 31, 

1867 Sept. 8, 

1868 Aug. 31. 
1869[Ju!y 27, 
1869, Feb. 1, 

1869 Oct. l!t, 
186!) Aug. a), 
1870; Aug. 28, IK, 

1870 June 28, 187 

1872 .Aug. 28, 187 
1872, Mar. 28, 187 
18731 Apl. 18, 

1873 May 17, 
1873 Aug. 28, 
1873|Sept. 1, 

1873 Aug. 2!), 1^,1 

1874 Aug. 80, 1874 

1871 Tune 21, 1876 

1875 Mar 7, 1877 
187<i Aug. ,30, 1876 



1876 Aug. ,30, 
1876 
1877: 

1877 Aug. 2.5, 
1878:Aug. 28, 

1878 Aug. 28, 



1867 Relieved. 
1868' Relieved. 

1868 Relieved. 
18(i!l Relieved. 
1870 Relieved. 

1870 Mathematics. 

1874 Relieved. 
1872 Relieved. 
1872 Drawing. 

1872 Relicveil. 

1873 Resigned. 
187.3 Relieved. 

1875 Relieved. 
1873 Drawing. 

1873 Relieved. 

1871 Drawing. 

1874 Relieved. 

1876 Drawing. 

1877 Relieved. 
1876, Relieved. 



1877 Relieved. 

1878 Instructor. 
18781 Relieved. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 



13 



DEPAKTMENT OF NATURAIi AND EXPERimElVTAIi PHIIiOSOPHY. 





APPOI.NTMKNT A.NI) NAMK. 


AUMV HANK WIIK.N APPOINTED. 


TKU.M or SKRVICK. 






FROM 


TO 




188 


PROFESSORS. 

Wm. H. C. B.irtlett 

Peter S. Michie 

PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT 
PROFESSOkS. 

Joseph C. Clarke 


2d Lieut. Engineers 


Apl. 20, 1836 
Feb. 14, 1871 

Aug. 29, 1863 
Feb. 21 , 1870 
Aug. 28, 1872 
Feb. 27, 1874 
July 1, 1875 
Aug. 31, 1875 
Jufy 1, 1878 

Aug. 31, 1865 
Aug. 31, 1866 
Aug. 31, 1867 
Aug. 31, 1868 
Aug. 28, 1869 
Aug. 29, 1870 
Aug. 31, 1871 
Aug. 28, 1872 
Feb. 18, 1874 
Mch. 21, 1874 
July 31, 1874 
July 3i, 1874 
Aug. 30, 1874 
July 1, 1875 
Aug. 31, 1875 
Aug. 10, 1876 
Sept. 15, 1876 
July 5,1877 
Sept. 22, 1877 
June 14, 1878 
July 5, 187'8 


Feb. 14, 1871 

Feb. 21, 1870 
July 31, 1872 
Feb. 27, 1874 
July 1, 1875 
Aug. .31, 1875 
July 1, 1878 

Aug. 81, 1867 
July 17, 1868 
Feb. 21, 1870 
Aug. 28, 1869 
Feb. 27, 1874 
Aug. 31, 1871 
Aug. 28, 1872 
Feb. 27, 1874 
Aug. 25, 1877 
Mch. 30, 1874 
Aug. 31, 1874 
Aug. 31, 1874 
Sept. 6, 1876 
Aug. 28, 1875 
Aug. 7, 1876 
/lug. 30, 1876 
May 2, 1878 
Aug. 25, 1877 

Aug. 28, 1878 


Retired. 


189 
190 


Capt. 4th Artillery 

1st Lieut. Engineers 


Relieved. 
Relieved. 


191 


Chas. W. Raymond 

DavidA.Lyle 

Samuel E. Tillman 

Charles W. Raymond... 
Clinton B. Sears 

ASSISTANT PROFESSORS. 

Erskine Gitting.s 

Milton B. Adams 

James Mercur 

Micah R. Brown 

Edgar W. Bass 

Wm.L. Marshall 

Ed«-ardS. Holden 




192 
193 
194 
195 

196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
■^03 


2d Lieut. 2d Artillery 

1st Lieut. Engineers 

Capt Engineers 

1st Lieut. Engineers 

1st Lieut. 3d Artillerj' 

1st l^ieut. Engineers 

1st Lieut. Engineers 

1st Lieut. Engineers 

Bvt. 2d Lieut. Engineers.. 
Bvt. 2d Lieut. Engineers. . 

2d Lieut. 4th .-Artillery 

2d LieuL, 2d Artillery' 

2d Lieut. 3d Cavalry 

Capt. Engineers 

2d Lieut. 1st Artillery 

2d Lieut. 1st Artillery 

2d Lieut. 3d Artillery 

1st Lieut. Ordnance 

1st Lieut. Engineers 

2d Lieut. 1st Artillery 

1st Lieut. Engineers 

2d Lieut. Engineers 

1st Lieut. 6th Cavalry. ... 

2d Lieut. 16th Infantry 

2d Lieut. Engineers 


Asst. Prof. 
Asst. Prof. 
Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Prin. Asst. Prof. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Pract. Eng. 

Prin. Asst. Prof. 


U04 
205 
206 

«)7 


Andrew H. Russell 

Thomas H. Handbury. 

Henry M. Andrews 

Frank S. Rice 


Ordnance. 
Engineernig. 
Relieved. 
Relieved. 


208 
209 


Wm. E. Birkhimer 

David A. Lyle 


Relieved. 
Relieved. 


210 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 


Samuel E. Tillman 

Ale.xander S. Bacon .... 

Edgar W. Bass 

Walter L. Fisk 

George S. Anderson 

George E. Bacon 

James L. Lusk 


Relieved. 
Relieved. 
Prof. Math. 
Relieved. 

Relieved. 



BEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY AND ETHICS. 



PROFESSORS. 

217 John W. French*. 

218 jjohn Forsyth*.... 



PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT 
PROFESSORS. 

219 i Alexander S. Webb ... 

220 .Charles C. Paisons 

2-21 !john P. Story 

222 John S. Poland 

223 James W. Reilly 

224 .Clinton B. Sears 

I ASSISTANT PROFESSORS 

225 I Robert Catlin 

226 John S. Poland 

227 I Robert Catlin 

2-38 Edward E.Wood 

229 William H. Coffin..... 

230 George F. E. Harrison. 
.231 lOrm B. Mitcham 



Aug. 16, 1856 
July 28, 1871 



July 8, 1871 



Died. 



Capt. 11th Infantry July 1, 1866 

Capt. 4th Artillery Aug. 31, 1868 

1st Lieut. 4th Artillery Jan. 7, 1871 

Capt. 6ih Infantry lAug. 31, 1871'Aug. 28, 1872. Relieved. 

1st Lieut. Ordnance lAug. 28, 1872|Aug. 30, 1874, Relieved. 

1st Lieut. Engineers Aug. 25, 1877 July 1, 1878 Relieved. 



Aug. 31, 1808 Relieved 
Dec. 30, 1870' Relieved. 
Aug. 31, 1871 i Mathematics 



2d Lieut. U. S. A lOct. 10, 1865 

Capt. 2d Infantry 'July 1, 1S66 

Capt. 43d Infantry |Ocl. 8,1867 

1st Lieut. 8th Cavalry. . . . jAug. 31, 1877 

2d Lieut. 5th Artillery Aug. 31, 1877 

2d Lieut. 2d Artillery [Aug. 31, 1877 

2d Lieut. 4th Artillery. . . . JAug. 28, 1878 



Aug. 31, 1867 1 Treasurer. 
Oct. 8, 1867|Drawing. 
Aug. 31, 1868 Treasurer. 



14 



OFP^ICERS OF THE 



DKPARTIWEIVT OF ITIATHEOTATICS. 



TKUM OF SKKVICK. 



NO. APrnlNTMKNT AMI NAMK. AlOIV HANK WIIKX Al'POIXTK 



I'KOFESSORS 



232 'Albert E. Church 

233 Edgar W. Bass.... 



1st Lieut. 3cl Artillery. 
1st Lieut. Engineers. . 



I'KINCIl'AL A.SSISTANT 
I'KOFESSORS. 

2;}4 Herbert A. Hascall Capt 

235 John P. .Story 

2;% John (;. I). Knight 



fime 1, lS.jr -Mch. 30, 1878 Died. 
A])!. 17', l.<rK 



.apt. oth Artillery Jn„e 18, 1K()3 Aug. 31, 1871 

1st Lieut. 4th Artillery.. . . Aug. 31, 1871 Aug. 30, 1874 
1st Lieut. Engineers ^ug. 30, 1874 



71 Relieved. 
Relieved. 



2:87 
238 
2.)il 
240 
241 
242 
24.3 
244 
24.5 

24;; 

247 
24K 
24!) 
250 
251 
2.52 
•2.Vi 



258 
259 
2(iO 
2()1 
2()2 
2(i.3 
2<>4 
2(>5 



I ASSISTA.NT PKOFESSOKS. 

George A. Kensel Capt. 5th Artillery 

Tully McCrea ! 1st Lieut. 1st Artilley. 

Edward R. Warner 1st Lieut. 3d Artillery. . 

•Samuel N. Benjamin .Capt. 2d Artillery 

James C. Post 1 1st Lieut. Engineers 

H iero B. Herr 2d Lieut. 1st Artillery . 

C. E. L. B. Davis 1st Lieut. Engineers 

Frank Soule 2d Lieut. Ordnance 

John P. Story list Lieut. 12th Infantry 

Albert H. I'ayson 2d Lieut. Engineers 

Robert Fletcher 2d Lieut. 1st Artillery. . 

John E. Greer I2d Lieut. Ordnance 

\Vm. F. Reynolds l2d Lieut. 1st Artillery. 

Philip M. Price ad Lieut. 2d Artillery. 



2d Lieut. 3d Artiller\' 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery. 
2d Lieut. Engineers. . . . 
2d Lieut. 3d Artillery. . 



Frank Heath 
William P. Duvall.... 

Henry L. Harris 

Edward L. Holden . . . 
Clarence A. Postley. . . 

Carl F. Palfrey 2d Lieut! Engineers. . . . 

Wallace Mott ,2d Lieut. 8th Infantry., 

1st Lieut. Engineers... 

1st Lieut. Engineers. . . 

2d Lieut. 13th Infantry. 

1st Lieut. Ordnance 

2d Lieut. Engineers. . . . 

2d Lieut. 3d Cavalry.. . 

1st Lieut. Engineers. . . 

1st Lieut, (ith Cavalry.. 

2d Lieut. 1st Artillery 



Eric Bergland 

Eric Bergland 

Frank Baker 

Stanhope E. Blunt 

Thomas N. Bailey.... 

Edgar Z. Steever 

Eric Bergland 

Charles C. Morrison.. 
John P. Honeycutt 



•Aug. 

■ Aug. 

■ Sept. 

■ Aug. 

■ 'Aug. 
. iAug. 
•Aug. 
■Aug. 
■Aug. 
-Aug. 

;Aug. 
:Aug. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Aug- 
Aug. 
I Aug. 
Oct. 
IAug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Mch. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 



18G5 Aug. 28, 
1865 June 23, 
18()5 July 17, 
18t)() July 17, 
18(i7Sept. 1, 
lS(i7iAug. 28, 
1808 June 30, 
IKOS Aug. 27, 
18t)9ijan. 7, 
186!)JAug. 28, 
1809 'Dec. 31, 
1870;Nov. 21, 
1871 Aug. 30, 

1871, Aug. 28, 

1871 Aug. 30, 
1872, 

1872, Aug. 30, 

1872 Nov. 9, 

1873 Aug. 28, 
1873 Aug. 28, 

1873 Aug. 28, 
1874' Apl. 3. 
1874'Sept.30, 

1874 Sept. IS, 
187ti 

187() 
187() 
1878 
1878 
1878 



1869 
]8b(i 
1808 
1868 
1871 
1809 
1870 
1869 
1871 
1872 
1870 
1873 
1S74 
1S72 
187'6 



Relieved. 
Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Resigned. 

Ethics. 

Relieved. 

Resigned. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 



1876 Relieved. 
1872 Pract. Eng. 
1878 Relieved. 
1878 Relieved. 
1S7S Relieved. 
1S74 Pract. Eng. 
1874 Prac, Eng. 
1876 Relieved. 



DBPARTITIKIVT OF 1.AW. 



367 
268 



rKoFi'.sS(u;s. 



As.-i B. Gardner.* Major, Judge Advocato. 

Guulo N. Lieber* Major, Judge Advocate. 



rKlNCII'AI. ASSI.STANT 
I'KOFKSSORS. 



July 29, 1874'Aiig. 28, 1878 



Aug. 28, 1878 



Rollin A. K 



2d Lieut. .5th Artillery ■. \ug. 30, 1876 



Relieved. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 



15 



DEPARTOTENT OF FRENCH. 



APPOINTMF.XT ANI> X4>fK. AHMV RANK WllK.N APHOIXTKD. 



PROFESSORS. 



Hyacinth R. Agnel* 5Jd Teacher. 

George L. Andrevv.s ' 



TKUM OF SKKVICK. 



PRINCIPAL ASSIST.ANT 
PROFESSORS. 



Malbone F. Watson Capt. 5th Artillery. 

George G. Grenough. ... 1st Lieut. U. S. A 



May 1(1, ]84« Fel, 
Feb. 2«, IHVl 



July 1, 1867' 



10, IHri Died. 



Feb. 21, 1870 Relieved. 
Feb. 21, ISrOJan. 17, 1873 Relieved. 

)i74 Thomas H. Barber 1st Lieut. 1st Artillery Jan. 17, 1873iAiig. 31, 187(i Relieved. 

275 Edward E. Wood ilst Lieut. 8th Cavalry lAug. 31, 1876| 



.ASSIST.^NT PROFESSORS. 

Malbone F. Watson ! 1st Lieut, 

James O'Hara !2d Lieut. 

George G. Grenough. . , . jlst Lieut 

Luigi Lomia !2d Lieut. 

Thomas H. Barber ''id Lieut. 

[amesO'Hara 1st Lieut 

Joseph H. WiUard Addl. 2d 

David M. Taylor 2d Lieut. 

Edward E. Wood l2d Lieut. 

Eric Bergland ilst Lieut, 

Frank H. Edmonds |2d Lieut. 

George F. E. Harrison. . 2d Lieut. 

George B. Davis ,2d Lieut. 

William H. Coffin 2d Lieut. 

Tasker H. Bliss 2d Lieut. 

Orin B. Mitcham I2d Lieut. 

John G. D. Knight j 1st Lieut. 

John R. Williams l2d Lieut. 



5th Artillerj-... 
3d Artillery. ... 

, 21st Infantry 

.3d Artillery 

1st Artillery . . . , 

, 3d Artillery 

Lieut. Engineers 
1st Artillery . . . . 
8th Cavalry 

Engineers 

Ist Infantry . . . 

2d Artillery 

5th Cavalry 

5th Artillery. . . . 

1st Artillery 

4th Artillery. . . . 

Engineers 

3d Artillery 



Dec. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Apl. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Oct. 



9, 1863 
31, 1867 
31, 1868 

1. 1868 
28, 1870 

5, 1872 

1, 1872, 
28, 1872 
11. 1872, 
30. 1873: 

11, 1873| 

6, 18751 

12, 1876' 
30, 1876 
14, 1876 
28, 1878 

13, 1878 

2, 1878 



July 1, 
Apl. 30, 
Feb. 21, 
Aug. 29, 
Jan. 17, 
Apl. 1, 
July 1,5, 
Jan. 19, 
Au.g. 31, 
Sept. 13, 
Feb. 2, 

Sept. 21, 
Oct. 2, 



1867 Prin. Asst Prof. 

1870 Spanish. 

1870 Prin. Asst. Prof. 

1870 Relieved. 

1873 Prin. Asst. Prof. 

1872 Spanish. 

1872 Relieved. 
1876 Relieved. 

1876 Prin. Asst. Prof. 

1873 Pract. Mil. Eng. 
1875 Relieved. 

I 
1870 Spanish. 
1878 Inf. Tactics. 



Oct. 5, 1878 Relieved. 



DEPARTMENT OF SPANISH. 



I PROFESSORS. I 

294 Patrice de Janon* i Sword Master . 



PRINCIPAL A.SSI.ST.W'T 
PROFESSORS. 

Edward G. Bush iCapt. 10th Infantiy 

James O'Hara 1st Lieut. 3d Artillery. . 

David S. Denison 2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. 

George B. Davis 2d Lieut. 5th Cavalry. 



July 1, 1857 



Jan. 21, 1865'july 17, 1868 Relieved. 
July 17, 1868] Aug. 28, 1872! Relieved. 
Aug. 28, 1872' Aug. 28, 1875 Relieved. 



Aug. 28, 1875 



ASSISTANT PROFESSORS. 

James O'Hara 

Luigi Lomia 

Henry Metcalfe 

David S. Denison 

George B. Davis 

Vinton A Goddard 

Orin B. Mitcham 



2d Lieut. 3d Artillery. . 
2d Lieut. 3d Artillery. 
2d Lieut. Ordnance. .. 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillery. 
2d Lieut. 5th Cavalry . 
2d Lieut. 4th Artillery. 
2d Lieut. 4th Artillery. 



Aug. 28, 1878 Relieved 



Aug. 31, 1867 July 17, 1868 Prin. Asst. Prof. 
Aug. 31, 1868 Aug. 29, 1870{ Relieved. 
Aug. 28, 1869'Oct. 18, 1869 Relieved. 
Oct. 18, 18691 Aug. 29, 1870; Relieved. 
Aug. 30, 1873|Aug. 28, 1875 Prin. Asst. Prof. 
I Aug. 30, 1876 Mar. 2, 1877 1 Died. 
iMar. 23, 1877ljune 29, 1878'French. 



16 



OFFICER? OF THE 



DEPARTOTENT OF CHEOTISTRY, MINERAIiOGY AND GEOIiOGY. 



306 



307 



ArPDINTMENT AND .NA.MK. ARMY RAXK WHEN APPOINTED. 



PROFESSORS. 

Henry L. Kendrick. 



PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT 
PROFESSORS. 



Capt. 2d Artillery ... 



TERM OF SERVICE. 



Mar. 3,185 



Lorenzo Lorain Capt. 3d Artillerj- 

308 IJohn Pitman 2d Lieut. Ordnance. . . 

•SOJt iDavid D. Johnson 2d Lieut. .5th Artillery 

310 .Samuel E. Tillman 1st Lieut. Engineers.. 

311 David D. Johnson '2d Lieut. 5th Artillery (Aug. 20, 1873 



312 

313 
314 
315 
31t) 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 



June 10, 1SG2 Aug. 30, 1S70 Relieved. 
Aug. 30, 1870 Aug. 2S, 1S72 Relieved. 
Aug. 28, 1872 Sept. 19, 1S72 Asst. Prof. 
Sept. 19, 1872 Aug. 20, 1873 Relieved. 



ASSISTANT PROFESSORS. 



Frank B. Hamilton 2d Lieut. 3d Artillery.. 

George W. McKee 1st Lieut. Ordnance 

Peter S. Michie Capt. Engineers 

Charles Shaler |2d Lieut. Ordnance 

John Pitman j2d Lieut. Ordnance 

Samuel E. PiUman 2d Lieut. 4th Artillery. 



James W. Reilly. 

i )avid D. Johnson 

Walter S.AVyatt 

Andrew H. Russell 

George E. Davis 

John P. Wisser 



1st Lieut. Ordnance. 
2d Lieut. 5th Artillerj'. 
2d Lieut. 9th Infantry., 
2d Lieut. 3d Cavalry. . . 
2d Lieut. 5th Cavalry. . 
2d Lieut. 1st Artillery. . 



Oct. 30, 
Nov. (i, 
Nov. 2, 
Aug. 31, 
June 30, 
Aug. 29, 
Sept. 10, 
Sept. 19, 
Aug. 28, 
Jan. 19, 
Jan. 10,' 
Aug. 28, 



1803 July 17, 
1800 July 31, 

1807 Feb. 28, 

1808 June 30, 
1870. Aug. 30, 
1870, Sept. 19, 
1871 1 Jan. 15, 
1872: Aug. 30, 
1873lAug. 28, 
1870iAug. 31, 
1877'jan. 12, 
18781 

I 



1808 
1807 
1809, 
187()| 
1870! 
18721 
18721 
18731 
1878 
1870' 
1878' 



Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Engineering. 

Relieved. 

Prin. Asst. Prof. 

Prin. Asst. Prof. 

Ord. and Gun. 

Prin. Asst. Prof. 

Relieved. 

Philosophy. 

Spanish. 



UEPARTMEIVT OF ORDNANCE AND GUNNERY. 



3W 
.325 
326 
327 
328 
329 



330 
331 
332 
:W3 

3:m 

;«5 
336 
337 

.•tw 

.•W9 
310 
.•Ml 
;J42 

■.u:i 
:«4 
.3-15 

;M6 

347 
348 



INSTRUCTORS. 

Alfred Mordecai Capt. Ordnance 

Theo. Edson Maj. Ordnan. 

Thom.is C. Bradford Capt. Ordnance 

Stephen C. Lyford Capt. Ordnance 

John R. McGinness Capt. Ordnance 

Alfred Mordecai Capt. Ordnance 



ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS. 

George W. McKee 

Edward Maguire 

I'rank Sould 

James W. Reilly 

Wm. C. Fitzsiuimons.. . 

James \V. Reilly 

James W. Reilly 

James W. Reilly 

Jnhn E. Greer 

John Pitman 

Win. R. Wetmore 

Frank Baker 

James W. Reilly 

lohn K. Greer 

John E. Greer 

Charles Shaler 

Andrew H. Russell 

James Rockwell 

S. E. Blunt 



1st Lieut, 
2d Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 
1st Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 
1st Lieut. 
1st Lieut, 
1st Lieut, 
2d Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 
1st Lieut, 
2d Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 
2d Lieut. 
1st Lieut. 
1st Lieut. 
1st Lieut. 



Ordnance 

Engineers.. . . 

Ordnance 

Ordnance. . . . 
4th Artillery. 
( )rdiiance. . . . 

Ortluance 

Ordnance.. . . , 
Ordnance. ... 
Ordnance. ... 
6th Cavalry. 
13th Infantry. 

Ordnance 

Ordnance 

Ordnance 

Ordnance 

Ordnance 

t)rdnance .... 
Ordnance 



July 12, 1865 Aug. 2, 1S69 Relieved. 
Aug. 2, 1809 Nov. 17, 1870 Died. 
Jan. 1, 1871 Jan. 12, 1872 Died. 
Jan. 30, 1S72 June 28, 1872 Relieved. 
July 25, 1872 Aug. 30, 1874 Relieved. 
Aug. 30, 1874 I 



Nov. (i, 
jjuly 5, 
'Dec. 14, 

[uly 6, 
'July 0, 
IJune;;(), 
jJuly 8, 

Sept. 10, 

Jan. 15, 
Ijan. 15, 

IJ"iy 5, 

;Aug. 3, 
May 19, 
Aug. 28, 
Oct. 30, 
Aug. 30, 
Aug. 25, 
Aug. 28, 
Aug. 30, 



1866ijuly 
1867|Aug. 
1867' Aug. 
1869! Aug. 
1809, Aug. 
1870 : I uly 
1871 Aug. 

1871 Aug. 

1872 Fel). 
1872 Feb. 

1872 July 
)872;Aug. 
1873. May 

1873 Oct. 

1873 Nov. 

1874 Aug. 
1877; Aug. 
1878 
1878 



1807 
1807 
1809 
1809 
1809 
1870 
1871 
1872; 
1872 
1872 
1872, 
1872 
1873 
1873 
1873 
1877 
1878 



Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Resigned. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 

Ethics. 

Mathematics. 

Chemistry, ^c. 

Pract. Eng. 

Relieved. 

Ethics and Law. 

Mathematics. 

Mathematics. 

Relieved. 

Relieved. 



SERYICES AND PROMOTIONS 

OF THE 

GRADUATES 

t)F THE 

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY, 

Continued to January 1, 1879. 



^S^" Up to No. 180, the Graduates are arranged in the order uf dates of First Commissions, 
no Class Rank having been established prior to 1818. 

NuMBEK. 1802-3. Class Rank. 



graduates of 1802. 

1. . . .(Born Mas.) JOSEPH G. SWIFT (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 1, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 23, 1865, at Geneva, N. Y. ; AcxED 82. 



2. . . .(Born Md.) SIMON M. LEVY (Ap'd Md.) 

For previous history, see No. 2, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1807, in Georgia. 



GRADUATES OF 1803. 

3. . . .(Born Va.) WALKER K. ARMISTEAD (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 3, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 13, 1845, at Uppekville, Va. 



4. . . . (Born Mas.) HENRY B. JACKSON (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 4, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 



Died, 18 



5. . . (Born N. Y.) JOHN LIVINGSTON. (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 5, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 



Died, 18—. 



18 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1804-6. Class Bank, 



GRADUATES OF 1804. 

6. . . . (Born Mas.) SAMUEL GATES (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previoiis history, see No. 6, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, 1817, in England. 



7. . . .(Bom Vt.) HANNIBAL M. ALLEN (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 7. Vol, I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 11, 1813, at Norfolk, Va. 



GRADUATES OF 1805. 

8. . . .(Born N. Y.) GEORGE BOMPORD (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 8, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mak. 25, 1848, at Boston, Mas. : Aged 68. 

9. . . .(Born N. C.) WILLIAM McREE (Ap'd N. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 9, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, May 15, 1833, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 45. 

10. . . . (Born Ct.) JOSEPH G. TOTTEN (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 10, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 22, 1864, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 75. 



GRADUATES OF 1806. 

11. . . . (Born Mas.) WILLIAM GATES (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 11, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 7, 1868, at New Yoek City : Aged 80. 



12. . . , (Born Mas.) JULIUS P. HEILEMAN (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 12, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 27, 1836, at Fort Drane, Fla. 



13 . . . (Born Mo). . . PASCAL VINCENT BOUIS (Ap'd Mo.) 

For previous history, see No. 13, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1811, near Point Coup6, La. : Aged 27. 



14. . . .(Born Mo.) AUGUSTS CHOUTEAU (Ap'd Mo.) 

For previous history, see No. 14, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 25, 1838, at the Saline, near Fort Gibson, I. T. : Aged 56. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 19 



NuMBEE. 1806. Class Rank. 

15 (Born Vt.) ALDEN PARTRIDGE (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 15, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 17, 1854, at NoE\^^cH, Vt. : Aged 69. 



16. . . .(Bom Mo.) CHARLES GRATIOT (Ap'd Mo.) 

For previous history, see No. 16, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 18, 1855, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 67. 



17. . . .(Born Mas.) ELEAZER D. 'WOOD (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 17, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 17, 1814, in the Soetie from Ft. Ekie, U. C. : Aged 31. 



18. . . (Born Vt.) WILLIAM PARTRIDGE (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 18, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sept. 20, 1812, at Detroit, Mich. : Aged 24. 



19. . . . (Born Ct.) PRENTISS WILLARD (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 19, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 12, 1813, at Beaueoet, S. C. : Aged 23. 



20. . . .(Bom Mo.) JOSEPH PROVEAUX (Ap'd S. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 20, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 10, 1813, at , Aged 30. 



21. . . .(Born N. J.) THOMAS BENNETT (Ap'd N. J.) 

For previous history, see No. 21, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 26, 1818, at Foet Constitution, N. H. : Aged 30. 



22. . . .(Bom Vt.) ETHAN A. ALLEN (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 22, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Dled, Jan. 6. 1855, in Noefolk Co., Va. : Aged 66. 



23 (Bom Pa.) ROBERT LUCAS (Ap'd Pa.) 

For previous history, see No. 23, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. — , 1814, at French Mills, N. Y. : Aged 26. 



24. . . . (Bom Eng) JOHN D. "WYNDHAM (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 24, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1813, at : Aged 30. 



25 (Born Mo. ) LOUIS LORAMIER (Ap'd Mo.) 

For previous history, see No. 25, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1831, at Cape Gibardeau, Mo. 



20 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1807-8. Class Eank. 

GRADUATES OF 1807. 

26. . . . (Bom N. J.) JUSTUS POST (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 26, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 14, 1846, at Caledonia, III. : Aged 65. 



27. . . . (Born Vt.) SATERLEE CLARK (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 27, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1848, at Washington City. 



28. . . . (Born Vt.) JOHN ANDERSON (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 28, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 14, 1834, at Detroit, Mich. : Aged 54. 



29. . . .(Born Ct.) SAMXJEL CHAMPLIN (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 29, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 10, 1863, at Chaeleston, S. C. : Aged 80. 

30. . . (Born Eng.) SAMUEL NOAH (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 30, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 10, 1871, at Mount Pulaski, III. : Aged 92. 



GRADUATES OF 1808. 

31. . . . (Born Vt.) DANIEL A. A. BUCK (Ap'd Vt.) 

For i)revious history, see No. 31, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 24, 1841, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 53. 



32. . . .(Born Mas.) SAMUEL BABCOCK (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 32, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 26, 1831. at Philadelphia, Pa. : Aged 46. 



33. . . . (Born Mas.) SYLVANUS THAYER (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 33, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 7, 1872, at South Bhainteee, Mas. : Aged 87. 



34. . . .(Born N. Y.). .. SAMUEL B. RATHBONE (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 34, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 8, 1812, at Fort Niagara, N. Y., of wounds received in the 
Attack on Queenstown Heights, U. C. 

35. . . . (Born Mo.) LOUIS VALLE (Ap'd Mo.) 

For previous history, see No. 35, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sei>t. 23, 1833, at St. Genevieve, Mo.: Aged 43. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 21 

NuMBEB. 1808. Class Eakk. 

36. . . .(Born Vt.) HEMAN A. FAY (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previoiis history, see No. 36, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 20, 1865, at Bennington, Vt. : Aged 87. 



37. . . . (Born Vt.) OLIVER G. BURTON (ApVl Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 37, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 22, 1821, at Matanzas, W. I. 



38. . . . (Born Ct.) MINOR HUNTINGDON (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 38, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 18 — , in Connecticut. 



39. . . . (Born Vt.) MILO MASON (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 39, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb 4, 1837, at Washington, D. C. 



40. . . . (Born N. H.) . . . .GEORGE P. PETERS (Ap'd N. H.) 

For previous history, see No. 40, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 28, 1819, at Foet Gadsden, Fla. 

41. . . (Born Md.) JAMES GIBSON (Ap'd Del.) 

For previous history, see No. 41, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 17, 1814, in the Sortie feom Fort Erie, U. C. : Aged 33. 



42. . . . (Born Mas.) SAMUEL NEWMAN (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 42, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. , 



43. . . . (Born N. H. ) ALPHEUS ROBERTS (Ap'd N. H. ) 

For previous history, see No. 43, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 27, 1809 at New Orleans, La. : Aged 23. 



44. . . .(Born Vt.) LUTHER LEONARD (Ap'd Vt,) 

For jirevious history, see No. 44, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 11, 1865, at Somer\tlle, Mas. : Aged 78. 



45. . . . (Born Vt.) SAMUEL H. HOLLEY (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 45, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Mar. 21, 1858, at Whitehall, N. Y. : Aged 76< 



22 GRADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEB. 1809-11. Class Rank. 

GRADUATES OF 180i>. 

46. .(Born N. Y.). .CHRISTOPHER VAN De VENTER. . (Ap'd N. Y.) 
For previous history, see No. 46, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apk. 22, 1838, at Geoegetown, D. C. : Aged 49. 



47. . . .(Born N. Y.). . . .SOLOMON G. CONKLING (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 47, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. t), 1810, at Foet McHenry, Md. : Aged 22. 

48. . . . (Born Mas.) . . . AUGUSTUS W. MAGEE. (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 48, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 10, 1813, at Foet Bahia, Tex. : Aged 24. 



49. . . . (Born N. Y.) MILTON HAXTUN (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 49, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 29, 1809, at Carlisle, Pa. : Aged 19. 



50. . . . (Born Vt.) ANSON HALL (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 50, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 18—. 



51. . . .(Born N. Y.) ABRAHAM L. SANDS (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 51, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 25, 1840, at New Yoek City. : Aged 58. 



52, . . (Born S. C.) THEODORE RANDELL (Ap'd S. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 52, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oc:t. 20, 1851: in Chester District, S. C. : Aged 60. 



GRADUATES OF 1811. 

63. . . (Born Pa.) . ALEXANDER J. WILLIAMS (Ap'd Pa.) 

For previous history, see No. 53, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Aug. 15, 1814, in Defense of Fort Erie, U. C. : Aged 24. 

54 . . (Born Mo.) MARIE V. BOISAUBIN (Ap'd N. J.) 

For previo\is history, see No. 54, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Attg. 10, 1813, at Fort George, U. C. 

55 . . .(Born Ct.) ADAM LARRABEE (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 55, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. -Farmer, Windham, Ct., 1853-69. 

DiKD, Oct. 25, 1869, at Windham, Ct. : Aged 83. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 23 

NuMBEB. 1811. Class Rank. 

56. . . .(Bom Me.) HENRY A. HOBAUT (Ap'cl Me.) 

For previous history, see No. 56, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, IVIay 27, 1813, m the Captttbe or Fokt George, U. C. : Aged 22. 

57. . . . (Born N. Y.) THOMAS KETCHUM (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 57, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1836, at New York City, : Aged 49. 

58. . . .(Bom Vt.) JAMES D. COBB (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 58, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

Died, 18—. 



59 . . .(Born Pa.) ARMSTRONG IRVINE (Ap'd Pa.) 

For previous historj', see No. 59, Vol. I of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 15, 1817, at Fort Warren (now Fort Winthkop), Mas. 

60. . . .(Born D. C.) THOMAS J. BEALL (Ap'd Md.) 

For previous historj', see No. 60, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 26, 1832, at Fokt Armstrong, III. : Aged 40. 

61. . . .(Bom N. Y.) JAMES DALLIBA (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 61, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1833, at , : Aged 47. 

62. . . .(Born Vt.) GUSTAVUS LOOMIS (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 62, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mar. 5, 1872, at Stratford, Ct. : Aged 83. 

63. . . . (Bom Mas.) EZRA SMITH (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 63, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Washington Co., N. Y., 1852-57. Postmaster, 
Cambridge, N. Y., 1866-67. 

Died, Dec. 17, 1867, at Cambridge, N. Y. : Aged 84. 



64. . . . (Born Mas.) RICHARD H. ASHLEY (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 64, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 16, 1856, at Canaan Four Corners, N. Y. 



65. : . (Born D. C). . ..HIPPOUTE H. VILLARD (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history; see No. 65, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates, 

Died, 18—. 



24 (iKADUATES OF TJrE 



NuMBBB. 1811-12. Class Eank. 



66 (Bom N. H.) JOHN BLISS (Apd N. H.) 

For previous history, see No. (ifi, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 182'2, .\t Blakely, Ala. : Aged 3fi. 



67 (Boru N. Y.) . HENRY A. BURCHSTEAD (Ap'd N.Y.) 

For previoTis history, see No. (17, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Kn.LED, Nm-. 30. 1813, by Creek Indians, on the Alabama Ri^ver. 



68. . . . (Born Ct.) ORMOND MARSH (Ap"d Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 68, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 18, 1854, .vr Litchfield, Conn. : Aged fi6. 



69, . . (Born N. Y.) GEORGE RONAN (Ap"d N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. (59, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Atki. 15, 1812, in the Combat near Fort Chicago, III. : Aged 28. 



70. . . .(Born Md.) BENJAMIN FIELD (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 70, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



71. . . . (Bom Md.) JOHN J. ABERT (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 71, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 27, 18fi3, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 78. 



GRADUATES OF 1812. 

72. . . (Born Ct.) JOSEPH M. WILCOX (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 72, Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Jan. 15, 1814, by Creek Indians on the Alabama Rtver: Aged 23.;'' 



73. . (liorn Mo.) AUGUSTUS CON ANT (Ap'd Vt.) 

For jn-cvions hist.n-y, see No. 73, Vol. I. of Register of (Graduates. 
Died, 18—. 

74 . . (Born Vt.) LONDUS L. BUCK (Ap'd Vt,) 

For previous history, see No. 74, Vol. I, of Register of Gmduates. 
Died, 1817, at Governor's Island, New York Harbor. 



75. . . (Born N. V.).. ALEXANDER R. THOMPSON (Ap'd N. Y,) 

For previous history, sec No. 7.'"), Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 25, 1H37, in the Hattle oe Okee-cho-bee, Fla. : Aged 44. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 25 

Number. 1812. Class Bank. 

76. . . .(Born N. Y.). .JOHN R. BELL (AiVd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 70, Vol. I, of llegister of (Tradufites. 
Died, April 11, 1825. 



77. . . .(Born Ct.) FRANCIS B. MURDOCK (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previoTis historj-, see No. 77, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Post-Office Clerk, Brooklyn, Ct., 1817-66. 
Died, Sept. 2, 1866, at Brooklyn, Ct. : Aged 80. 

78 (Born Mas.). . . . GEORGE TBMPLEMAN (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 78, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 1852, at Georgetown, D. C. 

79. . . (Born Va.) THOMAS B. RANDOLPH (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 71), Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Planter, near Wentzville, St. Charles County, Mo., 1859-65. 
Died, Nov. 12, 1867, near Cascade, Dubuque County, Io. : Aged 75. 

80. . . (Born Me.) WILLIAM F. HOBART (Ap'd Me.) 

For previous history, see No. 80, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1825, at New York City. 

81. . . .(Born, S. C.) "WILLIAM SUMTER (Ap'd S. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 81, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1826, in South Carolina. 

82. . . .(Born Vt.). GEORGE W. HIGHT (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 82, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, April 20, 1845, at Burlington, Io. : Aged 58. 

83. . . .(Born N. Y.). JOHN S. BRUSH (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous History, see No. 83, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

84 . , (Born N. Y.) , NATHANIEL W. OSGOOD (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 84, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 30, 1812, at Pass Christlin, La. ; Aged, 22. 

85. . . .(Born N. Y.) GEORGE MORLEY (Ap'd N. Y>) 

For previous history, see No. 85, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 1813, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 27. 



26 GRADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEK. 1812-14. Class Eank. 

86. . . .(Born Mas.). ALEXANDER C. W. FANNING (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 86, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 18, 1846, at Cincinnati, Ohio. 

87. . . .(Bom Pa.) WILLIAM CUTBUSH (Ap'd Pa.) 

For previous history, see No. 87, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. 15, 1855, at Fort Schuylek, N. Y. : Aged 69. 

88. . . . (Born N. J.) WILLIAM W. SMITH (Ap'd N. J.) 

For previous history, see No. 88, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

MoETALLY Wounded in the Battle of Cheystleb's Field, U. C, and 
Died, Dec. 3, 1813, at Fokt Pkescott, U. C. 



89. . . .(Born W. I.) RENE E. De RUSSY (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 89, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 23, 1865, at San Fkancisco, Cal. : Aged 75. 



GRADUATES OF 1813. 

90. . . .(Born S. C.) GEORGE TRESCOT (Ap'd S. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 90, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 12, 1827, at Pine Ridge, St. John's Parish, S. C. 



GRADUATES OF 1814. 

91. . ..(Born D. C). . ..GEORGE W. GARDINER (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 91, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, at Dade's Massacre, Fla. 



92. . . (Born N. Y.). ..CHARLES S. MERCHANT (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 92, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History.— Served on Court Martial duty, 1866-69. 
Retired from Active Service, Aug. 1, 1863. 



93. . . .(Bom Mas.). . . .NATHANIEL G. DANA (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 93, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 4, 1833, at Fort McHeney, Md. 



94. , , . (Born Scotland) JOHN MUNROE (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 94, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
DraD, Apr. 26, 1861, at New Brunswick, N. J. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 27 

Ntjmbee. 1814. Class Rank. 

95. . . (Born N. Y.) JOHN S. ALLANSON (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 95, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



96. . . . (Born N. Y.) LEWIS G. De RUSSY (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 96, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 17, 1864, at Gkand Ecoee, La. : Aged 68. 



97. . . . (Born Mas.) THOMAS CHILDS (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 97, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 8, 1853, at Foet Beooke, Fla. 



98. . . (Born N. Y.) STEPHEN BIRDSALL (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 98, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mae., 1857, at Raleigh, N. C. : Aged 62. 



99. . . .(Born Vt.) JOHN WRIGHT (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 99, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 10, 1860, at Noewich, Vt. : Aged 63. 



100. . . .(Born Md.) EDMUND BROOKE (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 100, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1855. 

101. . . .(Born N. Y.) JOHN ARMSTRONG (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 101, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Juke 16, 1852, at Rhinebeck, N. Y. : Aged 62. 



102. . . .(Bom Ct.) JAMES W. RIPLEY (Ap'd Ct.) 

For previous history, see No. 102, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Inspector of Armaments of Fortifications 
on the New England Coast, Sept. 14, 1863, to Jan. 22, 1869. 

Died, Mae. 15, 1870, at Haetfoed, Ct. : Aged 76. 



103. . . .(Bom N. C.) DANIEL TURNER (Ap'd N. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 103, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, July 21, 1860, at Maee Island, Cal. : Aged 64. 



104. . . . (Born Pa.) ISAAC E. CRAIG (Ap'd Pa.) 

For previous history, see No. 104, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 26, 1819, at the Bay of St. Louis, La. 



28 GRADUATES OF THE 

Number. 1814. Class Bank. 

105. . . (Born D. C.) .CHARLES M. THURSTON (Apd D. C;) 

For i)revio>is history, see No. 105, Vol. I, of Ilegister of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Farmer, Ciuuberland, Md., 1862-73. 

Died, Feb. 18, 1873, at Cumberland, Md. : Aged 75. 



106. . . . (Born Va.) HENRY W. FITZHUGH (Apd D. C.) 

For previous history', see No. 106, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, on the Eapimhannock River, Va., 1842-76. 
Died, June 10, 1876, at Woodville, Rappahannock Co., Va. : Aged 79. 

107. . (Born N. H.) JACKMAN J. DAVIS (Ap'd N. H.) 

For previous history, see No. 107, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, Feb. 20, 1828, at St. Augustine, Fla. 

108. . . (Born D. C.) . .THOMAS T. STEPHENSON (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 108, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, August 4, 1819. 

109. . . (Born N. Y.). . . .EVANS HUMPHREY (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 109, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 1, 1825. 

110. . . .(Born Mas.)... STEPHEN W. WETMORE (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 110, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

. Died, 1818, in South America. 

Ill .... (Born Mas. ) WILLIAM WELLS (Ap'd Mas. ) 

For previous history, see No. Ill, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 1851, at New Orleans, La. 

112 (Born Va.) WILLIAM L. BOOTH (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 112, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. Farmer, Meade County, Ky.. 1822-68. 

Died, Oct. 20, 1868, at Big Bend, Meade County, Ky. 

113. (Born Inland.), .THOMAS J. BAIRD (Ap'd Pa.) 

For i)rcvious history, see No. 113, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 5, 1842, .\t Thiladelphia. Pa. 

114 .. . (Born Vt.) JABEZ PARKHURST (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 114, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 6, 1821, at Royalton, Vt. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 29 

Number. 1814-15. Class Rank. 

115. . . .(Bom N. Y.) ROBERT L. ARMSTRONG (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 115, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 10, 1834, at Phil.\delphia, Pa. 

116. . . (Born Pa.) JAMES P. BADOLLET (Apd lud.) 

For previous history, see No. 116, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, near Vincennes, Ind., 1818-78. 

Died, M.\y 8. 1878, at Vincenxes. Ind. : Aged 81. 



117. . . .(Born Mas.). . .GEORGE "W. GARDNER (Apd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 117, A^ol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



118. . . (Bom Md.). . BRADLEY S. A. LOTATE (Apd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 118, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug., 1857, at Mouxt Hope Hospital, Baltimore, Md. . 



119. (Born N. Y.) THOMAS R. BROOM (Apd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 119, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died. 1828. 



120. . . (Born Pa.) HILARY BRUNOT (Ap'dPa.) 

For previous history, see No. 120, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 26, 1872, at Pittsburgh, Pa. : Aged 77. 



G R A D IT A T E S F 18 15. 

121 .... (Bom S. C. ) HENRY MIDDLETON (Apd S. C. ) 

For previous history, see No. 121, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mae. 15, 1876, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 79. 



122. . . . (Bom N. Y.) 'WILLIAM F. RIGAL (Apd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 122, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



123 (Bom N. Y.) JAMES SIMONSON (Apd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 123, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 7. 1839, in Cuba, W. I. 



124. . . . (Born Mas.) JOHN HILLS (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 124, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 25, 1835, at Apal.4.chicola Arsenal, Fla. 



30 GRADUATES OF THE 



NcMBEB. 1815. Class Rank. 



125. . . .(Born Mas.) SIMON ^WILLARD (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 125, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Importer and Dealer in Chronometers and Watches, 
Boston, Mas., 1825-70. 

Died, Aug. 24, 1874, at Boston, Mas. : Aged 80. 



126. .. . (Bom Del.) JOHN SYMINGTON (Ap'd Md.) 

For previous history, see No. 126, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apk. 4, 1864, in Harfokd Coitnty, Md. 



127. .. . (Born Ga.) WILLIAM W. GORDON (Ap'd Ga.) 

For previous history, see No. 127, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mae. 20, 1842, at Savannah, Ga. : Aged 46. 



128, . . .(Born Va.) HENRY R. DULANY (Ap'd Md.) 

For previous history, see No. 128, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1845, neab Alexandria, Va. 



129. . . .(Born Ky.) JOHN R. SLOO (Ap'd 0.) 

For previous history, see No. 129, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1837, at Shawneetown, III. 



130. . . Born 0.) HENRY W. GRISWOLD (Ap'd O.) 

For previous history, see No. 130, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 23, 1834. 



131. .. . (Born Va.) JAMES MONROE (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 131, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 7, 1870, at Orange Mountain, N. J. : Aged 71. 



132. . . . (Bom Va.) ROBERT C. BRENT (Ap'd Md.) 

For previous history, see No. 132, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 15, 1837, in Strafford County, Va. 



133. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . ABRAHAM WENDELL (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 133, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 17, 1817, at Albany, N. Y. 



134. .. . (Born Va. ). . . GEORGE A. WASHINGTON (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 134, Vol. I, of Kigister of Graduates, 
Died, Dec. 0, 1817, at Alexandria, Vu. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 31 

Number. 1815. Class Rank. 

135. . . . (Born Va.) ROBERT J. SCOTT (Ap'd Md). 

For previous history, see No. 135, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 1834, at Fort Monroe, Va. : Aged 36. 

136. . . .(Bom Vt.) AIjONZO BREWER (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous historj', see No. 136, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, 18 — , in the Argentine Confederation, S. A. 

137. . . .(Bom N. Y.). . . .FRANCIS N. BERRIER (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 137, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 26, 1822, at Fort Hamilton, N. Y. 

138. . . .(Born N. Y.) GEORGE COOPER (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 138, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 1825, at New York City, : Aged 29. 

139. . . .(Bom N. Y.) HENRY SMITH (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 139, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 24, 1847, at Vera Cruz, Mexico. 

140. .(Born D. C). .ALEXANDER F. COCHRANE (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 140, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

141. (Bom N. Y.). .MICHAEL P. VAN De VENTER (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 141, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 27, 1821, at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. 

142. . . .(Born Vt.) MILO JOHNSON (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 142, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

143.... (Bom 0.) AARON G. GANO (Ap'd 0.) 

For previous history, see No. 143, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 2, 1854, near Cincinnati, 0. : Aged 58. 

144 . . . (Born Ga.) ROBERT M. FORSYTH (Ap'd Ga.) 

For previous histor3% see No. 144, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1819. 

145. . . .(Bom D. C). . THOMAS "W. LENDRITM (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 145, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 21, 1852, at New York City. 



32 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1815. Class Rank. 

146. (Born Mas.) GEORGE BLAJSTEY (Apd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 14(>, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 15. 1835. at Ft. Johnston, Smithville, N. C. 

147. . . . (Born Eu^'.). . THOMAS J. LESLIE (Ap'd Pa.) 

For previous history, see No. 147, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief of Paymasters Department for the 
New York District, 18(>l-(59. 

Retired from Active Service, Feb. 3, 18()9, t'nder the Law of July 17, 1862, 

"Having been borne on the Army Register more than 45 years." 

Died, Nov. 25, 1874. at New York City, : Aged 77. 



148 . (Born D. C). .WILLIAM S. EVELETH (Apd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 148, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 4, 1818, by Shipwreck on L,\ke Michigan. 

149 (Born Eng.) ROBERT W. POOLER (Apd Ga.) 
For previous history, see No. 149, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 25, 1853, at S.avannah, Ga. 

150. . . (Born Mas.) "WILLIAM H. CHASE (Ap'd Mas.) 

For previous history, see No. 150, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 8. 1870. .\t Pensacola, Fla. : Aged 72. 

151 (Born N. Y.) .WOLVERT E. WILLIAMS (Apd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 151, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 18—. 

152. .. . (Born Va.) . .WILLIAM B. DAVIDSON (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No 152, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 2.5, 1840, at Indi.\x Key, Fla. 

153. . . .(Born Mas.) JOHN A. WEBBER (Ap'd Mas:) 

For previous history, see No. 15;{, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May C, 1855, at Watertown Arsenal, Mas. : Aged 56. 

154 . (Born N. Y. ) . THOMAS J. GARDNER ( Apd N. Y. ) 

For previous history, see No. 154. Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jci.y 20, 1822, .vr St. ATtu'sTiNE, Fla. 

155 (Born France) BENJ. L. E. BONNEVILLE (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 155, Vol. T, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Junk 12, 1878, at Fort Smith, Ark, : Aged 85. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 33 

Number. 1815-17. Class Rank. 

156 . . .(Born N. Y.) SAMUEL COOPER (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previons history, see No. 156, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, near Alexandria, Va., 1866-76. 

Died, Dec. 3, 1876, at Cameron, Fairfax County, Va. : Aged 81. 

157. . . , (Born Ct.) CHARLES DA VIES (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous histor3% see No. 157, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 18, 1876, at Fishkill-on-Hudson, N. Y. : Aged 79. 

158. . . . (Born O.) JAMES R. STUBBS (Ap'd O.) 

For previous history, see No. 158, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1832, at Cincinnati, 0. 



159. . . (Born N. Y.) PETER EMBXJRY (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 159, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 2, 1855, at New York City. 

160. . . (Born S. C.) . RICHARD M. WHITE (Ap'd S. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 160, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

GRADUATES OF 1817. 

161 (Born France.) AUGUSTUS L. ROUMPORT (Ap'd Pa.) 

For previous history, see No. 161, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Engaged in literary pursuits, 1866-78. 

Died, Aug. 2, 1878, at Haerisburg, Pa. : Aged 82. 

162. .(Born N. W. Ter.). JAMES M. SPENCER (Ap'd Ind.) 

For previous history, see No. 162, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 16, 1829, at the Bay of St. Lotus, La. 



163. . . .(Born Mas.) ISAAC A. ADAMS. (Ap'd Me.) 

For previous history, see No. 163, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 19, 1829, at Baton Rouge, La. 



164 .... (Born Va. ) WILLIAM M. GRAHAM (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 164, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 8, 1847, in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mex. : Aged 49. 



165. . . .(Born Va.) JAMES D. GRAHAM (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 165, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 28, 1865, at Boston, Mas. : Aged 66. 



34 GPwADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1817. Class Rank. 



166 . (Born N. Y. ) . CHARLES DESPnSTVILLE (Ap'd N. Y. ) 

For previous history, see No. 106, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May, 1830, rs France. 

167. . . . (Born N. Y.) JOHN C. KIRK (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous historj', see No. 167, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1825, at Bbooklyn, N. Y. 

168. . . .(Born R. I.) JOHN R. VINTON (Ap'd R. I.) 

For previous history, see No. 168, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Mak. 22, 1847, in the Siege of Vera Ckuz, Mex. 

169. . . .(Bom Va.) RICHARD B. LEE (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 169, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 2, 1875, at Alexandria, Va. : Aged 76. 

170. . . .(Born Va.). . FREDERICK L GRIFFITH (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 170, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 28, 1832, at Alexandria, D. C. : Aged 35. 

171. . . (Born D. 0.) . ED^WARD J. LAMBERT (Ap'd D. C.) 

For previous history, see No. 171, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1833, at Washington, D. C. 

172. . . (Born N. C). WILLIAM GIBBS McNEILL (Apd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 172, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. 16, 1853, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

173 . (Born Va.) ANGUS W. McDONALD (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 173, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 1, 1866, at Richmond, Va. : Aged 62. 

174 (Born Va.) HENRY BERRYMAN (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 174, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 20, 1859, at Forest Hill, Cherokee Co., Tex.: Aged 61. 

175 . (Born N. Y. ). CONST ANTINE M EAKIN (Ap'd N. Y.) 

For previous history, see No. 175, Vol. I, of Register of (rraduates. 

Civil History. Civil Engineer, at West Philadelphia, Pa., 1862-69. Mili- 
tary Instructor in the Polytechnic College, Pa., 1861-69. 

DiliD, Oct, 2, 1869, at West Philadelphia, Pa. : .\ged 75. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 36 

Number. 1817-18. Class Rank. 

176 .. . (Bom Ky.) JOHN D. ORR (Ap'd Ky.) 

For previous history, see No. 176, Vol. I, of Register of Grraduates. 
Died, 1822, at New Obleans, La. 



177 . (Born Vt.) ETHAN A. HITCHCOCK (Ap'd Vt.) 

For previous history, see No. 177, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Commissioner for the Exchange of Prisoners of War, 
Nov. 15, 1862, to Oct. 1, 1867. 

Mustered out Volunteer Service, Oct. 1, 1867. 

Died, Aug. 5, 1870, at Sparta, Hancock Co., Ga. : Aged 72. 



178. . . .(Born Va.). . . .JOHN M. WASHINGTON (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 178, A^ol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, Dec. 24, 1853, in the Gulf Stream, off the 
Capes of the Delaware. 



179. . . .(Born Va.) AMBROSE MADISON (Ap'd Va.) 

For previous history, see No. 179, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

113904.3 

CLASS OF 1818. 

180. . (Born N. Y). RICHARD DELAFIELD (Ap'd N. Y). .1 

For previous history, see No. 180, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Member of the Light-House Board, July 11, 
1864 to Feb. 20, 1870. 

Retired from Active Service, Aug. 8, 1866, under the Law of July 17, 1862, 
"Having been borne on the Army Register over 45 years." 

Civil History. — Regent of the Smithsonian, Institution, at Washing- 
ton, D. C, Feb. 14, 1865, to Jan. 26, 1871. 

Died, Nov. 5, 1873, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 75. 



181. . . (Born Ct.) ANDREW TALCOTT (Ap'd Ct.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 181, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Chief Engineer of the Mexico and Pacific Railroad, from 
Vera Cruz, through the City of Mexico, to the Pacific Ocean, Dec. 1, 1857, to 
April 1, 1859, and Jan. 1862, to Mar. 1867. Manager of the Sonora Exploring 
and Mining Company in Arizona, Apr.-Dec. 1860, Residence, Baltimore, Md. 

182. . . (Born Del.) S. STANHOPE SMITH (Ap'd Del.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 182, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates, 

Died, Sep. 10, 1828, at Wilmington, Del, 



36 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1818. Class Rank. 

183. . . .(Born Vt.) HORACE WEBSTER (Ap'd Vt.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1«3, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Prineiiml of the Free Academy, July W, 1848, to May 30, 

18()(), and of the College of the City of New York (to which name the Academy 

was changed bylaw) Mar. 30, 1866, to July 21, 1869 ; and Emeritus Professor 

of Moral, Intellectual and Political Philosophy, July 21, 1869, to July 12, 1871. 

Died, Jtily 12, 1871, at Geneva, N. Y. : Aged 77. 

184. . . (Born D. C.) SAMUEL RINGGOLD (Ap'd Md.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 184, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Mortally Wounded IN the Battle of Palo Alto, and Died, May 11, 1846, at 
Point Isabel, Tex. : Aged 46. 



185. . . .(Born N. J.) HARVEY BROWN (Apd N. J.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 185, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, M.ar. 31, 1874, at Clifton, Staten Island, N. Y. : Aged 78. 

186. . . .(Bom Md.) . JOSEPH N. CHAMBERS (Ap'd Md.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 186, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Planter, Parish of East Feliciana, La., 1824-74. 
Died, Nov. 12, 1874, neak Clinton, La. : Aged 76. 



187... (Born N. C). .. SAMUEL McKENZIE (Ap'd N. C.)..8 

For previous history, see No. 187, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 19, 1847, in the City of Mexico. 

188 . . (Born N. Y.) GILES PORTER (Ap'd N. Y.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 188, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May, 31, 1878, at Albany, N. Y. : Aged 79. 

189 (Born Va.) GEORGE W. CORPREW (Ap'd Va.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 189, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1840, near Columbus, Mis. 

190 . .(Bom Va.) JOHN J. JACKSON (Ap'd Va.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 190, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.- -President of the Second National Bank of Parkersburg, 
W. Va.. lS(;4-77 : of the Little Kanawha Navigatiim Company, 1870-77; and 
of the Coininission to adjust the proportion of Virginia debt to be assumed by 
West Virginia, 1871. '' 

Died, Jan. 1, 1K77. .\t I'.MiKKKsuuRct, W. Va. : Aged 77. 

191 (Born Md.) ED'WARD HARDING (Ap'd Md). .12 

For proviouH history, see No. 191, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feu. 15, 1855, .vr St. Louis, Mo. 



MILITAKY ACADEMY. 37 



Number. 1818. Class Rank, 



192. . , (Born Del.). . ..BENJAMIN C. VINING (Ap'd Del.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 192, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apkil 8, 1822, at Baltimore, Md. 

193 ... . (Born Mas. ) HENRY H. LORING (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 193, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 16, 1840, at Sabine City, Tex. 

194. . . (Born Va.) . .JOSEPH F. DAINGERPIELD (Ap'd Va.) . 15 

For previous history, see No. 194, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 17, 1840, at Lewi.sburg, W. Va. : Aged 40. 

195. . . . (Born Pa.) JOSEPH STRONG (Ap'd Pa.) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 195, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

196 (Born Mas. ) . . . .JOHN B. P. RUSSELL (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 196, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 3, 1861, at Chicago, III. 

197. . . (Born Md.) GEORGE WEBB (Ap'd Md.) .18 

For previous history, see No. 197, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Apr. 20, 1832, at Fort Washington, Md. 

198. . . (Born Pa.) HARTMAN BACHE (Ap'd Pa). .19 

For previous history, see No. 198, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Engineer of Fourth Lighthouse District, 
June 16, 1859, to Feb. 20, 1870 ; and as Member of Lighthouse Board, 
June 16, 1862, to Feb. 20, 1870,— and of Board on Block Island Break- 
water, R. I., Mar. 1868. 

Died, Oct. 8, 1872, at Philadelphia, Pa. : Aged 74. 



199. . . (Born Va.) WILLIAM S. NEWTON (Ap'd D. C). .20 

For previous history, see No. 199, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mar. 16, 1837, at Baton Rouge, La. 

200. . . .(Born Md.) LEONARD O. BROOKE (Ap'd Md.). ,21 

For previous history, see No. 200, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1821, in Maryland. 

201. . . .(Born N. Y.) HENRY GILES (Ap'd N. Y.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 201, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received, 



38 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1818-19. Class Bank. 



202. .. . (Born Ky.) JOHN T. PRATT (Ap'd Ky.) .23 

For jDrevious history, see No. 202, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



CLASS OF 1819. 

203 . .(Born D. C). . .WILLIAM A. ELIASON (Ap'd D. C). .1 

For previous history, see No. 203, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 15, 1839, neae Alexandria, D. C. : Aged 39. 

204 (BornN. Y. ). FREDERICK A. UNDERHILL (Ap'd N. Y.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 204, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July, 1829, at New Obleans, La. : Aged 29. 

205 (Born N. J.). CORNELIUS A. OGDEN (Ap'd N. J.). .3 

For i^revious history, see No. 205, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 23, 185G, at Brandon, Vt.: Aged 57. 

206 . (Born Ct.) . EDWARD D. MANSFIELD (Ap'd N. Y.) . .4 

For previous history, see No. 206, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Residence, Morrow, O. 

207 (Born N. Y. ) . . . . HENRY BREWERTON (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 5 

For previous history, see No. 207, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Retired from Acth-e Service, May 7, 1867. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the construc- 
tion of Forts Monroe and Wool, Va., Nov. 8, 1864, to Feb. 20, 1870 ; and as 
Associate Member of the Board of Engineers for Fortifications, during the 
consideration of works for the defense of Hampton Roads, Va., 1869. 



208 (Born Mas.) JOHN R. BOWES (Ap'd Mas.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 208. Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

209 . (Born Md.) .HENRY A. THOMPSON (Ap'd Md.). .7 

For iirevious history, see No. 200, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. -President of the National Bank of Baltimore, since July 1, 

IHC,.-,. •' 

210 (Bom N. Y.). . .ZEBINA J. D. KINSLEY (Ap'd N. Y.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 210, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, .\u<!. 24. 1849, near West Point, N. Y. : Aged 48, 



MILITARY ACADEMY. 39 



NtJMBEK. 1819. Class Bank. 



211. (Bom Md.) WILLIAM TURNBULL (Ap'd Md). 9 

For previo\is history, see No. 211, Yol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 9, 1857, at Wilmington, N. C : Aged 57. 



212 . . (Born Ky.) JOSHUA BAKER (Ap'd La.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 212, Vol. I, of Register of Gradtiates. 

Civil History. — Sugar Planter, Franklin, St. Mary's Parish, La., 1829-75. 
Militarj' Governor of the State of Louisiana, 1868. Residence, New Iberia, La. 



213. . . .(Born Ct.) JUSTIN DIMICK (Ap'd Vt.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 213, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Governor of the Soldiers' Home, near 
Washington, D. C, Jan. 14, 1864 to Apr. 1, 1868. 

Died, Oct. 13, 1871, at Philadelphia, Pa.: Aged 71. 



214. . . . (Bom Ind.) . . GEORGE "W. WHISTLER (Ap'd Ky.) . . 12 

For previous history, see No. 214, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 7. 1849, at St. Petersburg, Russia : Aged 48. 

215 . . (Bom Vt.) BENJAMIN WALKER (Ap'd N. H.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 215, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. IVL^y 28, 1858, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 61. 

216. . . .(Born Ct.) DANIEL TYLER (Ap'd Ct.). .14 

For previous historj^ see No. 216, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Proprietor of Woodstock Iron Company, Anniston, Ala., 
since 1872. Agent of the Bondholders (to foreclose their mortgage) of Mobile 
and Montgomery, Ala., Railroad, 1873-74 ; and President of the Railroad 
since 1874. Residence, Montgomery, Ala. 



217. . . .(Born Ind.). JOHN F. HAMTRAMCK (Ap'd Ind.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 217, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 21, 1858, at Shepherdstown, Va. : Aged 60. 

218 . (Born N. Y.) ETHAN C. SICKLES (Ap'd N. Y.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 218, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 12, 1823, at Hibernia, Fla. : Aged 24. 

219. . . .(Born N. Y.). . JAMES S. HEPBURNE (Ap'd N. Y.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 219, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 2, 1833, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 33. 



40 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1819. Class Rank. 

220... (Bom S. C.) JOHN L'ENGLE (Ap'd S. C.)..18 

For previous history, see No. 220, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 19, 1864, at Lake City, Fla. : Aged 64. 



221. . . .(Bom Va.) JOHN M. EDWARDS (Ap'd Va.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 221, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 14, 1836, Neae Washington, D. C. : Aged 37. 



222. . , (Bom Va.). .AUSTIN BROCKENBROUGH (Ap'd Va.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 222, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 6, 1842, at Key West, Fla. : Aged 41. 



223. . (Born Mas.) WILLIAM MALCOLM (Ap'd Mas.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 223, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 7, 1823, at B.^ton Rouge, La. : Aged 26. 



224. . . (Bom N. C.) JOHN MACKENZIE (Ap'd N. C). .22 

For previous history, see No. 224, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 26, 1828, by a Sekgeant, at Ft. Cka-svtoed, Wis. : Aged 30. 



225. . (Born Mas.) JOSEPH D. RUPP (Ap'd Mas.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 225, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 17, 1821, at St. Augustine, Fla. : Aged 22. 



226. (Born Md.) JACOB A. DUMESTE (Ap'd Md.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 226, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 10, 1831, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 33. 

227. . (Born Del.) JAMES R. BLANEY (Ap'd Del.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 227, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, 1840, near N.iTcHiTocHES, La. : Aged 43. 

228. (Bom Vt.) ROSWELL CONANT (Ap'd Vt.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 228, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, 1821, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 24. 

229 (Bom Vt.) JASPER STRONG (Apd Vt.). .27 

For i>revious history, see No. 22!), Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 6, 18().''), at Quee('Hy, Vt. : Aged 68. 

230 (Born N. Y. ) HENRY GILBERT (Ap'd N. Y. ) . 28 

For previous history, see No. 230, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 26, 1827, at Fort Monroe, Va. : Aged 26. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 41 

Number. 1819-20. Class Bank. 

231. . . .(Born Mas.). . . .WILLIAM H. SWIFT (Ap'd Mas.). .29* 

For previous history, see No. 231, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — President of the Board of Trustees of Illinois and Michi- 
gan Canal, 1845-71 ; and of the Board of Trustees of the Hannibal and St. 
Joseph Railroad, Mo., 1856-77. 



CLASS OF 1820. 



232. . . .(Born N. J.) STEPHEN TUTTLE (Ap'd N. J.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 232, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 21, 1835, at St. Augustine, Fla. : Aged 37. 



233. . . .(Born Ten.). .ANDREW J. DONELSON (Ap'd Ten.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 233, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Cotton Planter, Bolivar County, Mis., 1856-71. 
Died, June 26, 1871, at Memphis, Ten. : Aged 71. 



234. . , . (Born Md.) THOMAS E. SUDLER (Ap'd Md.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 234, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 31, 1860, at Wilmington Del. : Aged 59. 

235... (Born N. C.) WILLIAM H. BELL (Ap'd N. C.)..4 

For previous history, see No. 235, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

236. . . . (Bom N. Y.). . . .WILLIAM C. De HART (Ap'd N. Y.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 236, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Ape. 21, 1848, at Elizabethtown, N. J. : Aged 48. 

237. .. . (Born N. Y.) . . .FRANCIS N. BARBARIN (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 6 

For previous history, see No. 237, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Chief Clerk U. S. Engineer Department, 1845-71 ; and 
Clerk, since July 1, 1871. 



238. . . . (Born Va.) ROBERT S. BROOKE (Ap'd Va.) . . 7 

For previous history, see No. 238, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 14, 1851, at Staunton, Va. : Aged 51. 



♦William H. Swift was detatched Dec. 1818, while a Cadet, ffom the Military Academy, to 
accompany Major Long on his Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, from which he did not re- 
turn till Feb. 1821, more than a year after his class had been graduated ; hence, he was attached 
to the end of its roll with the same date of commision, July 1, 1819, as given to his classmates 
upon their promotion to the army, but without any rank among them, he not having been ex- 
amined by the Academic Board at the end of his term. 



42 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1820. Class Rank. 

239 (Born Md.) JAMES A. CHAMBERS (Ap'd Md.). 8 

For i)revious history, see No. 239, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 10, 1838, at Baltoiobe, Md. : AcxED 38. 

240 (Born Ten.) EDWARD G. W. BUTLER (Ap'd Ten.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 240, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Sugar Planter, Iberville Parish, La., 1848-78. Residence, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

241. . . (Bom N. Y.) DANIEL D. TOMPKINS (Ap'd N. Y). .10 

For previous history, see No. 241, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. 26, 1863, at Beooklyn, N. Y. : Aged 63. 

242. . ..(Born Md.) JOHN H. WINDER (Ap'd Md.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 242, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. 9, 1865. at Bbanchville, S. C. : Aged 65. 

243. . . (Born Va). . . .WILLIAM P. BUCHANAN (Ap'd Va.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 243, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Drowned, Sep. 20, 1822, in the Mississippi River : Aged 20. 



244 . . .(Born N. C). SAMUEL B. DUSENBERRY . (Ap'd N. C). .13 
For previous history, see No. 244, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 5, 1855, at Santa ¥i, N. M. : Aged 57. 

245. . ..(Born Pa.) HENRY J. FELTUS (Ap'd N. Y.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 245, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Sugar Manufacturer, Philadelphia, Pa., 1845-69. 
Died, Jiti,y 12, 1871, ne.ui Philadelphi.v. Pa. : Aged 70. 

246 (Born N. Y.) NICHOLAS CRUGER (Ap'd N. Y.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 246, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Farmer, Crugers, Westchester Co., N. Y., 1827-68. 
Died, June 3, 1868, at Oscawana, near CRtxiEE-s, N. Y. : Aged 67. 

247 . (Born S. C). . RAWLINS LOWNDES (Ap'd S. C). .16 

For previous history, see No. 247, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Rice Planter, on San tee River, near Georgetown, S C 
1830 61 ; and p^irmer, Stiuitsbnrg, N. Y., 1861-77. 

Died, Aug. 10, 1877, at Sta.\tsburg, N. Y. : Aged 76. 



248 (Born N. Y.) LEWIS N. MORRIS (Ap'd N. Y). .17 

For previous history, see No. 248, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Knj,ED, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Monterey, Mex,: Aged 46. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 43 



NuMBEB. 1820. Class Bank. 

249. . . .(Born Md.) JOSHUA BARNEY (Ap'd Md.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 249, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died. Apr. 13, 1867, at Detroit, Mich. : Aged fi7. 

250. . . .(Born Va.) GEORGE F. LINDSAY (Ap'd D. C). .19 

For previous history, see No. 250, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiaates. 

Died, Sep. 27, 1857, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 56. 



251. . . .(Born N. Y.) JOHN M. TUFTS (Ap'd N. Y.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 251, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, Rahway, N. J. 



252. .. . (Born Mas.) BENJAMIN GORHAM (Ap'd Mas.), . . .21 

For previous history, see No. 252, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 15, 1821, at Fort Armstrong, III. : Aged 22. 



253. . . (Born N. C.) SAMUEL McREE (Ap'd N. C). .22 

For previous history, see No. 253, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 15, 1849, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 48. 

254. . . .(Born Md.) THOMAS NOEL (Ap'd Md.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 254, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 14, 1848, near Baltimore, Md. : Aged 47. 



255. . . (Born 0.) THOMAS McARTHUR (Ap'd 0.) .24 

For previous history, see No. 255, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 21, 1833, at Chillicothe, O. : Aged 31. 



256. . . .(Born Va.) CHARLES GUERRANT (Ap'd Va.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 256, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1853, in Goochland County, Va. : Aged 53. 

257. . . .(Born Va.) GEORGE D. RAMSAY (Ap'd D. C). .26 

For previous history, see No. 257, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : in command of Washington Arsenal, D. C, 

June 8, 1866, to Feb. 21, 1870 ; and as Member of Board to examine Ord- 
nance Officers for Promotion, Mar. 1867. 

Retired from Acttst: Service, Sep. 12, 1864. 

258. . . (Born N. Y.) EDGAR S. HAWKINS (Ap'd N. Y.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 258, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 5, 1865, at Flushing, N. Y. : Aged 64. 



44 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1820-21. Class Eank. 

259. . . (Bom N. Y.) "WILLIAM S. MAITLAND (Ap'd N. Y.). 28 

For previous history, see No. 259, Vol. I, of Kegister of Grachiates. 

Drowned, Aug. 19, 1837, near Charleston, S. C. : Aged 38. 

260. . . (Born N. Y.) . . . . AARON B. SKINNER (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 29 

For previous history, see No. 260, Vol. I, of Register of GracUiates. 

Died, 18—. 

261. (Bom N. Y.) WILLIAM W. MORRIS (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 30 

For previous history, see No. "ilil, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 11. 1865. at Fort McHeney, Md. : Aged 64. 



CLASS OF 1821. 

262. . . (Born Md.). .EDWARD H. COURTENAY (Ap'd Md.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 262, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 21, 1853, at Chaelottsville, Va. : Aged 50. 



263. . . (Born Ga.) CLARK BURDINE (Ap'd Ga.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 263, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 10, 1836, at Canton, Twiggs Co., Ky. : Aged 36. 



264. . . (Bom Mas.) JONATHAN PRESCOTT (Ap'd Mas.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 26'4, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 12, 1837, at Charleston, S. C. : Aged 37. 

265. . . .(Born Ind.) "WILLIAM W. WELLS (Ap'd Ind.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 265, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1832, at , : Aged 32. 

266. . . .(Bom Mas.) CHARLES DIMMOCK (Ap'd Mas.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 266, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 27, 1863, at Richmond, Va. : Aged 63. 

267. . . .(Bom S. C.) JOHN C. HOLLAND (Ap'd S. C). .6 

For previous history, see No. 267, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. . 
Died, Oct. 10, 1825, at Augusta Arsenal, Ga.: Aged 24. 

268. . . . (Born Pa.) EDWARD C. ROSS (Ap'd Pa.) , 7 

For previous history, see No. 268, Vol. I, <.f Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 16. 1851, at New York Cnv: A(jed 50. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 45 

NuMBKB. 1821. Class Rank. 

269.(Born Mas.) WASHINGTON WHEELWRIGHT. . (Ap'd Mas.) 8 
For previous history, see No. 269, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Notary Public, 1849-70 ; and Director of Greenwich 
Bank, New York City, 1844-71. 

Died, Oct. 31, 1871, at New Yokk City: Aged 70. 

270. . . .(Born O.) DAVID WALLACE (Ap'd 0.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 270, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 4, 1859, at Indianapolis, Ind. : Aged 60. 

271. .. . (Born S. C.) . ROBERT F. W. ALLSTON (Ap'd S. C.) . . 10 

For previous histoiy, see No. 271, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, Ape. 7, 1864, neab Geobgetown, S. C. : Aged 63. 

272. . , .(Born N. Y.) JOHN F. SCOTT (Ap'd N. Y.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 272, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 7, 1837, at New Yobk City: Aged 38. 

273. . . .(Born N. Y.) JAMES GRIER (Ap'd N. Y.). . .12 

For previous history, see No, 273, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 22, 1828, at Jetfeeson Baeeacks, Mo. : Aged 30. 

274. . . (BornCt.) JOHN B. SCOTT (Ap'd Ct.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 274, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 22, 1860, at San Feancisco, Cal. : Aged 59. 

275. . . (Born Pa.) JOSEPH PENTLAND (Ap'd Pa.) . 14 

For previous history, see No. 275, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

276. . (Born N. Y.) ALEXANDER H. MORTON (Ap'd N. Y). .15 

For previous history, see No. 276, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 24, 1853, at Yazoo City, Mis. : Aged 53. 

277. (Bom S. C. ).. "WILLIAM W. GAILLARD (Ap'd S. C). .16 

For previous history, see No. 277, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 11, 1822, at , : Aged 20. 

278. . . (Born R. I.) SETH M. CAPRON (Ap'd N. Y.). .17 

For previous historj', see No. 278, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Woolen Manufacturer at Walden, N. Y., 1827-78. 
Died, Nov. 30, 1878, at Walden, N. Y. : Aged 78. 



46 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1S'21-'Z'Z. Class Rank, 



279 . (Born France) JEFFERSON VAIL (Apd Md.) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 279, Vol. I, of Register ot Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 25, 1835, at Baton Rouge, La. : Aged 33. 

280. , . (Boi-n Va.) JAMES HBNSHAW (Ap'd Va.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 'im. Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

281. . . .(Born N. H.) OTIS WHEELER. (Apd N. H.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 281, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Troy, Lincoln County, Mo., 1844-72. 
Died, June 1, 1872, at Troy, Mo. : Aged 75. 



282. . . (Born N. Y.) . HENRY BATNBRIDGE (Ap'd Mas.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 282, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Perished, May 31, 1857, in the Burning of the Steaiwer Louisiana, 
IN GAL^'EST0N Ray, Tex. : Aged 54.. ' 



283. . . .(Born N. Y.) JASON ROGERS (Ap'd N. Y.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 283, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1848, at Louis\ille, Ky. : Aged 47. 

284 (Born Ten.) . DAVID M. PORTER (Ap'd Ten.) . , 23 

For previous history, see No. 284, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

285 (Born N. Y.) JULIUS A. d'LAGNEL (Apd N. Y.). .24 
For previous history, see No. 285. Vol. I, c)f Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 21, 1840, at New York City: Aged 41. 



CLASS OF 1822. 

286 . (Born Ct. ) GEORGE DUTTON ( Apd Ct. ) . 1 

For previous history, see No. 28(;. Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 5, 1857, at Philadelphia, Pa. : Aged 54. 



287 (BornCt.) JOSEPH K. F.MANSFIELD (ApdCt.)..2 

For previous liistory, see No. 287, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Battle of Antietam, Md \nd 
Died, Sep. 18, 1862 : Aged 5i). 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 47 



NuMBEK. 1822. Class Rank. 

288 . (Born Ct.) CHARLES G. SMITH (Ap'd Ct.) .3 

For previoiis history, see No. 288, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Sep. 25, 1827, at Foet Moulteie, S. C. : Aged 29. 



289 . (Born N. Y.). THOMAS R. INGALLS (Ap'd N. Y.) .4 

For previous history, see No. 289, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jitly 26, 1864, at Greenwich, N. Y. : Aged 66. 



290. . .(Born N. H.) HORACE BLISS (Ap'd N. H.) 

For previous history, see No. 290, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 7, 1878, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 76. 



291. . . . (Born N. J.) -WILLIAM COOK (Ap'd N. J.) . . 6 

For previous history, see No. 291, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Ape. 21, 1865, at Hoboken, N. J. : Aged 64. 



292. . . .(Born N. Y.) ^WILLIAM ROSE (Ap'd N. Y.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 292, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, Nov. 22, 1825, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 24. 

293. . .(Born Va.) "WALTER G^WYNN (Ap'd Va.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 293, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

294. . . (Born Va.) CAMPBELL GRAHAM (Ap'd Va.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 294, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 8, 1866, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 67. 



295. . . (Born Mas.). THOMPSON B. WHEELOCK (Apd Mas). 10 
For previous history, see No. 295, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. June 15. 1836, at Micanopy, Fla. : Aged 35. 



296. . . (Born N. C.) JAMES H. COOKE (Ap'd N. C). .11 

For previous history, see No. 296, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1833, at , : Aged 29. 

297 . . (Born O.) "WILLIAM C YOUNG (Ap'd N. Y.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 297, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, Canaseraga, Alleghany County, N. Y. 

298 ... (Born N. J. ) AUGUSTUS CANFIELD (Ap'd N. J. ) . 13 

For previous history, see No. 298, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Ape. 18, 1854, at Detroit, Mich. : Aged 53. 



48 GK AD HATES OF THE 



NuMBEK. 1822. Class Rank. 

299 . (Born R. I.) DAVID H. VINTON (Ap'd R. I.). 14 

For previous history, see No. 299, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Chief Quartermaster at New York City, 
in charge of depot for supplying the army with clothing and equipage, 
June 28, 1861, to Sep. 5, 1867 ;'and in settling his accounts, Sep. 5, 1867, to 
Feb. 21, 1870. 

Died, Feb. 21. 1873, at Stamford, Ct. : Acjed 70. 



300. . . (Bom Pa.) JOHN J. SCHULER (Ap'd Pa.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 300, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

301... (Born Pa.) JOHN PICKELL (Ap'd N. Y.). .16 

For jirevious history, see No. 301, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 23, 1865, at Danville, N. Y. : Aged 63 

302. . . (Bom Va.) ISAAC R. TRIMBLE (Ap'd Ky.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 302, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Consulting Civil Engineer for several Railroads, Water- 
works, &c., since 1866. Residence, Baltimore, Md. 

303. . . .(Bom N. Y.) HENRY H. GIRD (Ap'd N. Y.). .18 

For previous historj', see No. 303, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 1, 1845, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 44. 

304 (Born N. Y.) BENJAMIN H. WRIGHT (Ap'd N. Y.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 304, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Residence, Rome, N. Y. 

305 (Born Md.) WILLIAM M. BOYCE (Ap'd Pa.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 305, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Accidentally Killed, Auo. 29, 1855, at Burlington, N. J. : Aged 54. 

306 (Bom Pa.) ST. CLAIR DENNY (Ap'd Pa.) .21 

For previous history, see No. 30(), Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 18, 1858, at Pittsburg, Pa. : Aged 58. 

307 (Bom Va.) WEST WOOD LACEY (Ap'^ Va.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 307, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 3. 1829, at Tallahassee, Fla. : Aged 26. 

308 (Born N. Y.) EUSTACE TRENOR (Ap'd Vt.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 30H, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. K;, 1847, .vt New York City, : Aged 44. 



U. 8. MILITARY ACADEMY. 49 

Number. 1822. Class Rank. 

309. . . (Born Vt.) GEORGE WRIGHT (Ap'd Vt.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 309, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, July 30, 1865, off Pacific Coast. : Aged 62. 



310. . . .(Born D. C.) DAVID HUNTER (Ap'd D. C). .25 

For previous history, see No. 310, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Retired from Active Service, July 31, 1866. 

Civil History.— Member of the Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military 
Academy, 1869. 



311. . . .(Born Pa.) GEORGE A. McCALL (Ap'd Pa.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 311, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, Belair, near West Chester, Pa., 1863-68. 
Died, Feb. 25, 1868, at West Chester, Pa. : Aged 65. 



312. . . .(Born Ct.) ALBERT LINCOLN (Ap'd Ct.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 312, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 13, 1822, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 20. 



313. . . .(Born Pa.) FRANCIS LEE (Ap'd Pa.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 313, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 19, 1859, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 55. 



314. . . (Born Va.). . .JAMES R. STEPHENSON (Ap'd Va.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 314 Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 26, 1841, at Pilatka, Fla. : Aged 40. 



315. . . .(Born Vt.) JOHN D. HOPSON (Ap'd Vt.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 315, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 17, 1829, at Louisville, Ky. : Aged 31. 



316. . . (Born O.) THOMPSON MORRIS (Ap'd O.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 316, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 13, 1870, at Cincinnati, O. : Aged 70. 



317. . . .(Born Vt.) JOHN R. WILCOX (Ap'd 0.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 317, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 3, 1839, at Warsaw, III. : Aged 39. 



318. . . .(Bom Pa.) THOMAS JOHNSTON (Ap'd Pa.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 318, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 1835, at Little Rock, Ark. : Aged 33. 



60 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1822-23. Class Rank. 



319. (Bom Mas.). . GEORGE W. FOLGER (Ap'd Mas.). .34 

For previous history, nee No. 31i), Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

320. . .(Born Va.) THOMAS McNAMARA (Ap'd Va.). .35 

For previous hi.story, see No. 320, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

321. . . (Born N. H.) AARON M. ^WRIGHT (Ap'd N. H.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 321, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

322. . (Born Ten.) .JOHN J. ABERCROMBIE (Ap'd Ten.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 322, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on Court Martial duty, Aug. 3, 1866, to 
June. 1869. 

Died, Jan. 3, 1877, at Roslyn, Long Island, N. Y. : Aged 79. 

323. . (Born S. C.) SAMUEL "WRAGG (Ap'd S. C). .38 

For previous history, see No. 323, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 27. 1828, at Fkanklin, Ten. : Aged 25. 

324. . . (Born Ala.) DAVID MONIAC (Ap'd Ala.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 324, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Nov. 21, 1836, in the Battle of Wahoo Swamp, Fla. : Aged 34. 

325 ... . (Born Ct.) HENRY CLARK (Ap'd Ct.) . .40 

For previous history, see No. 325, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 14, 1830, at Rochester, N. Y. : Aged 30. 



CLASS OF 1823. 

326 (Born N. C.) ALFRED MORDECAI (Ap'd N. C). .1 

For previous history, see No. 32(5, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. Assistant Engineer of the Mexico and Facific Railroad, 
from Vera Cru/, through the (Mty of Mexico, to the Pacific Ocean, 1863-66. 
Treasurer and Secretary of Ciinal and Coal Companies, controlled by the 
PemiBylvania Railroad Company, since 1867. 

327. . (Born R. I.) GEORGE S. GREENE (Ap'd R. L). .2 

For previous history, see No. 327, \ol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. ]':nginei"r in charge of the Croton Water Works Extension, 
and of the construction of the Reserve Reservoir in Putnam County, N. Y., 
May 1, 1866, to May 11, 1868. Chief Engineer and Commissioner of the 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 51 



NuMBEK. 1823. Class Rank. 

Croton Aqueduct Board of the City of New York, May 11, 1868 to April 30, 
1870. Asst. Engineer, Department of Public Works of the City of New York, 
May 1, 1870, to Jan. 11, 1871. Engineer engaged in making surveys, plans 
and estimates for Central Underground Eailwaj', New York City, 1871-72. 
Chief Engineer of Public Works of Washington, D. C. to devise the Sewerage 
System for that city, Aug. 24, 1871, to June 24, 1872. Consulting Engineer 
of the Department of Public Parks, New York City, for communications 
across Harlem River, and other constructions, Oct. 1872, to September 1873. 
Engineer for approving plans for construction of Elevated Railway in New 
York City, 1873. Engineer for examining siirveys and estimating cost of 
Ship Canal from Lake Champlain to the St. Lawrence River, 1873. Member 
of Engineer Commission for testing, working and construction of Water 
Meters, for the City of New York, 1873 ; and for examining projects for ex- 
tending and improving the Water Works of Detroit, Mich. Topographical 
Engineer of the Department of Public Parks, for suiweying and laying out 
streets, etc., in the 23d and 24th Wards, New York City, June 1, 1874 to Nov. 5, 
1875 ; and for plans and constriictions of commianications across Harlem River 
Nov. 5, 1875 to Oct. 3, 1877. Consulting Engineer on the construction of 
Water Works for Yonkers, N. Y., 1874-75. Member of Engineer Commission 
to examine projects for the Sewerage of Providence, R. I., 1875-76 ; and for en- 
larging the Water Works of Troy, N. Y, 1877. 



328. . (Born N. Y.) GEORGE C. RICHARDS (Ap'd N. Y.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 328, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 22, 1825, at Paris, France, : Aged 22. 



329. . . (Bom Ct.) REUBEN HOLMES (Ap'd Ct.)...4 

For previous history, see No. 329, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 4, 1833, at Jeffekson Barracks, Mo. : Aged 33. 



330. (Bom N. C). SAMUEL U. SOUTHERLAND . (Ap'd N. C). .5 
For previous history, see No. 330, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1836, at , : Aged 34. 



331 .... (Born Vt. ) LUCIEN. B WEBSTER (Ap'd Vt.) . . 6 

For previous history, see No. 331, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 4, 1853, at Fort Brown, Tex. : Aged 52. 



332. .. . (Born Mis.). . FREDERICK L. GUION (Ap'd Mis.). .7 

For previous historj^ see No. 332, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, April, 1824, at , : Aged 23. 



333. . . . (Bom Pa.) GEORGE NAUMAN (Ap'd Pa.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 333, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 11, 1863, at Philadelphia, Pa. ; Aged 60. 



52 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1823. Class Rank. 

334. . . . (Born D. C. ) ALFRED BECKLBY (Ap'd Ky.) . 9 

For previous history, see No. 334, Vol. I, of Register of Gracliiates. 

Civil History.— School Treasurer of Raleigh County, W. Va., 1850-68 ; 
and Superintendent of Free Schools, 1872-73. Delegate, at large, from the 
State of West Virginia, to the National Democratic Convention, at St. 
Louis, Mo., 1866; and to the Legislature of West Virginia in the Biennial 
Session of 1877. Residence, Raleigh C. H., W. Va. 

335 . . (Born Eng) FREDERIC SEARLE (Ap'd Mas.), .10 

For previous history, see No. 335, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July lit, 1853, at Sulphur Springs, Va. : Aged 50. 



336, . (Born S. C.) RICHARD De TREVILLB (Ap'd S. C). .11 

For previous history, see No. 336, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Counsellor at Law, Charleston, S. C, 1854-74. 
Died, Nov. 25, 1874, at Sum.merville, S. C. : Aged 73. 



337 (Born Pa.) ANDREW KINNARD (Apd Pa.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 337, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Dled, 1831, in Alabama: Aged 28. 



338. . . (Born Mas.) .GEORGE W. WATERS (Ap'd Mas.) . . 13 

For previous history, see No. 338, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1846, near St. Louis, Mo.: Aged 46. 



339. , .(Born Mas.) JOHN FARLEY (Ap'd Mich.), ,14 

For previous history, see No. 339, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Assistant in the Geodetic Survey of the Atlantic Coast 
of the United States, Apr. 1, 1837, to July 31, 1874. 

Died, July 31, 1874, at N.\re.\g.\nsett Pier. R. I. : Aged 71. 

340 (Born N. H.) LEVI M. NUTE (Apd N. H.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 340, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July, 184(), at Point Is.a.bel, Tex. : Aged 46. 



341. .(Born Pa.) MARK W. BATMAN (Apd Pa.) ,16 

For previous history, see No. 341, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 31, 1837, at Mount Vernon Arsenal, Al.\. : Aged 38. 

342, , (Born Del.) LORENZO THOMAS (Ap'd Del.). 17 

For previous history, see No. 342, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

M^ImT^^'irim, '" '""■ ''■ ''"^^'■^'"" ''■ '"'^^^'^"'^^ Cemetenes. 
Retired FROM Ac-rm: Service, Feu. 22, 186i», undeu the Law of Jitly 17 1862 
"Having been borne on the Army Regi.ster more than 45 years. ''" ' 
Died, Mar. 2, 1875, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 70 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 63 



Number. 1823. Class Bane. 

343. . . .(Bom Ct.). JULIUS J. B. KINGSBURY (Ap'd Ct). .18 

For previous history, see No. 343, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, June 26, 18-56, at Washington, D. C. : Aoed 55. 

344. . . (Born D. C.) GEORGE ANDREWS (Ap'd D. C). .19 

For previous history, see No. 344, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 13, 1873, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 70. 

345 . . (Born N. Y.) RICHARD D. C. COLLINS (Ap'd N. Y. .20 

For previous history, see No. 345, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1841, at Little Rock, Ark. : Aged 40. 

346. . . .(Born Del.). . . . WILLIAM REYNOLDS (Ap'd Del.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 346, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1830, on the Ohio River. : Aged 25. 

347. , . . (Born N. Y.) JOSEPH R. SMITH (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 347, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Commissary of Musters, Department of the 
Lakes, Aug. 6, 1866, to Nov. 21, 1867, and May 22, to Sep. 3, 1868. 
Died, Sep. 3, 1868, at Monroe, Mich. : Aged 67. 

348. . . . (Bom Vt.) HANNIBAL DAY (Ap'd Vt.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 348, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Military Commissions and Courts Martial, 
July 25, 1864, to June 15, 1869. 

Retired from Active Service, Attg. 1, 1863. 



349. . . (Born Md.) HENRY R. STEWART (Ap'd D. C). .24 

For previous history, see No. 349, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



350. . . (Bom N. J.) ELIAS PHILLIPS (Ap'd N. J.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 350, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 11, 1856, near Pittsburg, Pa. : Aged 57. 



351. . . .(Born N. J.) , JOSEPH A. PHILLIPS (Ap'd N. J.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 351, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 4, 1846, at Quincy, III. : Aged 41. 



352. . . .(Born Vt.) ASA RICHARDSON (Ap'd Vt.). ,27 

For previous history, see No. 352, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 18, 1835, at Jefterson Barracks, Mo. : Aged 35, 



54 GRADUATES OF THE 



Ntjmbee. 1823. Class Rank. 

353. .. . (Born N. C.) JOHN E. NE^WELL (Ap'd N. C). .28 

For previous history, see No. 353, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mak. 26, 1835, at Carlisle, Pa. : Aged 35. 



3S4. . . .(Bom Ct.) JOHN NICHOLLS (Ap'd Ct.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 354, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



355. . . . (Born Mas.) . . . .GEORGE H. CROSMAN (Ap'd Mas.). . 30 

For previous history, see No. 355, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Depot Quartermaster at Philadelphia, Pa., 
Mar. 10, 1866, to July 1, 1868 ; as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of 
the East, Aug. 27, 1866, to July 1, 1868 ; and in settling his accounts, 
July 1, 1868, to Feb. 21, 1870. 

Retired fkom Active Service, July 29, 1866. 



356. . . .(Born N. Y.) CHARLES HOLT (Ap'd N. Y.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 356, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 14, 1824, at Fort St. Philip, La. : Aged 23. 



357. . . .(Born Mas.) JOHN W. COTTON (Ap'd Mas.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 357, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Farmer, Green Bay, Wis., since 1848. 



358. . (Bom Va.) ...EDMUND B. ALEXANDER (Ap'dKy.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 358, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served: in command of regiment at Fort Snelling, 
Min., May 186() to Feb. 22, 1869. 

Retired from Actfve Ser\ice, Feb. 22, 1868, under the Law of July 17, 

1862, HE BEING OVER THE AgE OF 62 YeARS. 



359. . . .(Born Ten.) ALBERT S. MILLER (Ap'd Ten.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 359, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 7, 1852, at Benecia, Cal. : Aged 49. 



360. (Bom N. Y.). EGBERT B. BIRDSALL (Ap'd N. Y.). ..35 

For previous history, see No. 3(;(), Vol. I, of llegister of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 4, 1845, at St. Aucjttstine, Fla.: Aged 45. 



MILITARY ACADEMY. 55 



NuMBEB. 1824. Class Bank. 

CLASS OF 1824. 

361. . . .(Born N. Y.) DENNIS H. MAHAN (Ap'd Va.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 361, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Professor of Engineering, U. S. Military Academy, 
•Jan. 1, 1832, to Sep. 16, 1871. 

Dko'svned in the Hudson En^iB, near Stony Point, N. Y., 
Sep. 16, 1871: Aged 69. 



362. . . .(Born Me.) JOHN W. A. SMITH (Ap'd Me.). .2 

For previous historj', see No. 362, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Died, June 29, 1835, at Milford, N. H. : Aged 34. 



363. . . .(Born N. H.). . .ROBERT P. PARROTT (Ap'd N. H.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 363, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Siaperintendent of "West Point Iron and Cannon Foun- 
dry," at Cold Spring, N. Y., 1836-67. President, or Director of various 
industrial enterprises, 1867-77. 

Died, Dec. 24, 1877, at Cold Spring, N. Y. : Aged 73. 



364. , . . (Bom S. C.) . . .R. EDWARD HAZZARD (Ap'd S. C.) . .4 

For previous history, see No. 364, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Died, 1831, in St. Bernard Parish, La. : Aged 27. 

365. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN KING FINDLAY (Ap'd Pa.). .5 

For previous histoiy, see No. 365, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Philadelphia, Pa., since 1862. 

366. . . .(Born Del.). ..NAPOLEON B. BENNETT (Ap'd Pa.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 366, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 2, 1832, at Staunton, Va. : Aged 26. 

367. . . .(Born Mis.). . JOHN N. DILLAHUNTY (Ap'd Mis.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 367, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Died, 1844, at Woodville, Mis. : Aged 44. 

368. . . .(Bom N. C.) FRANCIS L. JONES (Ap'd Ten.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 368, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

369. . . .(Bom N. H.) GEORGE W. LONG ,(Ap'd N. H.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 369, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received, 



56 GEADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1824. Class Eank. 

370. . . (Born E. I.). • • JOHN M. PESSENDEN (Ap'd Mas.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 370, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Eesidence, Hague, Westmoreland County, Va. 

371. . . .(Born Ky.). ..WILLIAM P. BAINBRTDGE (Ap'd Ky.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 371, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 16, 1850, at West Point, N. Y. : AcxED 47. 



372. .. . (Born N. J.) JOHN M. W. PICTON (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 12 

For previous history, see No. 372, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 28, 1859, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 55. 



373. . . (Born N. Y.). . . HORATIO A. WILSON (Ap'd N. Y.). .13 

For previoTis history, see No. 373, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 17, 1850, at Troy, N. Y. : Aged 46. 



374. . . (Born Mas.). NICHOLAS TILLINGHAST (Ap'd Mas.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 374, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 9, 1856, at Bridgewater, Mas. : Aged 51. 



375. . . .(Bom S. C). ..WILLIAM G. WILLIAMS (Ap'd S. C), .15 

For previous history, see No. 375, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Monterey, Mex. : 

Aged 45. 



376. . . . (Born Md.) ANTHONY DRANE (Ap'd Md. ) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 376, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, 1852, in Insane Hospctal, Louisville, Ky. : Aged 52. 



377. . . . (Born Va.) LOUIS T. JAMISON (Ap'd La.) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 377, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, (^et. 1856, at Eio Grande City : Aged 51. 



378 . (Born Ky.) WILLIAM BICKLEY (Ap'd Ky.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 378, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, July 21, 1877, at W.-^shington, Ky. : Aged 75. 



379 .. , (Born Mas. ) EPHRAIM W. LOW (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 19 

For previous history, see No. 379, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Drowtjed, July 8, 1825, near Mouth of Fox Efver, Wis. : Aged 25. 



380. (Born N. Y.) JOSEPH CABLE (Ap'd N. Y). .20 

For previous history, see No. 3,S0, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
DraD, 18—, 



IT. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 67 

Number. 1824. Class Bank. 

381. . . .(Born Pa.) . ..ALEXANDER JOHNSTON (Ap'd Pa.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 381, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Ji'ne 8. 1845, at Pittsbukgh, Pa. : Aged 39. 

382. . . .(Born Ya.) WILLIAM L. HARRIS (Ap'd Va.). .22 

For previous historj', see No. 382, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. 1837, in Illinois : Aged 3fi. 

383 .... (Born N. Y. ) , . .WILLIAM BLOODGOOD (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 23 

For previous history, see No. 383, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, at Nashetah Mission, Wis., 1859-74. 

Died, Aug. 1, 1874, at Nashetah Mission, Wls. : Aged 73. 



384. . . .(Born Mas.). . .WILLIAM W. EATON (Ap'd Mas.). .24 

For preAaous history, see No. 384, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 10, 1828, at Wateebuey, Ct. : Aged 23. 

385. . . .(Born N. H.) TIMOTHY PAIGE (Ap'd N. H.). .25 

For previo^is history, see No. 385, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jitse: 14, 1867, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged fi2. 

386. . . .(Born Mas.). . .FRANCIS D. NEWCOMB (Ap'd Mas.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 386, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Special Correspondent, at Havana, Cuba, of the New York 
Journal of Commerce, 1847-72. 

Died, Nov. 28, 1872, at Havana, Cuba: Aged 71. 



387. . . .(Born Md.) DIXON S. MILES (Ap'd Md.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 387, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Moetally Wounded, Sep. 16, 1862, in Defense of Hakpee's Feeey, Va. : 

Aged 58. 

388 (Born N. Y.) ELECTUS BACKUS (Ap'd N. Y.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 388, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 7, 1862, at Deteoit, Mich. : Aged 58. 

389. , . .(Born Pa.) JULIUS CATLIN (Ap'd Pa.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 389, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, 1827, in Genessee Rr^ee, neae Rochestee, N. Y. : Aged 23. 



390. . . . (Bom Md.). JOSEPH VAN SWEARINGEN. . (Ap'd Md.). .30 
For previous history, see No. 390, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 25, 1837, in the Battle of Okee-cho-bee, Fla. : Aged 38. 



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NuMBEB. 1824-25. Class Rank. 



391 (Bom N. Y.) "W. BREVERHOUT THOMPSON .. (Apd N. Y.) 31 
For previous history, see No. 391, Yol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1867, at Georgetown, D. C. : Aged 62. 



CLASS OF 182 5. 

392. . . .(Born Pa.). . . .ALEXANDER D. B.A.CHE (Ap'd Pa.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 392, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. 17, 1867, at Nevvpoet, R. I. : Aged 60. 

393. . . .(Born N. Y.) PETER McMARTIN (Ap'd N. Y.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 393, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1827, at Albany, N. Y. : Aged 24. 

394. . . .(Born Pa.). ALEXANDER H. BOWMAN (Ap'd Pa.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 394, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 11, 1865, at Wilkesbaeee, Pa. : Aged 62. 

395. . . (Born N. Y.). . THOMPSON S. BRO"WN (Ap'd N. Y.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 395, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 30, 1855, at Naples, Italy. : Aged 48. 

396 .. . (Bom Ten. ) ... . DANIEL S. DONELSON ( Apd Ten. ) . . 5 

For previous history, see No. 396, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1863, at Napolean, Akk. : Aged 61. 

397. . .(Born Ct.) STEPHEN V. R. RYAN (Ap'd N. Y.). .6 

For previous history, we No. 397, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, lH4fl, .\t Napoleon, Ark. 

398 . .(Born N. H.) ...RAPHAEL C. SMEAD (Ap'd N. Y.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 398, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 20, 1848, at Fort Monroe, Va. : Aged 46. 

399. . . .(Born S. C.) BENJAMIN HUGER (Ap'd S. C). .8 

For i)rfvious history, see No. 399, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.- Farmer, Plain's Station, Fauquier County, Va., 1866-77. 
Died, Dec. 7, 1877, at Charleston, S. C. : Aged 73. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 59 



NuMBEB. 1825. Class Bank. 

400 (Born Va.) FRANCIS TAYLOR (Ap'd Va.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 400, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 12, 1858, at Fort Beown, Tex. : Aoed 53. 

401. . . .(Born S. C). ...ABBOTT H. BRISBANE (Ap'd S. C). .10 

For previous history, see No. 401, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, 18—. 

402 ... . (Born Ct. ) . . . WILLIAM FENN HOPKINS ...... (Ap'd Ct. ) . . 11 

For previous history, see No. 402, Yol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 13, 1859, at the Island of Jamaica, W. I. : Aged 57. 

403. . . (Born N. Y.).. WILLIAM A. THORNTON (Ap'd N. Y.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 403, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Ape. 6, 1866, at Goveenoe's Island, N. Y. : Aged 63. 

404. . . .(Bom N. H.). . . .JOSEPH W. HARRIS (Ap'd N. H.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 404, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mat 18, 1837, at Poetsmouth, N. H. : Aged 32. 

405. .. . (Born Ga.) . . MATTHEW J. WILLIAMS (Ap'd Ga.) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 405, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 23, 1873, at MAEiErrA, Ga. : Aged 68. 

406. . . .(Bom Ky.) ROBERT ANDERSON (Ap'd Ky.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 406, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on the Staff of the General commanding the 
Eastern Department, Oct. 27, 1863, to Jan. 22, 1869. 

Died, Oct. 26, 1871, at Nice, Feance : Aged 66.* 



407. . (Born N. Y. ). ALEXANDER D. MACKLAY . . (Ap'd N. Y.). .16 
For previous history, see No. 407, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deowned, Dec. 17, 1836, off St. John's Bar, Fla. : Aged 32. 



408. , . .(Bom Pa.) JAMES R. IRWIN (Ap'd Pa.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 408, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 10, 1848, in the City of Mexico: Aged 47. 



409. . . (Born NY.) HORACE SMITH (Ap'd N. Y). .18 

For previous historj', see No. 409, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 8, 1828, at St. Augustinej Fla. : Aged 24. 



00 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 18^5. Class Eank. 



410. . . (Bom Pa.) CHARLES F. SMITH (Ap'd Pa.) 19 

For i>revioias history, see No. 410, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 
DiKD, Apk. 25, 1862, at Savanna, Ten. : Aged 56. 

411 ... . (Born Va. ) . . .WASHINGTON SEAWELL (Ap'd Va. ) . 20 

For previous history, see No. 411, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Commissary of Musters and Superintend- 
ent of Recruiting Service of the Deimrtment of the Pacific, Oct. 15, 1863 to 
July 27. 1865,— and of the Department of California, July 27, 1865 to Mar. 1869. 
Retieed from Active Service, Feb. 20. 1862. 



412. .. . (Bom Va.) . . . . LAWRENCE F. CARTER (Ap'd Va. ) . , 21 

For previous history, see No. 412, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates.) 
Died, Jan. 19, 1837, at Fobt Gibson, I. T. : Aced 33. 

413 . . (Born N. C.) . FREDERICK NORCOM (Ap'd N. C). .22 

For previous history, see No. 413, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 9, 1865, at New York City: Aged 62. 

414. . . (Born N. C.) NATHANIEL H. STREET (Ap'd N. C). .23 

For previous history, see No. 414, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Planter, on Neuse River, near Newberne, N.. C, 1826-76. 
Died, Jitly 6. 1876, near Newberne, N. C. : Aged 72. 

415. . . . (Born Mas.) JOSEPH S. WORTH (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 24 

For previous history, see No. 415, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jt'ly 21, 1846, at St. Augttstine, Fla. : Aged 39. 



416. . . .(Bom N. J.) N. SAYRE HARRIS (Ap'd N. J.). .25 

For i)revious history, see No. 416, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.- Clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, since 
1837. Chaplain, Hudson lirigade. New Jersey Militia, 1859-69. Residence, 
New York ('itv. 



417. . . .(Born Md.) OSBORNE CROSS (Ap'd Md.). .26 

For previous history, sec No. 417, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jtly 15, 1876, at New York City: Aged 73. 



418. , . .(Born Pa.) JOSEPH BONNELL (Ap'd Pa.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 418, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 27, 1846, at Philadelphu, Pa. : Aged 38. 



U. S, MILITARY ACADEMY. 61 

Number. 1825. Class Bank. 

419. . (BornN. J.)."WILLIAM R. MONTGOMERY . (Ap'd N. J.) .28 
For previous history, see No. 419, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 31, 1871, at Bristol, Pa. : Aged 70. 



420. . . .(Born Md.) H. ST. JAMES LINDEN (Ap'd Md.) .29 

For previous history, see No. 420, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 10, 1836, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 34. 

421. . . (Born Ky.) JAMES J. ANDERSON (Ap'd Ky.) .30 

For previous history, see No. 421, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 1, 1845, in Mason Co., Ky. : Aged 40. 



422. . . (Born N. Y.) JAMES D. BURNHAM (Ap'd N. Y.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 422, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 6, 1828, at Old Point Comfort, Va. : Aged 27. 



423. . . . (Born Mas.) GUSTAVUS DORR (Ap'd Mas.) . . 32 

For previous history, see No. 423, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Jan. 16, 1855, at Somerville, Mas. : Aged 47. 



424. . . (Bom Vt.) FREDERICK THOMAS (Ap'd Vt.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 424, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, May 27, 1831, near Fort Gibson, I. T. : Aged 26. 



425, , . .(Born Md.) GEORGE W. GAREY (Ap'd Md.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 425, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 10, 1834, in Talbot County, Md. : Aged 32. 



426. . , .(Born N. J.) JAMES ENGLE (Ap'd N. J.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 426, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



427. . . (Born Ga.) JOSEPH CLAY (Ap'd Ga.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 427, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, July 8, 1832, at Fort Gratiot, Mich. : Aged 25. 



428. . . (Born R. I.) . SAMUEL R. ALLSTON (Ap'd Mas.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 428, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1836, at New York City, : Aged 30. 



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NuMBBB. 1826. Class Rank. 



CLASSOF18 2 6. 

429 . (Born Pa.) .WILLIAM H. C. BARTLETT (Ap'd Mo.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 429, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.- -Served : as Professor of Natural and Experimental Phil- 
osophy, Military Academy, Apr. 20, 1836, to Feb. 14, 1871. 

Retired from Active Service, Feb. 14, 1871, on his own Application, 
AFTER Forty Years of Continuous Service. 

Civil History. — Actuary of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New- 
York, since Felx 1, 1871 : and Author of "Mortuary Experience of the Mu- 
tual Life Insurance Com})any of New York, from 1843 to 1874." 



430. . (Born N. Y.). . . THOMAS S. TWISS (Ap'd Vt.). .2 

For previoiis history, see No. 430, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — U. S. Indian Agent of the Ui^per Platte District, for the 

wild tribes of the Prairies and the Mountains, Mar. 3, 1855, to . History 

since 1866 unknown, no certain information having been received. 



431. . . .(Born Va.) WILLIAM BRYANT (Apd Va.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 431, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 15, 1846, at Botetourt, Va. : Aged 42. 



432. (Born N.H.). .THOMAS JEFFERSON CRAM. ..(Apd N. H.). .4 
For previous history, see No. 432, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Superintending Engineer of the construc- 
tion of Fort Wayne, Mich., 1863-69, — of the Improvement of harbors at the 
Western end of Lake Erie, 1864-69, and on I^ake Huron, 1866-70, — and of 
Improvement of St. Clair Flats, and of St. Mary's River, 1869-71 ; and as 
Member of Board of Engineers for Improvement of Buffalo Harbor, N. Y., 
and New Buffalo, Mich., 1867-68. 

Retired from Active Service Feb. 22, 1869, under the law of July, 17, 1862, 
HE being over the Age of 62 Years. 

433 .... (Born Del. ) . . CHARLES G. RIDGELY (Ap'd Del. ) . . 5 

For previous history, see No. 433, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 15, 1844, at Georgetown, D. C. : Aged 40. 

434. . . (Born Pa.) JOHN McCLELLA.N (Ap'd Pa.). .6 

For i)revious history, see No. 434, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 1, 1854, at Knoxville, Ten. : Aged 49. 

435. . (Born Ten)... BENNETT H. HENDERSON (Ap'd N. C). .7 

For previous history, see No. J3."i, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Accidentally killed, July 8, 1832, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 27. 



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Number. 1826. Class Rank. 



436. . . (Bom Ky.). . . ALBERT S. JOHNSTON (Ap'd La). .8 

For previous history, see No. 436, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Ape. 6, 1862, m the Battle or Shiloh, Ten. : Aged 59. 

437. . . . (Born S. C.) EDWARD B. WHITE (Ap'd S. C). .9 

For previoiis history, see No. 437, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Residence, New York City. 

438. . . (Born N. C). . FRANCIS L. DANCY (Ap'dN. C). .10 

For previous history, see No. 438, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Planter, Buena Vista, St. John's County, Fla., since 1842. 

439. . . . (Born Md.). . . JOSEPH D. SEARIGHT (Ap'd Pa.). .11 

For previoiis history, see No. 439, Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

440. . . (BomN. H.). . . JOEL C. TOWTSISEND (Ap'd N. H.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 440, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 21, 1826, at , : Aged 20. 

441. . . (Born Va.) DANIEL S. HERRING (Ap'd Va.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 441, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 22, 1836, at St. Augustine, Fla. : Aged 28. 

442 . (Born Mas.). ..GEORGE WOODBRIDGE (Ap'd Mas.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 442, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Rich- 
mond, Va., 1833-78. 

Died, Feb. 14, 1878, at Richmond, Va. : Aged 74. 



443. . . .(Born Va.) MICHAEL M. CLARK (Ap'd Va.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 443, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 10, 1861, at Baltimore, Md . : Aged 58. 

444. . . .(Bom Pa.) MASKELL C. EWING (Ap'd Pa.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 444, Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 20, 1849, at Willow Grove, Pa. : Aged 42. 

445. . . (Born Pa.). SAMUEL P. HEINTZELMAN (Ap'd Pa.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 445, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Galveston, Tex., 
Dec. 1, 1866, to May 19, 1867 ; on delay, May 19 to July 31, 1867 ; as Mem- 



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NuMBEB. 1826. Class Bank. 



ber of Examining Board, New York City, Jnly 31 to Dec. 31, 1867,— and of 
Retiring Board, Jan. 3 to Nov. 9, 1868: and on leave of absence, Nov. 9, 1868, 
to Feb. 22, 1869. 

Ketiked from AcTrs'E Service, Feb. 22, 1869, ^vtth the rank of Major- 
Genekal, he being over the Age of 62 Years. 

Civil History. — President of Sonora Exploring and Mining Company, 
1856-59 : of Detiance Mining Company, New York, 1869 ; of Mutual Guar- 
antee Life Insurance Company, New' York, 1870-71; and of Emigration 
Company, Washington, D. C., 1873. 



446 (Born Ct.) THEOPHILUS B. BRCWN (Ap'd N. Y.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 446, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 14, 1834, at Utica, N. Y. : Aged 32. 



447. . . .(Born N. Y.) . DANFORTH H. TUFTS (Ap'd Vt.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 447, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 4, 1840, at Detroit, Mich. : Aged 35. 



448 . . . (Born D. C. ) . AUGUSTUS J. PLEASONTON . . (Ap'd D. C. ) . . 20 

For previous history, see No. 448, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Author of Scientilic Papers: "On the Influence of the 
Blue Color of the sky, in Developing Animal and Vegetable Life," 1861-78. 
Residence, Philadeljihia, Pa. 

449. . (Born N. C.) MARTIN P. PARKS (Ap'd N. C). .21 

For previous history, see No. 449, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 21, 1853, at Sea, near New York City : Aged 49. 

450. . . (Born Ky.) JOHN B. GRAYSON (Ap'd Ky.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 450, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1861, at , : Aged 55. 

451. . . (Born N. J.) .. . .JOHN WILLIAMSON (Ap'd N. J.) .23 

For previous history, see No. 451, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 23, 1849, at Charleston Arsenal, S. C. : Aged 43. 

452 . (Born Va. ) HENRY J. GRIFFIN (Ap'd Va. ) . . 24 

For previous history, see No. 452, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, Feb. 20, 1828. near Fort Armstroncj, III. : Acjed 24. 

453. . (Bom Md.) JOHN ARCHER (Ap'd Md.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 4:):{, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.- Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



U. S. MILITAEY ACADEMY. 



Number. 1826. Class Rank. 

454. . . .(Born Md.) SAMUEL H. RIDGELY (Ap'd Md.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 454, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Ape. 3, 1827, at New Orleans, La. : Aoed 20. 



455. . . .(Born N. J.) JOHN M. BERRIEN (Ap'd Pa.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 455, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Civil Engineer in Michigan, 1836-76. 

Died, Oct. 12, 1876, at Detroit, Mich. : Aged 73. 



456 (Born Ct.) EDTVIN B. BABBITT (Ap'd Ind.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 456, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of 
the Columbia, Dec. 14, 1866, to Oct. 14, 1867 ; and in charge of Clothing 
Depot of the Division of the Pacific, Nov. 30, 1876, to May 31, 1869. 
Retired from Active Service, July 29, 1866. 

457. . . .(Born S. C.) . RICHARD W. COLCOCK (Ap'd S. C). .29 

For previous history, see No 457, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 9, 1856, at Charleston, S. C. : Aged 49. 



458. . . . (Born Va.) CHARLES L. C. MINOR (Ap'd Va.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 458, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 31, 1833, at Fort Towson,* I. T. : Aged 28. 



459. . . .(Born Ga.) WILLIAM H. SIMS (Ap'dGa.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 459, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1847, in New Orleans, La. : Aged 44. 



460. . . .(Born Va.) FRANCIS J. BROOKE (Ap'd Va.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 460, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 25, 1837, in the Battle of Okee-cho-bee, Fla. : Aged 35. 



461. . . .(Born Va.).. . NATHANIEL C. MACRAE (Ap'd Va.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 461, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Mustering duty, at Cincinnati, O., May 10, 
1865, to Sep. 12, 1867 ; and on Court Martial duty in the Department of the 
Lakes, Sep. 12, 1867, to June 19, 1868. 

Died, Feb. 5, 1878, at Cincinnati, O. : Aged 74. 

462. . . . (Born Ten.) JOHN G. ALLEN (Ap'd Ten.) . . 34 

For previous history, see No. 462, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Apr. 21, 1855, at: Lafotirche Interior, La, : Aged 49, 



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Number. 1826. Class Rank. 



463. . . (Born Va.) ALEXANDER G. BALDWIN (Ap'd Va.). .35 

For previous historj', see No. 463, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 25, 1835, at Foet Towson, I. T. : Aged 31. 



464 .. . (Born N. Y.) AMOS B. EATON (Ap'd N. Y.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 464, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Commissary General in charge of Bureau 
at Washington, D. C, June 29, 1864, to May 1, 1874. 

Retired from Active Service, May 1, 1874, under the Law of July 17, 1862, 
HAVING Served Faithfully more than 45 Years. 
Died, Feb. 21, 1877, at New Haven, Ct. : Aged 71. 



465. ...(Born Me.) MOSES E. MERRILL (Ap'd Me.).. 37 

For previous history, see No. 465, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 8, 1847, in the Battle or Molino del Rey, Mex. : Aged 43. 



466. . . . (Born Pa.) CHARLES COLERICK (Ap'd Pa.) . .38 

For previous history, see No. 466, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 9, 1828, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. : Aged 22. 



467.... (Born R. I.) SILAS CASEY (Ap'd R. I.).. 39 

For previous history, see No. 467, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Commissioner to examine the War Claims 
of Ohio, Apr. 17, to Dec. 31, 1867 ; on Court of Inquiry, 1868 ; awaiting 
orders, Mar.-Oct., 1868 ; and as Member of Retiring Boai'd, New York City, 
Oct. 28, 1868, to Apr. 26, 1869. 

Retired from Active Service, Jxily 8, 1868, on his o^vN Application, 
after 40 consecutive Years of Service. 



468 . (Bom Pa.) THOMAS H. PEARCE (Ap'd Pa.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 468, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



469. . . (Born Ct.) E. KIRBY SMITH (Ap'd Fla.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 469, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally WoirsDED in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mexico, and 
Died, Sep. 11, 1847: Aged 40. 



r. S. MILI'IAKY ACADHMV. 07 



NtJMBEK. 1827. Class BahS. 

CLASS OF 182 7. 

470 . (Born O.) EBENEZER S. SIBLEY (Apd Mich.) 1 

For previous history, see No. 470, Vol. I. of Kegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Vice President of Grand Portage Copper Company, 
1864 to 18 — ; and of Lake Superior Silver-Lead Company, 18154 to 18 — . In 
Europe, since 1873. 

471 (Born Mas.) JOHN CHILDE (Ap'd Mas.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 471, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 2, 1858, at SpRixciriEU), Mas. : Aged 55. 

472. . , (Born Md). ."WILLIAM MAYNADIER (Apd D. C). .3 

For previous history, see No. 472, Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Executive Assistant in the Ordnance Bu- 
reau, Washington, D. C, Sep. 22, 1864, to Jan. 1867 ; as Inspector of Arsenals 
and Armories, Jan. 1867 to July 3, 1871 : and as Member of Board to deter- 
mine the kind and character of Eitled Guns for Sea-coast Amiament, Jan. 18, 
to Feb. 6, 1867, — and of Examination Board of Ordnance Officers for Promo- 
tion, May, 1867. 

Died, July 3, 1871, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 65. 



473. . . (Born Ten.) .JAMES A. J. BRADFORD (Apd Ky.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 473, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep.. 1863. at Fayette\tlle. N. C. : Aged 59. 

474. . . (Born Ky.) LUCIEN J. BIBB (Ap'd Ky.) .5 

For previous history, see No. 474, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 7, 1831. at Belona Arsenal, Va. : Aged 24. 



475. . . (Bom Ky.). . . .NAPOLEON B. BUFORD (Ap'd Ky). .6 

For previous History, see No. 475, Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Special U. S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Feb. 7 to 
Sep. 1, 1867 ; and for Inspecting the Union Pacific Railroad, Sep. 1, 1867 to 
Mar. 10, 1869, (when the road was completed.) President of the Philosoph- 
ical Society of Chicago, 111.. 1877-78. 



476... (Born N. Y.) ED^WIN SCHENCK (Apd N. Y.) 7 

For previous history, see No. 476, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 2, 1848, at Colujibus, O. : Aged 41. 



477. . . (Born N. C.) LEONIDAS POLK (Ap'd N. C). .8 

For previous history, see No. 477, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, June 14, 1864. on Pine Mox^ntain. near Marietta, Ga. : Aged 58. 



GRADUATES OF THE 



Nttmbeb. 1827. .Class Rank. 



478. . . .(Bom Md.) ESSEX STBRRETT (Ap'd Md.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 478, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 6, 1835, at Little Rock, Aek. : Aged 32. 

479. . . .(Born Pa.) GEORGE FETTBRMAN (Ap'd Pa.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 479, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 27, 1844, at Pittsburg, Pa. : Aged 37. 

480. . . .(Born Md.). . WILLIAM E. AISQUITH (Ap'd Va.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 480, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 29, 1856, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 48. 

481. . . (Born 0.). . . .THOMAS WORTHINGTON (Ap'd 0.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 481, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civii History. — Vine Grower, Morrow, O., since 1862. 

482. .. . (Born N. C.) GABRIEL J. RAINS (Ap'd N. C.) . . 13 

For previous history, see No. 482, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

483. . . .(Born S. C.) JOHN G. FURMAN (Ap'd S. C). .14 

For previous history, see No. 483, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 29, 1830, at Chicago, III. : Aged 24. 

484. . . . (Born Va.) . , ."WILLIAM B. MAGRUDER (Ap'd Va.) . . 15 

For jirevious history, see No. 484, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Palmyra, Mo., since 18 — . 

485 .. . (Born N. Y. ) . . THOMAS B. "W. STOCKTON. . . . (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 485, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Forwarding and Commission Merchant, Flint, Mich., 
1863-67. Residence, Flint, Mich. 

486.. .(BornVa.) ALEXANDER S. HOOE ( Ap'd Va. ) . . 17 

For previous historj', see No. 486, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 9, 1847, .4t Baton Rouge, La. : Aged 41. 

487 ... . (Born Ky. ) WILLIAM FLANAGAN (Ap'd Ky. ) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 487, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 1, 1851, at Winchester, Ky. : Aged 46. 

488. . . .(Bom Vt.) GEORGE H. PRENTISS (Ap'd Vt.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 488, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 18—. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 69 



Number. ISlsJT. Class Rank. 

489. . . .(Bom Pa.) DAVID PERKINS (Ap'd Pa.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 489, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1849, at Tampico, Mex. : Aged 43. 

490. . . .(Born Vt.) SAMUEL HITCHCOCK (Ap'd Ala.). .21 

For previous historj', see No. 490, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 1, 1851, at Sea, Returning fkom Europe : Aged 43. 

491 .... (Born N. Y. ) . . ALEXANDER J. CENTER (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 22 

For previous historj', see No. 491, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Express and Banking House of Wells, Fargo & Co., New 
York City, 1866-70. Superintendent of Panama Railroad, Central America, 
1870-74. Residence, Tarrytown, N. Y. 

492... (Bom Va.). PHILIP ST. GEORGE COOKE . . . (Ap'd Va.). .23 
For previous history, see No. 492, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Member of Examining Board for promo- 
tion of Volunteer Officers to the Regular Infantry, Apr.— July, 1867, — and of 
Retiring Board, Sep., 1867 — May, 1869 ; and in command of the Department 
of the Cumberland, May 15, 1869, to May, 1870,— and of Department of the 
Lakes, May, 1870, to Oct. 29, 1873. 

Retired from Active Service, Oct. 29, 1873, under the Law of July 17, 1862, 
HE being over the Age of 62 Y'ears. 

Civil History. — Aiithor of "The Conquest of New Mexico and California,— 
an Historical and Personal Narrative," 1878. 



493. . (Born Vt.) THOMAS S. TRASK (Ap'd Vt.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 493, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, Aug. 1, 1828, at Memphis, Ten. : Aged 24. 

494. . . .(Bom Pa.) ABNBR R. HETZEL (Ap'd Pa.). . .25 

For previous history, see No. 494, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 20, 1847, at Louisville, Ky. : Aged 42. 

495... (Bom N. C.)... JOSEPH H. LA MOTTE (Ap'd N. C). .26 

For previous history, see No. 495, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

496. . . . (Born N. Y.) EDGAR M LACEY (Ap'd N. Y.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 496, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 2, 1839, at Fort Obawfobd, Wis. : Aged 32. 

497. . . .(Born Md.) LEVIN GALE (Ap'dMd.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 497, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 1j 1832, near Fort Armstrong, III. : Aged 26i 



70 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1827. Class Kank. 

498. . . .(Born O.) ISAAC P. SIMONTON (Ap'd O.). 29 

For previous history, see No. 498, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 21, 1842, at Fort Wayne, Cheeokee Nation : Aged 35. 

499 . , (Born Pa. ) JEFFERSON VAN HORNE (Ap'd 0. ) . . 30 

For i^revious history, see No. 499, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 8ep. 28, 1857, at Axbuqitekque, N. M. : Aged 55. 



500 (Born Pa.) WASHINGTON HOOD (Ap'd Pa.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 500, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 17, 1840, at Bedford, Pa. : Aged 32. 

501. . . . (Born Vt.) ISAAC LYNDE (Ap'd Vt.) . .32 

For previous history, see No. 501, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Retired from Active Service, July 28, 186(5. 



502. . . . (Bom Mas.) NATHANIEL J. EATON (Ap'd Mas.) . .33 

For previous history, see No. 502, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Agent of the St. Louis, Mo., Board of Marine Under- 
writers, June 1, 1850, to May 1, 1865 ; and Secretary, May 1, 1865, to Jan. 1, 
1877. Port Warden of the Harbor of St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 1, 1850, to Jan. 1, 
1877. Notary Public, and Adjuster of Averages. St. Louis, Mo., May 1, 1865, 
to Jan. 1, 1877. Residence, Alton, 111. 



503 (Born S. C.).. STEPHEN M. WESTMORE . (Ap'd S. C). .34 

For previous history, see No. 503, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Residence, New Orleans, La. 

504. (Born Me.).. JONATHAN K. GREENOUGH . ..(Ap'd Mas.). .35 
For previous history, see No. 504, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 22, 1858, at Marshall, III. : Aged 49. 

505 . (Born N. Y. ) WILLIAM S. STILWELL (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 36 

For previous history, see No. 505, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1837, in Texas : Aged 30. 

506 .(Bom N. Y.).. ABRAHAM VAN BUREN (Ap'd N. Y.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 506, Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mar. 15, 1873. at New York City: Aged 65. 

607. , . (Born Vt.) NELSON N. CLARK (Ap'd Vt.) 38 

For previoufi history, see No. 507, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 11, 1832, at New Orleans, La.: Aged 25. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 71 



NuMBEB. 1828. Class Rank. 



CLASS OF 1828. 

508. . . .(Born Ct.) ALBERT E. CHURCH (Ap'd Ct.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 508, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Professor of Mathematics, Military Academy, June 1, 
1837 to Mar. 30, 1878. 

Died, Mak. 30, 1878, at West Point, N. Y. : Aged 70. 



509. . . . (Born Md.) RICHARD C. TILGHMAN (Ap'd Md.) . .2 

For previous history, see No. 509, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Farmer, Centreville, Md., 1846-79. Brig.-General Staff 
(Quartermaster-General of the State of Maryland), Apr. 17, 1867 : declined. 
Chief Justice of the Orphan's Court of Queen Anne's County, Md., Nov. 17, 
1871 to Mar. 14, 1879. 

Died, Mar. 14, 1879, at Centreville, Md. : Aged 72. 



510. ...(Born Va.) HUGH W. MERCER (Ap'd Va.)..3 

For previous history, see No. 510, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, June 9, 1877, at Baden Baden, Geemant: Aged 69. 



511. . . .(Bom Vt.) ROBERT E. TEMPLE (Ap'd Vt.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 511, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 20, 1854, at Albany, N. Y. : Aged 45. 



512. .. . (Born N. Y.).. . . CHARLES O. COLLINS (Ap'd N. Y.) . 

For previous history, see No. 512, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 17, 1846, at Fort Gibson, I. T. : Aged 40. 



513. .. . (Born Mas.) IVERS J. AUSTIN * (Ap'd Mas.) . . 6 

For previous history, see No. 513, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Boston, Mas., 1831-71. In Europe 
since 1871. _ 

514. . . . (Born Ct.) EDMUND FRENCH (Ap'd Ct.) . .7 

For previous history, see No. 514, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 7, 1860, at Georgetown, D. C. : Aged 53. 



515. . . .(Born Me.) JOSEPH L. LOCKE (Ap'd Me.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 515, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Oct. 5, 1864, at Savannah, Ga. : Aged 56. 

•Grandson of Eldridge Gerry, a Signer of the Declaration of Independence, and ]813='14 
Vice-President of the United States. 



72 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1828. Class Rank. 

516. . . .(Born Mas.) GEORGE E. CHASE (Ap'd Mas.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 516, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 27, 1844, at Chasefeeld, Pensacola Harbor, Fla. : Aged 35. 

517 . . .(Born Ky.) JOHN F. LANE (Ap'd Ind.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 517, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 19, 1836, at Fort Drane, Fla. : Aged 26. 



518 .... (Born Pa. ) WILLIAM PALMER (Ap'd Ind.) . . 11 

For previoiis historj^ see No. 518, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jult 23, 1835, at Fort Johnston, N. C. : Aged 30. 



519, . . .(Born Mas.) THOMAS B. ADAMS (Ap'd Mas.). .12. 

For previous history, see No. 519, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 14, 1837, at Fort Dade, Fla. : Aged 28. 



520. .(Born Mas.) ROBERT E. CLARY (Ap'd Mas.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 520, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on leave of absence and awaiting orders, 
July 14, 1866, to Mar. 1, 1867 ; and as Depot Quartermaster at Boston, Mas., 
Mar. 1, 1867, to Apr. 30, 1869. 

Retired from Active Service, Feb. 22, 1869, tinder the law of 
July 17, 1862, he being over the Age of 62 Years. 



521. . . .(Born Ten.) ROBERT SEVIER (Ap'd Ten.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 521, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Farmer, Ray County, Mo., since 1837. 



522. . . (Born Ct.) WILLIAM W. MATHER (Ap'd Ct.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 522, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 27, 1859, at Columbus, O. : Aged 54. 



623. . .(Bom Ct.) ENOS G. MITCHELL (Ap'd Ct.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 523, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 10, 1839, at Fort Roger Jones, Fla. : Aged 32. 



524. . . (Born Pa.) JAMES F. IZARD (Ap'd Pa.). ,17 

For previous history, see No. 524, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded jn the SKiRivnsH at Camp Iz-^rd, Fla., and 
Died, Mak. 5, 1836: Aged 26. 



525. . . (Born D. C.) THOMAS CUTTS .(Ap'd Me.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 525, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Hep. 2, 1832, at Fort Jesup, La. : Aged 31, 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 73 

NuMBEB. 1828. Class Bank. 

526. . . .(Born Mich.). .."WILLIAM H. BAKER (Ap'd Vt.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 526, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1835, at Deteoit, Mich. : Aged 26. 

527. . . .(Bom Ten.). .JAMES L. THOMPSON (Ap'd Ten.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 527, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Drowned, June 21, 1851, in Detroit Rfstee, Mich. : Aged 46. 

528. . . (Born La.). . . .GUSTAVB S. ROUSSEAU (Ap'd La.). .21 

For previous historj', see No. 528, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Plaquemine, La., 1858-79. 

Died, Jan. 29, 1879, in the Parish of Ascension, La. : Aged 73. 

529 ... . (Bom Me.) . . . BENJAMIN 'W. KINSMAN (Ap'd Me.) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 529, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 14, 1832, at Fort Gibson, I. T. : Aged 26. 

530. . . . (Bom Ky.) JEFFERSON DAVIS (Ap'd Mis.) . . 23 

For previous history, see No. 530, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Engaged in Insurance Business, 18 — , to 18 — -. Residence, 
Beauvoir, Mis. 

531. . . (Born Mo.).. WILLIAM L. E. MORRISON (Ap'd 111.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 531, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1835, at Vandalia, III. : Aged 25. 

532. . . .(Born S. C.) SAMUEL K. COBB (Ap'd Ala.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 532, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 11, 1834, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 28. 

533. . . . (Born Pa.) SAMUEL TORRENCE (Ap'd 0.) . . 26 

For previous history, see No. 533, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 1, 1832, at Fort Armstrong, III. : Aged 26. 

534.... (Bom N. H.) AMOS FOSTER (Ap'd N. H.)..27 

For previous history, see No. 534, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Feb. 7, 1832, by a Soldier, at Fort Howard, Mich. : Aged 27. 

535. . . .(Born S. C). . ..THOMAS F. DRAYTON ,(Ap'd S. C). .28 

For previous history, see No. 535, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Dooly County, Ga., 1866-72. Agent of Life and 
Fire Insurance Companies, 1872-78. President of the South Carolina Im- 
migration Association (operating also in North Carolina)) sitice 1878. 
Residence, Charlotte, N. d 



74 GRADUATES OF THE 

Number. 1828-29. Class Bank. 

536. . . .(Bom Ct.). .THOMAS C. BROCK WAY (Ap'd Ct.). .29, 

For previous history, see No. 536, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 28,1831, at Fort Gibson, I. T. : Aged 26. 

537. . .(Born N. Y.) .JOHN R. B. GARDENIER (Ap'd N. Y.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 537, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 26, 1850, at Dakdanelle Springs, Ark. : Aged 42. 

538. . . (Born N. Y.) CRAFTS J. TATRIGHT (Ap'd 0.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 538, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, near Glendale, O., 1862-75. Superintendent and 
Steward of the U. S. Marine Hospital, Chicago, 111., since 1875. P. O., 
Wright's Groove, Cook County, 111. 



539. . . (Born Mo.) JAMES W. PENROSE (Ap'd Mo.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 539, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 1, 1849, at Plattsbukg, N. Y. : Aged 41. 



540. . . (Bom N. J.). .PHILIP R. VAN WYCK (Ap'd N. J.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 540, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, June, 1832, in the Tennessee, below Chattanooga : Aged 25. 



CLASS OF 1829. 



541. . . (Born N. Y.) CHARLES MASON (Ap'd N. Y.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 541, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Democratic Candidate for Governor of the State of Iowa, 
but not elected, 1867. Delegate to the Democratic National Convention from 
Iowa, 1868 and 1872 ; and to several State Conventions, since 1867. Author 
of various papers on Financial Subjects, since 1867. President of Burling- 
ton, Iowa, Water Company, since; 18 — ; of German-American Savings Bank, 
since 18 — ; of Burlington Board of Trade, since 18 — ; of Burlington and 
North Western Railroad Company, since 18 — ; and of Burlington Street 
Railway Company, since 18 — . Vice-President of Burlington, Kiisauqua and 
Western Railroad, since 18 — . Treasurer of Burlington School Board, since 
18 — . Patent Law Attorney, since 1861. Residence, Burlington, Iowa. 



542 (Born Va.) ROBERT E. LEE (Ap'd Va.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 542, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — President of Washington College, Lexington Va. , Sep. 28, 
1865, to Oct. 12, 1870. 

Died, Oct. 12, 1870, at Lexington, Va. : Aged 64. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADP^MY. 76 

Number. 1829. Class Bane. 

543. . . .(Born Ga.). . . .WILLIAM H. HARFORD (Ap'd Gn.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 543, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 19, 1836, at New Okleans, La. : Aoed 29. 



544. . . .(Born Pa.) J. ALLEN SMITH IZARD (Ap'd Pa.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 544, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Planter, Back River, S. C, near Savannah, Ga. since 1838. 
Residence, Charleston, S. C. 



545. . . . (Born Mas.) JAMES BARNES (Ap'd Mas.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 545, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil BKstory. — Member of a Special U. S. Commission to examine and 
report on the Road and Telegraph Line of the Union Pacific R. R. Co., 1868. 
Died, Feb. 12, 1869, at Springfield, Mas. : Aged 63. 



546. . . (Born 0. ) . CATHARINUS P. BUCKINGHAM. (Ap'd O.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 546, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Merchant, New York City, 1863-68. Building Illinois 
Central Grain Elevators, and Re-building them, after being destroyed by 
the Chicago fire, 1868-73. President of Chicago 111. Steel Works, since 1873. 



547. . . .(Born D. C.) .JOSEPH SMITH BRYCE* (Ap'd D. C). .7 

For previous history, see No. 547, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Residence, Newport, R. I. in summer, and New York, in 
winter. 

548. . . .(BornGa.) JOHN MACKAY (Ap'd Ga.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 548, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 31, 1848, at Savannah, Ga. : Aged 42. 

549... (Born N.Y.).. CHARLES W. HACKLEY (Ap'd N. Y.)..9 

For previoiis history, see No. 519, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 10, 1861, at New York City: Aged 53. 

550 . (Born Ct.) MINER KNOWLTON (Ap'd Ct.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 550, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 24, 1870, at Burungton, N. J. : Aged 66. 

551. . . .(Born Eng.) JOHN C. CASEY (Ap'd N. J.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 551, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 25, 1856, at Fort Brooke, Fla. : Aged 47. 

*Named Joseph Brice Smith when he was graduated. 



76 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1829. Cl'ass Rank. 



552. . . .(Bom Ky.) WILLIAM R. McKEE (Ap'd Ky.). .12 

For previous historj', see No. 552, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Feb. 23, 1847, in the Battle of Buena Vista, Mexico: Aged 39. 



553. .. . (Born Va.) JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON (Ap'd Va.) . . 13 

For previous history, see No. 553, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — President of an Insurance Company, 18 — to 18 — . 
Author of " Narrative of Military Operations," 1874. Declined Presidency of 
Arkansas Industrial University, 1875. Member of the U. S. House of Rep- 
resentatives, from the State of Virginia, since Mar. 4, 1879. Residence, 
Richmond, Va. 

554. . . .(Born Md.) JOHN F. KENNEDY (Ap'd Md.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 554, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 19, 1837, at Charleston, S. C. : Aged 30. 



555. . . .(Bom Ky.). .. O. McKNIGHT MITCHEL (Ap'd 0). .15 

For previous history, see No. 555, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 30, 1862, at Beaufoet, S. C. : Aged 53. 



556. . . .(Born Va.) GUSTAVUS BROTVN (Ap'd Ky.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 556, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 12, 1832, at Fort Deaeborn, III. : Aged 25. 



557. .. . (Born Mas.) SIDNEY BURBANK (Ap'd Mas.) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 557, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as President of Examining Board of Can- 
didates for Army Appointments, Oct. 1, 1866, to May 31, 1867 ; in com- 
mand of regiment at Louisville, Ky., Dec. 1866, to Feb. 19, 1867, and Feb. 28, 
to Apr. 3, 1856 ; as Assistant Commissioner of the Bureau of Refugees, 
Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Jan., 1867, to Feb., 1869 ; in command of 
the District of Kentucky, Feb. 19, 1867, to Feb. 28, 1869 ; and as Su- 

(Unassigned Mae. 15, 1869, to May 1, 1870) 

perintendent of General Recruiting Service, Apr. 26, 1869, to May 1, 1870. 

Retired from Active Service, May 1, 1870, on his own application, 

after 40 consecutive Years of Service. 



558. . . .(BornN. Y.). . . .WILLIAM HOFFMAN (Ap'd N. Y.) .18 

For previous history, see No. 558, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kas., Apr. 18, 1866, to Mar. 6, 1868 ; on leave of absence and awaiting 
(Unassigned, Mar. 15, 1869) 

orders. Mar. 6, 1868, to Apr. 26, 1869 ; and as Superintendent of General Re- 
cruiting Service to May 1, 1870. 

Retired from Active Service, May 1, 1870, on his own application, 
after 40 consecutive Years of Service. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 77 

Number. 1829. Class Rank, 

559. . . (Born S. C.) CHARLES PETIGRU (Ap'd S. C). 19 

For previous history, see No. 559, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 6, 1835, at Apalachicola, Fla. : Aged 29. 

560. . . .(Born N. J.) . . . .FRANKLIN E. HUNT (Ap'd N. J.). .20 

For pre\'ious history, see No. 560, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Paymaster, District of Leavenworth, 
Kan., May 10, 1867, to Apr. 15, 1869,— of the Department of the Missouri, 
Apr. 15, 1869, to Feb. 24, 1871, and Mar. 2, 1872, to ; and Pay- 

master at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., Feb. 24, 1871, to Mar. 3, 1877. 
(Lieut. -Col. Staff — Dep. Paymastee-Gen., Mae. 3, 1877) 



561. . . .(Born N. Y. ).. LANCASTER P. LUPTON (Ap'd N. Y.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 561, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, ^Iay 18, 1853, in Califoenia : Aged 45. 



562. . . .(Born Me..) SETH EASTMAN (Ap'd Me.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 562, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Harrodsburg Military Asy- 
lum, Ky., Dec. 19, 1866, to Sep. 1867 ; and under the orders of the Secretary 
of the Interior, Sep., 1867, to Feb. 21, 1870. 

Died, Aug. 31, 1875, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 68. 



563. . . .(Born N. Y.) THOMAS SWORDS (Ap'd N. Y.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 563, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the Department 
of the Cumberland, Mar. 16, 1867, to Apr. 30, 1869. 

Retired feom Active Seevice, Feb. 22, 1869, undee the law of 
July 17, 1862, he being over the Age of 62 Years. 



564. . . .(Born N. H.) . . . .ALBEMARLE CADY (Ap'd N. H.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 564, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Retlred feom Active Seevice, May 18, 1864. 



565. . . . (Born N. Y.). . . THOMAS A. DAVIES (Ap'd N. Y.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 565, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, New York City. 



566 (Born Mas.) . . ALBERT G. BLANCHARD (Ap'd Mas) . . 26 

For previous history, see No. 566, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Surveyor and Civil Engineer, 1866-70. Deputy Surveyor 
of the City of New Orleans, La., 1870-78 ; and Assistant City Surveyor, 
since 1878. 



78 ailADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1829. Class Rank. 

567. . . (Born Mas.) CHILEAB S. HOWE (Ap'd N. Y.). .27 

For previous historj', see No. 567, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

568. . . .(Born Mas.) CALEB C. SIBLEY (Ap'd Mas.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 568, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of the District of Georgia 
headquarters at Macon, Mar. 12, 1867 to Feb. 22, 1869. 
Retired fbom Active Service, Feb. 22, 1869, under the law or July 17, 1862, 

HE BEING OVER THE AgE OF 62 YeARS. 

Died, Feb. 19, 1875, at Chicagg, III. : Aged 69. 

569. . . (Born Ga.) JAMES H. WRIGHT (Ap'd S. C). .29 

For previous history, see No. 569, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 21, 1830, at Jefferson Baeracks, Mo. : Aged 24. 

570. . .(Born Ct.) GEORGE A. STERLING (Ap'd Ct.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 570, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
CivilHistory.— Farmer, Sharon, Ct., 1845-69. 

Died, Oct. 17, 1869, at Sharon, Ct. : Aged 59. 



571. . . . (Born Pa.) JOSEPH H. PA"WLING (Ap'd Pa.) . .31 

For previous history, see No. 571, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 9, 1847, at Doylestown, Pa. : Aged 39. 



572. . . (Born Pa.) ANTES SNYDER (Ap'd Pa.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 572, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 18, 1861, at Pottstown, Pa. : Aged 55. 

573. . (Md.) -WILLIAM H. -WARFIELD (Ap'd Md.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 573, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mar. 26, 1857, at Groveland, ne.ir Sykesville, Md. : Aged 49. 

574. .. . (Born Pa.) JAMES CLARK (Ap'd Pa.) . 34 

For previous history, see No. 574, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— President of Gonzaga College, Washington, D. C , 
Aug. 24, 1868. to Feb. 2, 1874. Vici-President and Treasurer of Georgetown 
College, D. C, Feb. 27, 1867, to Aug. 24, 1868, and Feb. 2, to Aug. 24, 1874 • 
and Professor of Mathematics, Feb. 27, 1867, to Aug. 24, 1868, and Feb 2 1874' 
to Sep. 10, 1878. • - . 

575. . . .(Born O.) JAMES ALLEN (Ap'd Ind.), .35 

For previous history, see No. 575, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 23, 1846, at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. : .\ged 40. 



u. s. MILITARY acadp:my. 79 



Number. 1829. Class Rank. 

576. . . (Born N. J.) . ..JONATHAN FREEMAN (Ap'd N. J.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 576, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1854, at Jonesboro, III. : Aged 45. 

577. . . . (Born Me.) JOHN P. DAVIS (Ap'd Me.) . .37 

For previous history, see No. 577, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18 — , in Cherokee Nation. 



578. . . . (Born Mas.) GEORGE R. J. BOWDOIN (Ap'd Mas.) . . 38 

For previous history, see No. 578, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, New York City, 1832-70. 
. Died, Mae. 14, 1870, at London, England: Aged 60. 



579. .. . (Born N. C.) EDWIN R. LONG (Ap'd N. C.) . .39 

For previous history, see No. 579, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mae. 11, 1846, at Deteoit, Mich. : Aged 36. 



580. . . . (Born Va.) BENJAMIN W. BRICE (Ap'd O.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 580, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in charge of the Pay Department, Wash- 
ington, D. C, Oct. 8, 1864, to Jan. 1, 1872. 

Retired from Active Service, Jan. 1, 1872, at his own Request, tinder the 
Law of July 17, 1862, he being over the Age of 62 Years. 

581. . . .(Born 0.) ROBERT W. BURNET (Ap'd 0.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 581, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Residence, Cincinnati, O. 

582. . . .(Born Ga.) JAMES S. MOORE (Ap'd Ga.). .42 

For previous history, see No. 582, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Planter, near Warrior Stand, Ala., 1840-69. 

Died, July 25, 1869, near Warrior Stand, Ala. : Aged 63. 



583. .(Born Vt.) CHARLES O. MAY (Ap'd Vt.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 583, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 19, 1830, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. : Aged 21. 



584. . . (Born N. C.) THEOPHILUS H. HOLMES (Ap'd N. C). .44 

For previous history, see No. 584, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

Died, 18—. 



80 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1829-30. Class Bank. 

585. . . (Bom Ct.) , . EDWARD R. "WILLIAMS (Ap'd Ct.). 45 

For previous history, see No. 585, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History .^Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

586. . . . (Born S. C). . . .RICHARD B. SCREVEN (Ap'd S. C). .46 

For previous history, see No. 586, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 15, 1851, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 43. 



CLASS OF 1830. 

587. . . (Born N. C). . ALEXANDER J. SWIFT (Ap'd N. Y.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 587, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Apr. 24, 1847, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 37. 

588. . ..(BomGa.). . .. WILLIAM E. BASINGER (Ap'd Ga.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 588, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, in "Dade's Massacre," Fla. : Aged 29. 

589. . . (Bom D. C). .WALTER S. CHANDLER (Ap'd D. C). .3 

For previous history, see No. 589, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Drowned, Jan. 25, 1835, in Mobile Bay, Ala. : Aged 25. 

590. . . (Born R. L) FRANCIS VINTON (Ap'd R. L). .4 

For previous history, see No. 590, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1839-72. 
Assistant Minister of Trinity Church, New York City, 1855-72. Ludlow 
Professor of Ecclesiastical Polity and Canon Law in the General Theological 
Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church, Feb. 3, 1869 to Sep. 29, 1872. 
Author of Treaties on Canon Law, 18 — . 

Died, Sep. 29, 1872, at Brooklyn, N. Y. : Aged 63. 



591. . . (Born Va.) . .WILLIAM N. PENDLETON (Ap'd Va.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 591, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

592. . . (Bom Ten.). ...GEORGE W. LAWSON (Ap'd Ten.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 592, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1832, at Clinton, La. : Aged 23. 

593. . . .(Bom France) THOMAS J. LEE (Ap'd D. C). .7 

For previous historj', see No. 593, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Civil Engineer employed in the Engineer Bureau, Wash- 
ington, D. C, in connection with River and Harbor Improvements since 1867. 



U. S. MILITAHY AOADKiMV. 81 



Number. 1830. Class Kank. 

594. . (Bom Ky.) JOHN W. BARRY : (Ap'd Ky.). 8 

For previoiis history, see No. 594, Vol. I, of Register of GracUiates. 

Died, June 2. 1837, near Lexington, Ky. : Aged *27. 

595, . . .(Born Pu.) THOMAS B. LINNARD (Apd IV). .9 

For previous history, see No. 595, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died. Apr. 24, 1851. at Philadelphia, Pa. : Aged 40. 

596 . , , (Born Me. ) BENJAMIN POOLE (Apd Me. ) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 59(5, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 9, 1839, .\t St. Augustine, Fla. : Aged 29. 

597 . ,. . (Born Pa.) SIMON H. DRUM (Ap'd Pa). . . 11 

For previous history, see No. 597, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed. Sep. 13, 1847, in the Ass.vult of the City of Mexico : Aged 40. 

598 (Born Mas.) . ..JAMBS H. PRENTISS (Ap'd Ind.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 598, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 22, 1848, at Fort Polk, Tex. : Aged 39. 

599 . (Born Md.) .ROBERT H. K. WHITELY (Ap'd Del.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 599, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Alleghany Arsenal, Pa., 
Nov. 1, 1862, to Apr. 14, 1875 ; and as Member of Examination Board of 
Ordnance Officers for Promotion, 1867, and 1874. 

Retired from Active Service, Apr. 14, 1875, under the Law of 
July 17. 1862, he being oater the Age of 62 Years. 

600. . . (Born N. Y.) EDWIN ROSE (Ap'd N. Y.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 600, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 13, 1864, at Jamjuca, Long Island, N. Y. : Aged 57. 

601 . (Born Va. ) JOHN B. MAGRUDER (Ap'd Va. ) .. 15 

For previous history, see No. 601, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, Feb. 19, 1871. .\.t Houston, Tex. : Aged 64. 

602 ... . (Born Ky. ) ALBERT T. BLEDSOE (Ap'd Ky. ) . 16 

For previous history, see No. (i02, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

CivU History. — Editor of the "Southern Review," 1865-77. Clergyman of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church. 1836-71 : and of the Methodist Episcopal 

6 



82 GRADUATES OF THE 



NxJMBEB. 1830. Class Eank. 

Church, 1871-77. Author of "The Philosophy of Mathematics," 1865 ; and 
of "Is Davis a Traitor? Was Secession a Constitutional Eight previous to 
the "War of 1861?" Degree of LL.D., conferred by the University of Vir- 
ginia, 18 — . . 

Died, Dec. 8, 1877, at Alexandkia, Va. : Aged 69. 



603 (Born N. Y.) . ..JOHN S. STODDARD (Ap'd N. Y.) .17 

For previous history, see No. 603, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



604... (Bom Pa.) JOHN W. MURRAY (Ap'd Pa.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 604:, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentally Kllled, Feb. 14, 1831, at Ft. Gibson, I. T. : Aged 20. 



605. . . (Born Md.) JAMES "WEST (Ap'd Md.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 605, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Died, Sep. 28, 1834, at Ft. Gibson, I. T. : Aged 25. 



606 ...(Born N. H.) JAMES M. HILL (Ap'd Me.) 20 

For previous history, see No. 606, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 29, 1849, at Baltimoke, Md. : Aged 41. 



607... (Bom 111.) SAMUEL KINNEY (Ap'd 111.).. 21 

For previous history, see No. 607, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 3, 1835, at Ft. Gibson, I. T. : Aged 30. 



608 . , (Bom Vt.), JESSE H. LEAVENWORTH (Ap'd Vt.) .22 

For previous history, see No. 608, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil BUstory. ^Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

609. . . (Born Mo.). . . MERFWIBTHER L. CLARK (Ap'd Mo.) .23 

For previous history, see No. 609, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



610. . . (Bom Ten.) JOHN T. COLLINS^WORTH (Ap'd Ten.) 24 

For previous history, see No. 610, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 28, 1837, in Texas : Aged 28. 

611... (Bom R. I.) LLOYD J. BEALL (Ap'd Md.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 611, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. -Unknown, no certain infunuution having been received. 



U. S. MILITAKY ACADEMY. 83 



NuMBEB. 1830. Class Rank. 

612 (Born N. Y.) WILLIAM C. HEYWARD (Ap'd N. Y). .26 

For previous history, see No. 612. Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 1, 1863, at Charleston. S. C. : Aged 55. 

613. . . (Borii Pa.) JOSEPH RITNER (Apd Ph.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 613, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 18. 1834, at "Washington, Pa. : Aged 25. 

614. (Born N. C.) JOHN H. K. BURG"WIN (Ap'd N. C). .28 

For previous history, see No. 614, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Moet.vlly Wottnded, in the Assault of Pueblo de Taos, N. M., and 
Died, Feb. 7, 1847 : Aged 36. 

615. . . (Bom Va.) THOMAS L. ALEXANDER (Ap'd Ky.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 615, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Member of Examining Board of Appli- 
cants for promotion in the Army, Mar. 8, 1864 to Dec. 31, 1867 : and on 
Court Martial duty, July 1868 to Jan. 1869. 

Retired from Active Service Oct. 16, 1863. 



616 . (Born NY.) JAMES H. TAYLOR (Ap'd N. Y.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 616, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, Oct. 17, 1835, in the Cossitat River, I. T. : Aged 26. 

617. . (Born Md.). . ..ROBERT C. BUCHANAN (Ap'd D. C). .31 

For previous history, see No. 617, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Member of Commission on Claims of the 
State of Iowa, Jan. 30, 1867 to Jan. 1868 ; as Acting Commissioner of the 
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, Jan. 2, 1868 to Jan. 8, 
1869 ; and in command of District of Louisiana, Jan. 2, 1868 to Jan. 8, 1869, — ■ 
of Department of Louisiana, Jan. 8 to Mar. 31, 1869, — and of his regiment, 
Apr. 1869 to Dec. 15, 1870, at Ft. Wayne, Mich., to June 16, 1870, and Ft. 
Porter, N. Y. to Dec. 15, 1870. 

Retired from Active Service, Dec. 31, 1870, on his own application, 

AFTER 30 Years of continuqus Service. 

Died. Nov. 29. 1878, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 67. 

618. (Born Ky.) . CAMILLUS C. DAVIESS (Ap'd Ky.). 32 

For previous history, see No. 618, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died. 1842. at Stanford, Ky. : Aged 35. 



619 . (Born N. J.) JOHN S. VANDERVBER (Ap'd N. J.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 619, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — UnknoAvn. no certain information having been received. 



84 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1830. Class Rank. 

620. , (Bom Ten.). • THOMAS J. ROYSTER (Ap'd La.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 620, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 5, 1832, at Rock Island, III. : Aged 24. 

621. . .(Born 0.) GEORGE WTLSON (Ap'd O.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 621, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Banker, Lexington, Mo., since 1851. 



622 (Born R. L) GEORGE "W. PATTEN (Ap'd R. I.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 622, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on Court Martial duty, at New York City, 
Oct. 24, 1865 to July, 1869. 

Civil History. — Author of " Voices of the Border," 18 — ; and of " Episode 
of the Mexican War"— a Poem delivered, Sep. 14, 1878, the 31st Anniversary 
of the Capture of the City of Mexico. 

Retired fkom Active Service, Feb. 17, 1864. 



623 . . .(Born R. I.) "WILLIAM EUSTIS (Ap'd Mas.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 623, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Civil History. — Levee Engineer of Concordia Parish, La., 1863-73. Civil 
Engineer and City Surveyor, Natchez, 1863-75. Residence, Philadelphia, Pa. 

624 (Bom N. C). . DAVID A. MANNING (Ap'd N. C.)..38 

For previous history, see No. 624, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 21, 1835, at Key West, Fla. : Aged 26. 



625. . . (Bom N. Y.). .GEORGE W. McCLURE (Ap'd N. Y.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 625, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 21, 1834, at Cross Timbers, I. T. : Aged 25. 



626. . . (Born Md.) RICHARD H. ROSS (Ap'd Md.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 626, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 24, 1851, at Boston, Mas. : Aged 45. 



627 (Iknn Pa.) JOHN M. CLENDENIN (Ap'd Md.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 627, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 17, 1842, xt Madison B.u{racks. N. Y. : Aged 33. 



628 , (Born Mas.) STEPHEN B. LEGATE (Ap'd N. Y.) .42 

For previous history, see No. 628, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 1835, at , : Aged 24. 



tJ. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 85 



Number. 1831. Class Kank. 



CLASS OF 1831. 

629 . . (Born Ct.) ROSWBLL PARK (Ap'd N. Y.). .1 

For previoiis history, see No. 629, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Rector and Proprietor of the Immanuel Hall Seminary, 
near Chicago, 111., 1863-69. 

Died, July 16, 1869, neab Chicago, III. : Aged 62. 



630. . . .(Born Ky.) HENRY CLAY (Ap'd Ky.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 630, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Feb. 23, 1847, in the Battle of Buena Vista, Mex. : Aged 36. 

631. . . (Born N. C.) JAMES ALLEN (Ap'd N. C). .3 

For previous history, see No. 631, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 26, 1847, at Windsor, N. C. : Aged 37. 

632. . . .(Born Me.) BTENRY E. PRENTISS (Ap'd Me.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 632, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Mayor of the City of Bangor, Me., 1870-71. 
Died, July 2, 1873, at Bangor, Me. : Aged 64. 



633. . ..(Born Ten.). . . ALBERT MILLER LEA (Ap'd Ten.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 633, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — City Engineer of Galveston, Tex., 1866. Real Estate Agent, 
1870-74. Gardener, at Corsicana, Tex., since 1874. 



634. . . .(Born Va.) RICHARD H. PEYTON .(Ap'd Va.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 634, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 11, 1839, at Tampa Bay, Fla. : Aged 28. 



635. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . WILLIAM A. NORTON (Ap'd N. Y.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 635, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — -Author of various Scientific Papers, 1868-79. Member of 
the National Academy of Sciences, 1873. Professor of Civil Engineering in 
the Sheffield Scientific School of Yale College, Ct., since 1852. 



636. . . .(Bom Va.) GEORGE W. TURNER (Ap'd Va.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 636, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, by John Bro^vn's Raiders, Oct. 17, 1859, at Harpers Ferry, Va. ; 

Aged 49. 



637. . .(Born Md.) SAMUEL C. RIDGELY (Ap'd Md.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 637, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 6, 1859, at Georgetown^ D. C. : Aged 50. 



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Number. 1831. Class Bank. 



638. . (Bom N. Y.). SAMUEL H. MILLER (Ap'd N. Y.). 10 

For previous history, see No. 638, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 4, 1834, at , : Aged 24. 

639 (Born NY.) .GEORGE H. TALCOTT (Ap'd N. Y.) .11 

For previous history, see No. 639, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 8, 1854, at Indian Springs, Ga. : Aged 43. 



640 . . (Born Va.) JACOB AMMEN (Apd O.). ..12 

For previous history, see No. 640, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Civil Engineer, 1865-69. Surveyor and Engineer for 
Hamilton County, O., 1869-72. Farmer, Prince George's County, Md., 
since 1872. Member of the Board of Visitors to the Military Academy, 1875. 
Deputed by Secretary of the Navy to accompany Isthmus of Panama Com- 
mission, to examine the Nicaragua, and Atrato-Napipi Canal Routes, 1874. 
Residence, Beltsville, Md. 



641 . (Bom Pa. ). ANDRE'W A. HUMPHREYS (Ap'd Pa. ) , . 13 

For previous history, see No. 641, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Corps of Engineers, and 
in charge of Engineer Bureau, at Washington, D.C., since Aug. 8, 1866 ; and as 
Member of the Lighthouse Board, Feb. 20, 1870, to Jan. 1874, — of Commission 
to examine into Canal Routes across the Isthmus connecting North and South 
America, 1872-77, — of Board on Washington and Georgetown Harbor Im- 
provements, 1872-73, — of Revising Board for Bulkhead and Pier Line, of 
Brooklyn, since May, 1872, — of Staten Island, since Aug. 1875, — and Hudson 
River (Troy to Hudson), since June 18, 1877, — of Board for Survey of Balti- 
more Harbor and adjacent waters, since May, 1876, — of Washington Monu- 
ment (Commission, since Jan. 1877, — of Advisory Board to Massachusett's 
Harbor Commissioners, since Jan. 1877, — and of Examining Board of Moline 
Wat(M- Power Company contracts, Apr. 10, to June 13, 1877. 



642 (Born Md.) 'WILLIAM H. EMORY (Apd Md.). .14 

For }trevious history, see No. (542, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. -Served : in command of District (subsequently 
(hanged to Department) of Washingt(Ui, Oct. 11. 1836, to Aug. 14. 1868": 
as Mt'Uibt'r of Examining Board of Candidates for Promotion in the Army. 
IHCfi, -of Retiring Hoard, 1867. and Cavalry Tactics Board. Aug. 14. 1868. to 
Apr. 2(!, IKOO ; in command of the District of the Republit-an, July 7. 1869, 
to Oct. 26, 1871, and of Department of the Gulf, Nov. 28. 1871. to Mar, 27, 
HS75 ; awaiting orders, Mar.-Oct., 1875 : and as President of Retiring Board, 
Oct. 11. 1H75, to July 1, 1H76. 

Retiukd fk(^m Active Service, July 1, 1876, under the Law of 
•JfNK 26. 1876. WITH the bank of Brigadier-Gen'eral. 



643 . (Born Md.). "WILLIAM CHAPMAN (Ap'd Md.). ,15 

Por previous history, set- No. (^43, Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 
Retired from Acth-e Servioe, Aug. 26, 1863. 



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Number. 1831. Class Eank. 

644. . . (Born E. 1.). CHARLES H. LARNARD (Ap'd R. I.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 644, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Deowned, May 27, 1854, in Puget's Sound : Aged 43. 

645. .. . (Bom N. H.). .ELBRIDGE G. EASTMAN (Ap'd N. H.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 645, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 6, 1834, at Fort Gibson, I. T. : Aged 26. 

646. . . .(Born N. J.) MOSES SCOTT (Ap'd N. J.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 646, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1858, at Brooklyn, N. Y. : Aged 46. 

647. . . (Born Pa.) THOMAS J. McKBAN (Ap'd Pa.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 647, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Mayor of Marion, la., 1865. Farmer, near Marion, la., 
1866-69. Delegate from Iowa to the Republican National Convention at 
Chicago, 111., for the nomination of President, 1868. Appointed Pension 
Agent for the Eastern District of Iowa, 1869 : declined. 

Died, Apr. 19, 1870, at Marion, O. : Aged 60. 



648 (Born N. Y.). HENRY VAN RENSSELAER. . (Ap'd N. Y.). .20 
For previous history, see No, 648, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 23, 1864, at Cincinnati, O. : Aged 54. 



649 ....(Born N. Y.) EDMUND A. OGDEN (Ap'd N. Y.)..21 

For previous history, see No. 649, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 3, 1855, at Ft. Rlley, Kan. : Aged 44. 

650. . . (Born S. C). . . LUCIUS B. NORTHROP (Ap'd S. C). .22 

For previous history, see No. 650, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

651 . (Born Ky.). . . ERASMUS F. COVINGTON (Ap'd Ky.) . .23 

For previous history, see No. 651, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 14, 1838, at Bowling Green, Ky. : Aged 29. 



652. .. . (Bom N. J.). . . .HORATIO P. VAN CLEVE. . . . (Ap'd N. J.). .24 
For previous history, see No. 652, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
(BvT. Major General U. S. Volunteers, Mar. 13, 1865, for Gal- 
lant AND Meritorious Services during the Rebellion) 

_ Civil History.— Adjutant-General of the State of Minnesota, 1866-70, and 
since 1876. Appointed Warden of the State Prison of Minnesota, 1870 ; de- 
clined. Postmaster of St. Anthony, Min., 1871-73. Residence, Minneapolis, 
Min. 



88 GKADLATKS oF THE 



Number. 1831-32. Class Rank. 

653 (B<nn Pa.) BRADFORD R. ALDEN" (Ap'd N. Y.). 25 

F<n- i)i-evious hiKtory, see No. 653. Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 10, 1870, at Newport. R. I. : Aged o9. 

654. . , (Born Del.) THOMAS STOCKTON (Apd Del.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 654, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 25, 1860, at CoLxmBus, O. : Aged 50. 

655 (Born N. Y.) SAMUEL R. CURTIS (Ap'd O.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 655, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dep. 26. 1866, at Council Bluffs, I.\. : Aged 60. 

656. . . (Born Ga.) JAMES S. WILLIAMS (Ap'd Ga.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 656, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 7. 1871, on Staten Island, N. Y. : Aged 60. 

657. . .(Born Pa.) INGHAM WOOD (Ap'd Pa.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 657, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 13, 1837, at Donaldhonville, La. : Aged 26. 

658 (Born N. Y). FREDERICK WILKINSON (Apd N. Y). .30 

For previous hist(n'y, see No. 658, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Mak. 22, 1841. .\t New Orle.4.ns, La. : Aged 29. 

659. . . (Born N. C.) JOHN G. HARVEY (Ap'd N. C). .31 

For previous history, see No. 65lt. Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Editor of Greensboro "Alabama Beaeon " sinee 1844. 



660 (Born Ct. ) . . CHARLES WHITTLESEY (Apd O.) . , 32 

For providus history, see No. 660, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History --Residence, Cleveland, O. 

661. . (Born Pa.) JOHN CONRAD (Ap'd Pa.). .33 

For previous history, see No. iUW, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates, 
Died, Aug. 10. 1H.3H, .\t . I .\mes Island, Fi..\. : Aged 30, 



CLASS OF 18 32. 

662 (Born Mas,), .GEORGE ^W. "WARD (Ap'd Mas.). .1 

For previous history, see No. (162, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
DiKi), Oct. 13, IH",!. AT Centkeville, Cal. : Aged 43. 



tr. S, MILITAKY ACADEMY. 89 



Number. 1832. Class Rank. 



663. . (Born Mis.) .ROBERT PERCY SMITH (Ap'd Mis.) 2 

For previous history, see No. 663, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1846, at Natchez, Mis. : Aged 35. 

664 .... (Born D. C. ) ,. . BENJAMIN S. EWBLL (Ap'd Va. ) . . 3 

For previous history, see No. 664, Vol. I, of Register of Gradxiates. 

Civil History. —President of William and Mary College. Williamsburg. 
Va., since 1866. 

665 . . .(Born O.) GEORGE W. CASS (Bom O.). .4 

For jn-evious history, see No. 6(i5, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — President of Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail- 
road, 1856-58, and since 1859 ; and of Northern Pacitic Railroad, 1871-78. 
Lay Delegate to the Protestant Episcopal Convention, New York City, 1874. 



666. . . (Born Mas.) JACOB W. BAILEY (Ap'd R. I.). 

For previous history, see No. 666, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 26, 1857, at West Point, N. Y. : Aged 45. 



667 . (Born Va.).. PHILIP ST. GEORGE COCKE (Ap'd Va.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 667, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 26, 1861, in Powhatan Co., Va. : Aged 53. 



668 . . (Born Ct.) HENRY G. SILL (Ap'd Ct.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 668, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 1, 1835, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 25. 



669. . . (Born 0.) JOSEPH C. VANCE (Ap'd 0.). .8 

For pi'evious history, see No. 669, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentai^ly Killed, 1840, neak Wheeling, Va. : Aged 30. 



670 (Born Me.) GEORGE WATSON (Ap'd Me.). 9 

For previoiis history, see No. 670, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



671 , . (Born Mas.) ERASMUS D. KEYS. , .' (Ap'd Me.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 671, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Vice-President of California Vine-culture Society, for Napa 
County, 1868-72 : of Humbolt Savings and Loan Society, 1868-72 :' and Pres- 
ident of Mexican Gold-Mining Company, 1867-69, Residence, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

672 . . (Born N. H. ) FRANKLIN McDUFFEE (Ap'd N. H. ) . 11 

For iirevious history, see No. 672, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 15, 1832, \t Fokt Deabborn, III. : Ac^ed 22. 



90 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1832. Class Bank. 



673 . . (Born Pa.) LEWIS HOWELL (Ap'd Pa.) , . 12 

For j)ievious history, see No. 673, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 23, 1854, at Baltimoee, Md. : Aged 43. 

674. . .(Born Pa.) WILLIAM WALL (Ap'dPa.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 674, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 13, 1847, at Puebla, Mex. : Aged 39. 



675. . . . (Born N. Y.) JOHN N. MACOMB (Apd N. Y.) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 675, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Superintending Engineer of the Improve- 
ment of Western Rivers (except the Ohio) Aug. 22, 1866 to July 17, 1870, — 
of Survey of Fox and Wisconsin Rivers, May 31, 1870 to May 5, 1871, — of 
Improvement of the Upper Mississippi, May 31, 1870 to Nov. 15, 1877, — of 
Improvement of Wisconsin and Minnesota Rivers, May 31, 1870 to Ai^r. 1873, 
—of Construction of Rock Island Bridge, May 31, 1870 to Feb. 4, 1873,— of 
Improvement of Illinois River, and Des Moines Rapids of the Mississippi, 
Oct. 1, 1870 to Nov. 13, 1877,— of Survey of Hennipin Ship Canal to Rock 
Island, 111., Oct. 1, 1870 to July 12, 1875,— of Improvement of St. Anthony's 
Falls, Jan. 1871 to Apr. 1873,— of Survey of Chippewa River, Wis., Mar. 1872, 
and of Minnesota River above mouth of Y'ellow Medicine, Jan. 1872, — of 
Construction of lock and dam at Meecher's Island, Min., Mar. -Apr. 1873, — 
of Imjirovement of Transportation Route from St. Anthony's Falls to 
Alton, III, July, 1874 to Nov. 15, 1877,— of the Defenses and Harbor 
Improvements in Delaware Bay and River, Nov. 29, 1877 to , — and 

of the Improvement of Shrewsbury River and Cobansey Creek, N. J., Dela- 
ware and Broadkiln River, Del., and Schuylkill River, *Pa., Nov. 29, 1877 to 
; and as Member of various Engineer Boards to consider the Im- 
provement of Des Moines Rapids, Mississippi River, Apr.-July, 1867, — 
of Buftalo Harbor, N. Y., Jan. 1868 and Apr. 1873,— of Harbor of "Refuge at 
New Buffalo, Mich., Jan. 1868,— of Erie Harbor, Pa., Mar. 1868,— of Toledo 
Harbor, O., Jan. 1869, — of certain harbors on Lakes Superior and Michigan, 
Jan. 1870, — of Des Moines and Rock Island Raj^ids, Sejj. 1870, — of Illinois 
River, June, 1871, — of Harbor of Refuge on Lake Huron, Oct. 1871, — of La 
Crosse Bridge, Wis., July-Aug. 1872 and Jan. 1875, — on dredging Bay of Su- 
perior, Apr. 1873, — on Mississippi Bridge, between Warsaw, 111., and Alexan- 
dria. Mo., Aug. 1873, — for Preservation of the Falls of St. Anthony, Apr. 
1874, — on Mississippi Bridge near Clinton, la., Oct. 1874, — on Lock and 
Sluices around Des Moines Rajjids, May, 1875, — on Mississijjpi Pile and 
Ponton Bridge at Dubuque, la., May-June, 1875, — on Sheer-Booms for Mis- 
sissippi Bridge-Piers, July 7, 1876 to Feb. 2, 1877, — and Channel of Missis- 
sipi)i, opposite La Crosse, Jan. 13, to Aug. 18, 1877. 



676 (Born S. C.) EDWARD DEAS (Ap'd S. C). .15 

For previous history, see No. (176, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, May 16, 1849, in the Rio Grande, Tex. : Aged 37. 



677 (Born N. Y.) JOHN E. BRACKETT (Ap'd N. Y.) .16 

For previous history, see No. 677, Vol. 1, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 25, 1H55, at Rock Island, III. : Aged 42. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 91 



NuMBBB. 1832. Class Eank. 

678. . (Born Pa.) TATARD B. BURNETT (Ap'd Pa). .17 

For previous history, see No. 678, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

679 . . .(Born N. J.) JAMBS H. SIMPSON (Ap'd N. J.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 679, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Engineer of the Interior Depai-tment 
at Washington, D. C, Aug. 8, 1865, to Oct., 1867 ; as Superintending 
Engineer of the Defenses of Key West and Tortugas, Fla., Dec, 1867, to 
Dec. 31, 1868,— of Ft. Madison, i\Id., May 25, 1868. to July 21, 1869,— of the 
Defenses of Baltimore and Washington, Md., May 25, 1868, to Dec. 31, 1869, 
— of Improvement of Patapsco and Susquehanna Rivers, May 25, 1868, to 
Nov. 6, 1870,— of Sixth Lighthouse District, Dec. 26, 1868, to May 31, 1869, 
and of Fifth District, Dec. 26, 1868, to Nov. 11, 1870,— of Surveys and Im- 
provements at mouth of the Cape Fear and Nag's Head, N. C, and Cambridge 
and Queenstown Harbors. Md., July-No v., 1870, — of Defenses of Mobile, 
Pensacola and Ship Island, of Improvement of Mobile Bay and Harbor, of 
Surveys of Coosa, Tombigbee and Apalachicola Rivers, and of Eighth Light- 
house District, east of Pearl River, Dec. 5, 1870, to Dec. 6, 1872, — of Surveys 
on Choctawhatchee, Chattahoochee and St. Mark's River, and Tampa and 
Apalachicola Bays, Mar., 1871, to Dec. 6, 1872, — of Improvement of Tombigbee 
River, Dredging Cedar Keys Bar, and Surveys of its Harbor, June-Dec, 1872, 
— of Removal of Obstructions in Mississippi, Missoiari, Arkansas, White and 
St. Francis Rivers, and Survey of Forked Deer River, Ten., Jan.-Apr., 1873, — 
of Improvement of Ouchita and Yazoo Rivers, Jan.-May, 1873, — of Improve- 
ment of the Little Missouri, and Current Rivers, Jan. 1, 1873, to , 1875, 
— of Improvement of Osage River, Jan. 1, 1873, to , 1877, — of Improve- 
ment of the Mississippi between the mouths of the Illinois and Ohio 
Rivers, Jan. 1, 1873, to , — of Survey of the portion of the " Mississippi 
Roiite " lying between Alton and the mouth of the Ohio River, July, 1874, 
to Jan. 20, 1875; and as Member of Board on Improvement of AiJi^omatox 
River, Sep. 15, to Nov. 19, 1870, and on Mobile Harbor, Jan. 20, to Feb. 14, 
1872, and Dec 10-11, 1873,— on Preservation of Vicksburg, Mis., Waterfront, 
July 17, 1877, to Jan. 23, 1878, ^on Bridges at East Boston, Mas., Sep., 1868. 
at Montgomery, Ala., Feb., 1872, at Nebraska City, Jan. 1873, at Little Rock, 
Ark, May-Tuly, 1873, at Louisiana. Mo., June, 1873, at St. Louis, Mo., 
Aug. -Sep., 1873, at Carondelet, Mo., June-Aiig., 1874, at Cincinnati, O., 
Aug., 1874, at Clinton, la., Oct. 1874, over Mississippi (sheer-booms on iipper 
ends of piers), July 7, 1876, to Feb. 2, 1877, at Beaver, Pa., Aug., 1877,— and 
on Thom's claim for building Iron Tug Boat, Apr. 7, to May 21, 1875. 

Civil History. — Author of •' Shortest Route to California across the Great 
Basin of Utah," 1869 ; and of "Essay on Coronado's March in Search of the 
Seven Cities of Cibola," 1869. Delegate from Missouri to the General Con- 
vention of the Episcopal Church, at New York City, 1874, and at Boston, 1877. 

680. . . .(Born Mich.) ALFRED BRUSH (Ap'd Mich.). .19 

For previous historj', see No. 680, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Physician, Detroit, Mich., 1836-70. 

Died, Apk. 12, 1870, at Detboit, Mich. : Aged 59. 



681. . . .(Born Ten.) RICHARD G. FAIN (Ap'd Ten.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 681, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Merchant, Rogersville, Ten., since 1866. 



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NuMBEB. 1832. Class Bank. 



682 (Born Ten.) HENDERSON K. YOAKUM. (Ap'd Ten.). 21 
For previous history, see No. 682, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 29, 1856, at Houston, Tex. : Aged 46. 



683. . . .(Bom Md.) TENCH TILGHMAN (Ap'd Md.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 683, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Farmer, Oxford, Md., 1834-74. 

Died, Dec. 22, 1874, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 65. 



684. . . . (Bom Vt.) WILLIAM H. PETTES (Ap'd Vt.) . 23 

For previous history, see No. 684, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

685 (Born Ala.). THEOPHILUS F. J. WILKINSON.. (Ap'd Ala.). .24 
For previous history, see No. 685, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1840, at , : Aged 29. 



686. . . (Born Pa.). . . . LORENZO SITGREAVES (Ap'd Pa.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 686, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Retired fbom Active Seevice, July 10, 1866. 



687 (Born Ky.). GEORGE B. CRITTENDEN (Ap'd Ky.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 687, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Auditor of the State of Kentucky, 1866. Librarian of the 
State Liln-arv of Kentuckv, since 18 — . 



688. . . (Born N. Y.) JACOB BRO"WN (Ap'd N. Y.) . 27 

For previous history, see No. 688, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 24, 1841, at St. Augustine, Fla. : Aged 29. 

689 (BornN. Y.) . . DANIEL P "WHITING (Ap'd N. Y.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 689, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Retired from Active Service, Nov. 4, 1863. 

690 . (Born Mas.). . RANDOLPH B. MARCY (Ap'd Mas.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 690, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. Served : as Inspector-General of the Division of the 

(BvT.-MA.ioii-CiENEKAL U. S. Army, M.ui. 13, 1865, FOR Faithful .\Nn 

Meritorious Services IDuring the Rebellion) 

Missouri, Si^p. 28, 186(;, to Mar. 8, 1869, and at Heaquarters of the Army, 

(Brig.-Gen. Staff Inspector-General, U. S. Army, Dec. 12. 1868) 
since Mar. 8, 1869; and as President of Ai'niy EegTilation Board. 
Civil History. Author of "Border Remihiscences," 187L 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 93 

Number. 1832. Class Rank. 

691. . . . (Born Ky.) JAMES P. HARDIN (Ap'd Ky.) . . 30 

For previons history, see No. G91, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 26, 1842, at Babdstown, Ky. : Aged 31. 

692 ... (Born Me. ) THOMAS M. HILL (Ap'd Me. ) . . 31 

For previons history, see No. 692, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiaates. 
Died, July 10, 1838, at Bath, Me. : Aged 27. 



693. . . . (Born N. H.) ROGER S. DIX (Ap'd N. H.) . . 32 

For previous history, see No. 693, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 7, 1849, at Hillsboeough, Pa. : Aged 38. 

694. . . (Born Md.) ROBERT H. ARCHER (Apd Md.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 694, Vol. I, of Register of Gradxiates. 

Civil History. — Principal of Patapsoo Female Institute, Ellieott's Mills. 
Md., 1856-75. 

Died, Aug. 11, 1875, near Washington, D. C. : Aged 63. 



695 .... (Born N. Y. ) . . . JAMES V. BOMFORD (Ap'd D. C. ) . . 34 

For previous history, see No. 695, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of District of North Carolina, 
Sep. 20. 1866, to Apr., 1867,— of regiment at Raleigh, N. C, Apr. 1867, to 
May, 18, 1868,— of District of South Carolina, May 18, 1868, to Oct. 23, 1870,— 
iuid of regiment at David's Island, New York Harbor, Nov. 5, 1870, to July 5, 
1872 ; as Acting Insjaector in the Department of the Platte, at Omaha, Neb., 
July 15 to Oct. 1, 1872 ; in command of regiment, at Fort D. A. Russell. 
Wy. Oct. 5, 1872, to Nov. 26, 1873 ; and on sick leave of absence, Nov. 5(i, 
1873, to June 8, 1874. 

Retieed from Acti\'e Service, June 8, 1872, under the Law of 
July 17, 1862, he being o\'ee the ActE of 62 Years. 



696 . (Born N. C). .. .RICHARD C. GATLIN (Ap'd N. C). .35 

For previotis history, see No. 696, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



697. . . (Born Me.) WILLIAM H. STORER (Apd N. Y.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 697, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Farmer, Gorham, Me., 1839-78. 

Died, Aug. 21, 1878, at Gorham, Me. : Aged 67. 



698. . . .(Born Va.) GEORGE H. GRIFFIN (Ap'd Va.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 698, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Oct. 8, 1839, at Tampa, Fla. : Aged 30. 



94 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1832. Class Rank. 



699 . . (Bom Mas.) JOHN BEACH (Apd X. H.). .38 

For previous history, see No. G99, Vol. I, of Register of Grachiates. 

Civil History.— Farmer and Merchant, Agency City, Iowa, 1847-63. En- 
gaged in literary pursuits, 1863-74. 

Died, Aug. 31. 1874, at Agency City, Iowa: Aged 62. 



700 (Born Va. ) WILLIAM O. KBLLO (Ap d Va. ) . . 39 

For jDi-evious history, see No. 700, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, J.\n. 27, 1848, in Soiithampton Co., Va. : Aged 39. 



701 (Bom N. Y.) HENRY SWARTWOUT (Apd N. Y.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 701, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jitly 1, 1852, at Fort Meade, Fla.: Aged 41. 



702 (Born O.) GAINES P. KINGSBURY (Apd O.). ,41 

For previous history, see No. 702, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 15, 1839, in the Indian Teeeitoey : Aged 29. 



703 (Born Ky.) HUMPHREY MARSHALL (Apd Ky.) .42 

For previous history, see No. 703, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law in Richmond. Va.. and Louisville, Kj'., 
1863-72. 

Died, Mar. 28, 1872, at Louisville, Ky. : Aged 60. 



704 . (Born Pa. ) JAMES M. BOWMAN (Apd Pa. ) . . 43 

For previous history, see No. 704, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 21, 1839, at Foet Wayne, I. T. : Aged 31. 



705 . (Born Ten. ) ASBURY URY (Apd Ten. ) . . 44 

For previous history, see No. 705, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, .\pe. 13, 1838, .\t Mat.\nz.\s, Island of Cuba, W. I.: Aged 29. 



706 (Born 111.) ALBERT G. EDWARDS (Apd 111.) 45 

For j)r('vio\XK history, see No. 706, \o\. 1, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. -Merchant, St. Louis, Mo., 1835 to 18~. Assistant Treas- 
urer of the United States, at St. Louis, Mo., 18— to 18—. Member of the 
Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military Academy, 1871. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 1)5 

Number. 1833. Class Rank. 

CLASS OF 1833. 

707 , . (Born Mas.) FREDERIC A. SMITH (Ap'd Mas.) , 1 

For previous history, see No. 707, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 16, 1852, at Washington, D. C: Aged 40. 



708. . . .(Born Mas.) JOHN G. BARNARD (Ap'd Mas.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 708, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : as Member of the Board of Engineers for 
Fortili cations, and Harbor and River Obstructions, required for the Defense 
of the Territory of the United States, since May 18, 1867 ; as Member of the 
Lighthouse Board, since Feb. 20, 1870 ; as Member of the Commission to 
Euroi^e to collect information ,upon the Fabrication of Iron for Defensive 
Purposes. June-Nov., 1870, — of Board on Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, 
Mar., 1870, — of Board on Louisville and Portland Canal Locks, Nov. 22 to 
Dec. 19, 1871, — of Board to devise a Ship Canal to connect the Lower Missis- 
sippi with the Gulf of Mexico, July 20, 1873, to Jan. 20, 1874,— of Board to 
report upon the James River and Kanawha Canal project, Jan. -May, 1874, — 
of Commission to report upon certain subjects connected with the Im- 
provement of the South Pass of the Mississippi River, Nov., 1876, — of Boards 
for the examination of Engineer Officers for Promotion, Dec, 1875, and 
Feb., 1877, — of Commission to ascertain the cost of removal of U. S. Naval 
Observatory, June 20, 1878, to , — of Board on Improvement of 

the low-water navigation of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, July 8, 
1878, to , — of Board to report the progress of construction of the 

South Pass Jetties at the mouth of the Mississippi, Oct. 22, 1878, to 

Civil History. — Member of Commission, on behalf of the Tehuantejjec Rail- 
way and Canal Company, to examine the principal watei^w^ays of Euroije, 
Aug. 16 to Nov. 22, 1871, — and of Advisory Engineer Commission to consider 
James B. Eads' plans for the Improvement of the South Pass of the Missis- 
sippi River. Author of ' ' Rejjort on the Defenses of Washington" (Professional 
Papersof the Corps of Engineers, No. 20), — of Report (jointly with Gen. H. G. 
Wright and Col. P. S. Michie), — on the "Fabrication of Iron for Defensive 
Purposes " (Professional Papers of the Corps of Engineers, No. 21, and Suj)- 
plement), — of "Report on the North Sea Canal of Holland," etc. (Professional 
Papers of the Corps of Engineers, No. 22), — of Pajiers on the Precession of 
the Equinoxes, the Pendulum, and the Internal Structure of the Earth 
(Smithsonian Contributions, Nos. 240 and 310), — and of various Scientific 
and Professional Reports. 

709 ... (Born N. Y.). . . GEORGE W. CULLUM (Ap'd Pa.) . . 3 

For previous history, see No. 709, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : as Member of the Board of Engineers for For- 
tifications and Harbor and River Obstructions, required for the Territory 
of the United States, May 18, 1867, to Jan. 13, 1874 (leave of absence in 
Europe, May 21 to Nov. 4, 1873), — and of Board for the examination of offi- 
cers of the Corps of Engineers for Promotion, June 20 to Sep. 6, 1872. 
Retired fkom Active Service, Jan. 13, 1874, under the Law of 
July 17, 1862, he being over the Age of 62 Ye.\rs. 
Civil History. — Vice-President of the American Geographical Society, at 
New York City, since Jan. 13, 1874. Author of Biographical Sketch of Major- 
General Richard Montgomery, of the Continental Army, 1876. and of various 
other Military Biographies, 1866-78 ; of the Campaigns and Engineers of the 
War of 1812-15 against Great Britain, 1879 ; and of Revised Edition, with 
Supplement, of Biographical Register of the Officers and Graduates of the 
LTnited States Military Academy, from its establishment, March 16, 1802, to 
Jan. 1, 1879. 



96 GRADUATES OF TJIP: 



NuMBEK. 1833. Class Rank. 



710. . . (Born N. Y.) RUFUS KING (Ap'd N. Y.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 710, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Deputy Collector of Customs for the Port of New York, 
1867-69. 

Died, Oct. 13, 1876. at New York C'ity : Aged 63. 

711. . . .(Born Va.) FRANCIS H. SMITH (Apd Va.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 711, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute. Lexing- 
ton. Va., since Oct. 16, 18(55. (when instruction at the School was resumed). 



712 .... (Born N. Y. ) WILLIAM H. SIDELL (Ap'd N. Y. ) . 6 

For previous history, see No. 712, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on frontier duty in Dakota Ter. 1867-68 : 
on leave of al)sence 1868 ; on frontier duty, at Ft. Abercrombie, Dakota Ter. 

(ITx.vssiGNED May 15, 1869, to Dec. 15, 1870) 
18()8-69 ; in command of Recruiting Depot, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.. 1869-70 ; 
and on sick leave of absence Oct. 27, to Dec. 15, 1870. 

(Retiked from Active Service, Dec. 15, 1870, fok Disability 

CONTKACTED IN THE LiNE OF DftY) 

Died, July 1, 1873. at New York City : Aged 63. 



713. . (Born Va.) iDAVID B.HARRIS (Ap'd A'a.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 713, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 10, 1864, at C-harlestowk. S. C. : Aged 50. 

714 .... (Born Mas. ) ROSWELL W LEE (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 8 

For previous history, see No. 714, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died. Dec. 20, 1873, at Bonham, Tex. : Aged 63. 



715. (Born N. Y.). .WILLIAM W. S. BLISS (Apd N. H.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 715, Vol. I, of Register i>f Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 5, 1853, at .East Pascagoxjla. Mis. : Aged 38. 

716. , . .(Born Ct.) ERASTUS A. CAPRON (Ap'd N. Y.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 716. Vol. I, oi Kcgister of Graduates. 

Killed, Axtg. 20, 1847, in the Battle of Chitrt'btt.sco, Mex. : Aged 37. 

717. . (Born Ten.) ISAIAH GARRET (Apd Mo.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 717, Vol. I, of Register of (haduates. 

Civil History. Counsellor at Law, M<niroe. La., 1835-74. 
i)n;i), May 5, 1874, \i' Monroe, La. : Aged 60. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 97 



NuMBEE. 1833. Class Rank. 

718. . . (Bom Pa.) JOHN H MILLER (Ap'd Pa.) . . 12 

For previous history, see No. 718, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 12, 1850, at Cooksville, Pa. : Aged 40. 



719 , . .(Borii N. H.) DAVID E. HALE (Ap'tl N. H.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 719, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 30. 1839, at Plattsbueg, N. Y. : Aged 24. 



720. . . .(Born Mas.) ROBERT R. MUDGE (Ap'd Mas.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 720, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, in Dade's M.4.ssacke, Fla. : Aged 26. 



721. . . .(Born Ten.) JOHN A. THOMAS (Ap'd Ten.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 721, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 26, 1858, at Paeis, France : Aged 47. 



722. . . (Born Va.) J. LUCIUS DAVIS (Ap'd Va.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 722, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Superintendent of Public Instruction for the County of 
Buckingham, Va., 18— to 1871. 

Died, May 11, 1871, near Buckingham C. H., Va. : Aged 58. 



723. . . .(Born Pa.) EDMUND SCHRIVER (Ap'd Pa.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 723, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on special duty in the Secretary of War's Office, 
Dec. 10, 1865, to Apr. 15, 1871 ; in charge of the Inspection Bureau, Dec. 10, 
1865 to Mar. 1869, and May 1871 to Oct. 1872 ; as Inspector of the Military 
Academy, July 30, 1866, to Apr. 15, 1871 ; on tour of Inspection in Texas, 
New-Mexico, and Kansas, and of the Recruiting Service, Oct. 1872, to Jan. 25, 
1873 ; in preparing reports in Washington, particularly upon the affairs of 
the Freedmen's Bureau, Jan. -Oct., 1873 ; on duty in the War Department, 
Oct. 1873 to May 1876 ; as Inspector of the Division of the Pacific, May 29, 
1876 to ; and as Member of Retiring Board at San Francisco, 

Cal., Nov. 16, to Dec. 15, 1877, — and of Board to examine the case of Doctor 
Hammond, late Surgeon-General, U. S. Army, Nov. 19, 1878, to 



724. . . .(Born Ky.) HENRY WALLER (Ap'd Ky.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 724, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Chicago, 111., since 1854. 



725. . . . (Born Ct.) JOHN H. ALLEN (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 19 

For previous history, see No. 725, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, . 18 — , in Texas. 



98 GKADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1833. Class Rank. 



726. . .(Born Pa.). . . .ALEXANDER E. SHIR AS (Ap'd N. J.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 726, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Commissary General of Sub- 
sistence, at Washington, D. C, Feb. 9, 1863, to June 23, 1874 ; and in charge 
(Beig.-Gen. Staff — Commissary Geneeal of Subsistence, 
June 23, 187i) 
of the Bureau of Subsistence, June 23, 1874, to Apr. 14, 1875. 

Died, Ape. 14, 1875, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 63. 



727. . . .(Born Del.) HENRY DU PONT (Ap'd Del.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 727, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Director and Proprietor of Du Font's Powder Mills, near 
Wilmington, Del., since 1834. 



728... (Born Vt.) BENJAMIN ALVORD (Ap'd Vt.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 728, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Paymaster of the District of Omaha, 

May 25, 1867, to Apr. 15, 1869, — and of the Department of the Platte, 

(Paymastee-Geneeal of the U. S. Aemy, Jan. 1, 1872, with eank or 

Colonel, and of Beigadxee-Geneeal, July 22, 1876) 

Apr. 15, 1869, to Dec. 28, 1871 ; and in charge of the Paymaster General's 

OlSce, since Jan. 1, 1872. 

Civil History. — Author of "Memoir on the Intersection of Circles, and 
the Intersection of Spheres," 1860, and, with extensions, read, 1878, before the 
National Academy of Sciences. 

729 (Born Ct.) GEORGE D. DIMON (Ap'd Ct) . .23 

For previous history, see No. 729, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 16, 1834, at Foet Ceawford, Wis. : Aged 23. 



730. . . .(Born Va.). . . ISAAC R. D. BURNETT (Ap'd Ind.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 730, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 15, 1846, at Deteoit, Mich. : Aged 35. 



731. ...(Born Pa.) JACOB E. BLAKE (Ap'd Pa.).. 25 

For previous history, see No. 731, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentally Killed, May 9, 1846, at Palo Alto, Tex. : Aged 34. 



732. . . .(Born Mas.) JOHN L. HOOPER (Ap'd Mas.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 732, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1840, at Sea : Aged 26. 



733. .. .(Born Ala.) JOEL RIGGS (Ap'd Ala.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 733, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1865, at Mobile, Ala. : Aged 53. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 99 



Number. 1833. Class Eank. 

734. . . .(Bom Ten.). . , .JOHN W. McCRABB (Ap'd Ten.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 734, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 6, 1839, at St. Augustine, Fla. : Aged 29. 



735 (Born Ct.) HENRY W. WTSSSELLS (Ap'd Ct.) . .29 

For previous history, see No. 735, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment and post of Ft. 
McPherson, Neb., Julv 30, to Oct. 9, 1867,— Ft. Fetterman, D. T., Nov. 1, 1867, 
to May 14, 1868,— and Ft. D. A. Russell, July 6, to Nov. 28, 1868 ; as Mem- 
ber of Retiring Board, at St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 28, 1868, to Apr. 26, 1869 ; and 

(Unassigned, Mae. 15, 1869) 
in command Depot of General Recruiting Service, Newport, Ky., May 15, 1869, 
to Jan. 1, 1871. 

Retiked from Active Seevice, Jan. 1, 1871, on his own application, 
AFTER 30 Years of continuous Service. 



736. . . .(Born Mas.) JOHN P. CENTER (Ap'd Mas.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 736, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 25, 1837, in the Battle of Okee-cho-bee, Fla. : Aged 25. 



737 . . (Born Va.) GEORGE H. PEGRAM (Ap'd Va.) . .31 

For previous history, see No. 737, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 9, 1854, at Elizabethtown, N. J. : Aged 44. 

738. . . (Born S. C.) . ..ABRAHAM C. MYERS (Ap'd S. C). .32 

For previous history, see No. 738, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Residence, Roland Lake, Baltimore County, Md. 

739. . . .(BomMd.). . . GEORGE H; RINGGOLD (Ap'd Md.), .33 

For previous history, see No. 739, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Ape. 4, 1864, at San Francisco, Cal. : Aged 50. 

740. . . (Born Mas.) DANIEL RUGGLES (Ap'd Mas.). .34 

For j)revious history, see No. 740, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Real Estate Broker, Fredericksburg, Va., 1866-74. Farmer 
and Ranchero, Palafox, Tex., since 1874. 



741. . . .(Born Va.) JAMES "W. ANDERSON (Ap'd Va.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 741, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Battle of Chueubusco, Mex., and 
Died, Aug. 22, 1847 : Aged 35. 



100 GEADUATES OF THE 

Number. 1833-34. Class Rank. 

742. . . .(Born Pa.) JAMES McCLURE (Ap'd Pa.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 742, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apk. 5, 1838, at Ft. Bbooke, Fla. : Aged 26. 

743 ... . (Born N. Y.) J. CHESTER REID (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 37 

For previous history, see No. 743, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 17, 1845, at Wheeling, Va. : Aged 31. 

744. . (Born D. C.) THOMAS JOHNS (Ap'd D. C). .38 

For previous history, see No. 744, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Merchant, Cumberland, Md., since 1862. 

745. . . .(Born S. C). . .BENJAMIN E. DU BOSE (Ap'd S. C). .39 

For previous history, see No. 745, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

746 ... . (Born Ga. ) JOSEPH P. HARRISON (Ap'd Ala. ) . . 40 

For previous history, see No. 746, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1839, at , : Aged 27. 

747. . . .(Born N. C.) HENRY L. SCOTT (Ap'd N. C). .41 

For previous history, see No. 747, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, New York City. 

748. . . .(Born D. C. ).. AUGUSTINE F. SEATON .... (Ap'd D. C). .42 
For previous history, see No. 748, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 18, 1835, at Fobt Gibson, I. T. : Aged 25. 



749. . . .(Born Ga.). . NATHANIEL W. HUNTER (Ap'd Ga.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 749, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apk. 25, 1849, at Chakleston, S. C. : Aged 38. 



CLASS OF 1834. 

750. . . (Bom N. Y.). . ."WILLIAM D. FRASER (Ap'd N. Y.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 750, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 27, 1856, at Key West, Fla. : Aged 42. 



751... (Born Ky.) JOHN SANDERS (Ap'd Fla.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 751, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 29, 1858, at Fokt Delawake, Del. : Aged 48. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 101 

Number. 1834. Class Rank. 

752. . . (Born Ky.) HARRISON LOUGHBOROUGH (Ap'd Ky.). .3 

For previous liistorj^ see No. 752, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 20, 1836, in Shelby County, Ky. : Aged 23. 



753. . . .(Born Ky.) THOMAS A. MORRIS (Ap'd Ind.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 753, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Chief Engineer, Indianapolis and Cincinnati Railroad 
since 1861. President, Indianapolis and St. Louis Railroad, since 1868. 
Receiver, Indianapolis, Lafayette and Cincinnati Railroad 1871-73. Mem- 
ber of State-House Commission for the erection of a new Capitol for Indi- 
ana, since 1877. Residence, Indianapolis, Ind. 



754. . . .(Born Md.) ROBERT T. P. ALLEN (Ap'd Md.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 754, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Superintendent of Kentucky Military Institute, 1866 to 
1874.- Residence, Orlando, Orange County, Fla. 



755. . . (Born N. Y.) JAMES DUNCAN (Ap'd N. Y.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 755, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 3, 1849, at Mobile, Ala. : Aged 36. 



756. . . .(Born Mo.) EPAPHRAS KIBBY (Ap'd 0.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 756, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates.) 
Died, Sep. 15, 1839, at Mobile, Ala. : Aged 28. 



757. .(Born Pa.) WILLIAM T. STOCKTON (Ap'd Pa.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 757, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
CivU History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



758. . . .(Born Va.) JOHN P. LEE (Ap'd Va.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 758, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Prince George's County, Md., 1862 to 18 — . 
Member of the Senate of the State of Maryland, 1868-69. Residence, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

759. . . .(Born Mas.) CHARLES A. FULLER (Ap'd Mas.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 759, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



760. . . .(Born Ky.) CURRAN POPE (Ap'd Ky.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 760, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

MOBTALLY wounded, IN BaTTLE OF ChAPLIN HiLLS, Ky., AND 

Died, Nov. 5, 1862, at Danville, Ky. : Aged 49; 



102 GEADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1834. Class Kank'. 

761. . . .(Bom D. C.).. CHARLES B. CHALMERS (Ap'd D. C). .12 

For previous history, see No. 761, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

762. . . .(Bom Ten.). . . .JOHN E. HENDERSON (Ap'd Ten.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 762, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, July 4, 1836, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 23. 

763. . . .(Born N. Y.). . . .MORRIS S. MILLER (Ap'd N. Y.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 763, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in Quartermaster General's office at Washing- 
ton, D. C, June 9, 1866, to Mar. 5, 1869 ; and as Chief Quartermaster of Fifth 
Military District, Texas, Apr. 19, 1869, to Feb. 28, 1870. 

Died, Mar. 11, 1870, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 56. 



764. . . . (Bom Va.) "WILLIAM G. FREEMAN (Ap'd Va.) . . 15 

For previous history, see No. 764, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 12, 1866, at Cornwall, Pa. : Aged 51. 

765 . . (Born N. H.) . LOUIS A. B. WALBACH (Apd N. H). .16 

For previous history, see No. 765, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, June 26, 1853, near Baltimore, Md. : Aged 39. 

766. . . .(Bom N. Y.) JAMES F. COOPER (Ap'd Pa.) .17 

For previous history, see No. 766, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Engineer and Surveyor at Atlanta, Ga., 1866-69. 
Died, Oct. 14, 1869, at Atlanta, Ga. : Aged 55. 



767. . . . (Born Mo.) , .GABRIEL R. PAUL (Ap'd Mo.) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 767, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Eetired from Active Service, Feb. 16, 1865, under the Law of 
Apr. 12, 1870, as Brigadier General. 

768. . . .(Born N. Y.) GEORGE P. FIELD (Ap'd N. Y.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 768, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Killed, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Monterey, Mex. : Aged 33. 

769. . . .(Born Ky.) CARY H. FRY (Ap'd Ky.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 769, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Military History .^Served : in charge of Pay District, Charleston, S. C. 
(BvT. Colonel, and Bvt. Brigadier-General, U. S. Army, Oct. 15, 1867, 

FOR Faithful and Meritoriotis Services during the Eebellion.) 
Oct. 10, 1867, to Apr. 15, 1869 ; and as Chief Paymaster of Military Division 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 103 



NuMBEB. 1834. Class Rank. 

of the Missouri, Apr. 15, 1869, to Jiily 6, 1870, and Sep. 11, 1870, to Mar. 9, 
1871,— of Department of Missouri, Mar. 9, 1871, to Mar. 2, 1872,— and of 
Military Division of the Pacific, Apr. 18, 1872 to Mar. 5, 1873. 

Died, Mae. 5, 1873, at San Francisco, Cal. : Aged 57. 



770. . . .(Born Va.) HENRY S. TURNER (Ap'd Va.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 770, Vol. I, of Register of Gradu.ates. 

Civil History. — President of the Union National Bank, of St. Louis, Mo., 
1863 to 18—. Member of the City Council of St. Louis, Mo., 1874-76. Res- 
idence, St. Louis, Mo. 



771. . . .(Born Vt.) SENECA G. SIMMONS (Ap'd Vt.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 771, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, June 30, 1862, in the Battle of Glendale, Va. : Aged 53. 



772. . . .(Born S. C). . . .THOMAS O. BARNWELL (Ap'd S. C). .23 

For previous history, see No. 772, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Planter, Beaufort, S. C, since 1866. 



773. . . (Born N. Y.) HENRY McKAVETT (Ap'd N. Y.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 773, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Monterey, Mex. : Aged 32. 



774. . . .(Born Ga.) GOODB BRYAN (Ap'd Ga.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 774, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Residence, Augusta, Ga. 

775. .. . (Born Vt.) JOSEPH L. COBURN (Ap'd Vt.) . . 26 

For previous history, see No. 775, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



776. . . .(Born Pa.) JAMES G. REED (Ap'd Pa.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 776, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
DiEB, Feb. 23, 1856, at Gettysburg, Pa. : Aged 42. 



777. . . . (Born Ky.) PHILIP N. BARBOUR (Ap'd Ky.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 777, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 21, 1846, m the Battle of Monterey, Mex. : Aged 33. 



778. . . .(Born N. Y.) ARNOLD HARRIS (Ap'd N. Y.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 778, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 2, 1866, at Midway, Ky. : Aged 56. 



104 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1834. Class Bank. 



779 (Born Pa.) RICHARD S SMITH (Apd Pa.). .30 

For jn-evions history, see No. 779, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

CivU History.— President of Girard College, at Philadelphia, Pa., 1863-67. 
Professor of Mathematics in the United States Naval Academy, at Annapo- 
lis, Md., 1870-73 ; and of Drawing, 1873-77. 

Died, Jan. 23, 1877, at Annapolis, Md. : Aged 64. 



780. . .(Born Va.) EUSTACE ROBINSON (Ap'd Va.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 780, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 7, 1859, at Richmond, Va. : Aged 47. 



781. . . (Born Ct.). WILLIAM SOOTT KETCHUM . (Ap'd Ct). .32 
For previous history, see No. 781, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served: on special duty in the Adjutant General's 
Office, at Washington, D. C, July 5, 1866, to Dec. 15, 1870. ' 
(Unassigned, Mak. 15, 1869) 
Retiked from Active Service, Dec. 15, 1870, on hls own application, 

AFTER 30 consecutive YeARS OF SeKVICE. 

, Died, June 28, 1871, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 58. 



782. . (Born Va.) FORBES BRITTON (Ap'd Va.)..33 

For previous history, see No. 782, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Feb. 14, 1861, at Austin. Tex. : Aged 49. 



783. . (Born Pa.) JOHN GRAHAM (Ap'd N. Y.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 783, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 16, 1841, at Tallahassee, Fla. : Aged 27. 



784. . . (Born Pa.) WILLIAM H. PRICE (Ap'd Pa.) . . 35 

F<ir previous history, see No. 784, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. —Farmer and Surveyor, Delaware County, Pa., since 1836, 



785. . . (Born Pa.) ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY (Apd Pa.) 36 
For previous history, see No. 785. Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Chief Quartermaster on Northern Fron- 
tier, Apr. 4, t<i Nov. 1867 : in charge of the Fourth Quartermaster District. 
Department of the East, Nov. 1867, to Dec, 1869, and of the Second District. 
Dec, 186<), to July, 1870; on (,)uartermaster duty at Buffalo, N. Y.. July. 
1870, to June 12, 1872 ; as Chief Quartermaster, Second District, Department 

(Lieut. -Colonel Staff — Deputy Quartermaster General, June 6, 1872) 
of the East, June 16, 1872. to Oct. 4. 1873 : and in settling his accounts, 
Oct. 15, 1873, to Jan. 15, 1874. 

Retired fi!om Ac^tive Service, Jan. 15, 1874, on his own application, 
after 30 (.^oNSKctTTiVE Yearh of ServicEi 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 105 

Number. 1835. Class Rank. 

CLASS OF 183 5. 

786 . , (Born N. Y.) .GEORGE W. MORELL (Ap'd N. Y.) . 1 

For jirevious history, see No. 786, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Scarborough, Westchester Co., N. Y., since 1864. 

787 (Born Mas.) CHARLES H. BIGELOW (Ap'd Mas.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 787, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Apr. 15, 1862, at New Bedford, Mas. : Aged 47. 



788. . (Born N. Y.). . JOHN H. MARTINDALE (Ap'd N. Y.). .3 

For j^revious histoiy, see No. 788, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Roche.ster, N. Y., since 1864. Attorney 
General of the State of New York, Jan. 1, 1866, to Jan. 1, 1868. Member of 
the Board of Managers of the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteer 
Soldiers, since Apr. 21, 1868. Residence, Rochester, N. Y'. 



789. . . .(Bom Mas.). . CHARLES J. W^HITING (Ap'd Me.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 789, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Sumner, N. M., 
1867-68, — Ft. Howard, N. M., 1868, — in removing Navajo Indians to reserva- 
tion, 1868,— Ft. Wingate, N. M., 1868,— and Ft. Union, N. M., 1868 ; on 

(LiEFT. -Colonel, 6th Cavalry, iLiT 6, 1869) 
leave of absence and awaiting orders, 1868-69 ; and on frontier dutj' at 
Greenville, Tex.. 1869-70.— and at Ft. Griffin, Tex., 1870-71. 
Mustered out of SER\^cE, Jan. 1, 1871. 
Civil History. -Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



790. . . (Bom N. Y.). , . GEORGE M. LEGATE (Ap'd N. Y.). .5 

For previous historj', see No. 790, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1838, at , : Aged 22. 



791 (Born Md.) . ALFRED HERBERT .(Ap'd Md.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 791, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of , Agricultural College of Maryland, 

18— to 18—: and of , Chestertown, Md., to 1878. Residence, 'Balti- 

more, Md. 



792 . (Born S. C). . . ARNOLDUS V. BRUMBY (Ap'd N. C). .7 

For previous history, see No. 792, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received; 



106 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1835. Class Rank. 

793. . . .(Bom Del.) JOSEPH ROBERTS (Ap'd Del.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 793, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Acting Inspector General of the Depart- 
ment of Washington, May 1, 1867, to Mar. 31, 1868 ; as Superintendent of 
Theoretical Instruction in the Artillery School for Practice, Ft. Monroe, Va., 
Mar. 31, 1868, to Aug. 13, 1876 ; in command of post of Ft. Monroe, Va., 

(Colonel 4th Artillery, Jan. 10, 1877) 
Oct. 13, 1876, to Feb. 6, 1877 ; and in command of regiment and post of 
Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., Mar. 6, to July 2, 1877. 

Retired from Active Service, July 2, 1877, under the Law of 
July 17, 1862, he being over the Age of 62 Years. 



794. . . . (Born Mas.) HORACE BROOKS (Ap'd Mas.) . 9 

For previous history, see No. 794, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Ft. McHenry, 
Md., Aug. 8, 1866, to Nov. 12, 1868 ; commanding Department of Washing- 
ton, Nov. 12, 1868, to Mar. 13, 1869 ; and in command of regiment and post 
of Ft. McHenry, Md., Mar. 17, 1869, to Nov. 18, 1872,— and Presidio, San 
Francisco, Cal., to Jan. 10, 1877. 

Retired from Active Service, Jan. 10, 1877, under the Law of 
July 17, 1862, he being over the Age of 62 Years. 



795. . . (Born N. Y.) . . . JAMES M. MORGAN (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 795, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 20, 1853, at Baton Rouge, La. : Aged 40. 



796. . . (Born O.) ROBERT M. RENICK (Ap'd Va.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 796, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Banker, St. Louis, Mo., 1845-58, and 1866-69. Oil 
Milling, 1858-60. Real Estate Agent and Broker, 1860-65, and 1869-75. 
Died, Jan. 10, 1875, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 62. 

797. . . .(Born Ten.). . . .RICHARD HENDERSON (Ap'd Ten.). .12 

For iirevious history, see No. 797, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, in "Dade's Massacre," Fla. : Aged 21. 

798. . . .(Born Va.) JAMES N. ELLIS (Ap'd Va.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 798, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 14, 1839, in Richmond, Va. : Aged 23. 

799. .. . (Born N. C.) JOHN L. KEAIS (Ap'd N. C.) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 799, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Dec. 28, 1835, in "Dade's Massacre," Fla.: Aged 24. 



800 (Born N. Y). .WILLIAM SPENCER BRO'WN..(Ap'd N. Y.). .15 
For previous history, see No. 800, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, Aug. 30, 1852> in Broad River, near Littleton, S. C. : Aged 37. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 107 



NuMBEE. 1835. Class Eank, 



801 . . (Born N. H.) HENRY L. KENDRICK (Ap'cl N. H.) .16 

For previous history, see No. 801, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy, and Geology, in 
the U. S. Mihtary Academy, since Mar. 3, 1857. 

Civil History. — Degree of LL.D., conferred by the University of Mis- 
souri, 1868 ; and by the University of Rochester, N. Y., 1869. 



802. . . .(Born Md.) JAMES H. STOKES (Ap'dMd.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 802, Vol. I, of Eegivster of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



803 .... (Born Ky.) . . . . MONTGOMERY BLAIR (Ap'd Ky.) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 803, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law since 1839. Lay Delegate, from Mary- 
land, to the General Convention of the Episcopal Church, held in New York 
City, 1874. Member of the Legislature of the State of Maryland, 1877-78. 
Residence, Washington, D. C. 

804 .... (Born Spain) .... GEORGE G. MEADE* (Ap'd Pa.) . . 19 

For previous history, see No. 804, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Depai-tment of the East, 
headquarters, Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 6, 1866, to Jan., 1868,— of Third Mili- 
tary District, Jan. -Aug., 1868, — of Department of the South, Aug., 1868, to 
Mar. 12, 1869,— and of Militarv Division of the Atlantic, Mar. 12, 1869, to 
Nov. 6, 1872. 

Died, Nov. 6, 1872, at Philadelphia, Pa. : Aged .57. 



805 (Born Va.) WILLIAM H. BETTS (Ap'd Ga.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 805, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1840, in Alabama : Aged 25. 



806. . (Born Va.). . GEORGE G. WAGGAMAN (Ap'd D. C). .21 

For previous history, see No. 806, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Grocer, St. Louis, Mo., since 1861. 



807. . . .(BornD. C. ) . WEIGHTMAN K. HANSON . . . (Ap'd D. C). .22 
For previous history, see No. 807, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Died, July 21, 1844, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 28. 



808. . . .(Born Pa.) HENRY M. NAGLEE (Ap'd Pa.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 808, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Stock Farmer, in California, since 18 — . 

* Received, July 4, 1866, from the Union League of Philadelphia, Pa., a Sword of Honor 
as a Token of the Gratitude of his Countrymen to "' The Victor at Gettysburg, the Deliverer 
of his State, the Faithful Soldier of our Countrj'." 



108 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1835. Class Eank. 



809. . . (Bom N. Y. ).. ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL (Apd N. Y.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 809, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Commissioner, to carry into eifect tlie first article of the 
Treaty of June 15, 1846, between the United States and Great Britain, viz : 
" To "establish the Boundary Line, dividing Washington Territory from 
Vancouver's Island and British Columbia," Feb. 14, 1857, to Oct. 31, 1869. 
Residence, Washington, D. C. 



810. , (BornN. J.). ALEXANDER S. MACOMB (Ap'dN. J.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 810, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 8, 1876, at New York City: Aged 62. 

811. . . (Born Ky.) JOHN H. HANLEY (Ap'd Ky.) . .26 

For previous history, see No. 811 Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Accidentally Killed, May 26, 1836, at Foet Leavenworth, Kan. : Aged 22. 

812 . (Born S. C). .WILLIAM H. GRIFFIN (Apd S. C). .27 

For iDrevious history, see No. 812, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, Mar. 28, 1871, at Houston, Tex. : Aged 55. 



813. . . . (Born O.). . . ABRAHAM R. JOHNSTON (Ap'd 0.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 813, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 6, 1846, in the Combat of San Pasqual, Cal. : Aged 31. 



814... (Born S. C.) PETER C. GAILLARD (Ap'd S. C.)..29 

For jirevious history, see No. 814, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Mayor of Charleston, S. C, 1866-68. Unknown, since 
1868, no certain information having been received. 



815. . . (Born Me.) HENRY PRINCE (Ap'd Me.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 815, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Paymaster at Boston, Mas., Aug. 25, 1866, 
to Apr. 15, 1869 ; and as Chief Paymaster, Department of the East, 
Apr. 15, 1869, to Feb. 24, 1871, continuing as Paymaster at New York City, 
to June 19, 1875,— and of Division of the Pacific, June 28, 1875, to 
(LiEUT.-CoL. Staff— Dep. Paymaster Gen. Mae. 3, 1877) 

816. . .(Born Pa.) HERMAN HAUPT (Ap'd Pa.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 816, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Inventor of Pneiimatic Drill for excavating rock in railroad 
tunnels and cuts, 1860 ()7. General Manager of Piedmont Air Line Railroad; 
from Riehmond, Va. to Atlanta, Ga.^ 1872-7<'). Chief Engineer of Pennsyl- 
vania Transportation Company, and Seaboard Pipe Line^ for carrying Petrol- 
eum from Parkers City to Baltimore, since Jati. 1, 1876. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 109 



Number. 1835. Class Rank. 



817. . . .(Born Me.) SAMUEL M. PLUMMER (Ap'd Me.). .32 

For previous histoiy, see No. 817, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 17, 1851, at Foet Meeeill, Tex. : Aged 39. 



818 . . .(Born N. C). ALEXANDER M. MITCHELL .. (Ap'd N. C). .33 

For previous history, see No. 818, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Feb. 28, 1861, at St. Joseph's, Mo. : Aged 48. 



819. . . .(Born 0.). . . ALEXANDER H. TAPPAN (Ap'd O.). .34 

For previous historj-, see No. 819, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1852, at Alton, III. : Aged 39. 

820. . (Born N. Y.).. WILLIAM H. De FOREST (Ap'd N. Y.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 820, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 10, 1864, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 52. 

821. . . (Born Ga.) PHILIP R. THOMPSON (Ap'd Ga.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 821, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 24, 1857, in the Gulf of Mexico : Aged 45. 



822. (Born N. J.). .WILLIAM M. D. McKISSACK. . (Ap'd N. J). .37 
For previous history, see No. 822, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 27, 1849, at Pittsbueg, Pa. : Aged 36. 



823. . . .(Born Ky.) S. THEODORE TIBBATTS (Ap'd Ky.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 823, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 29, 1838, at Louisville, Ky. : Aged 26. 

824. .. . (Born Md.) JAMES M. WELLS (Ap'd D. C). .39 

For jDrevious history, see No. 824, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

825. . .(Born N. Y.) WILLIAM S. HENRY (Ap'd N. Y.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 825, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mar. 5, 1851, at New Yoek City : Aged 34. 

826. . . . (Born Ky.) JOHN M. SCOTT (Ap'd Ky.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 826, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 26, 1850, at Feanefoet, Ky. : Aged 38. 

827. . . .(Born O.) GEORGE W. SHAW (Ap'd 0.). .42 

For previous history, see No. 827, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 13, 1854, at Ripley, 0. : Aged 40. 



110 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1835. Class Rank. 

828. . . .(Born Mas.) JOSEPH H. EATON (Apd at Large.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 828, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Assistant to the Paymaster General, at 
Washington, D. C, May 7, 1863 to July 6, 1874 ; and as Chief Paymaster of 
the DeiDartment of the Columbia, July 22, 1874 to 

Civil History. — Author of "Army Paymaster's Manual," 1864, 1869, and 
1871. 

829. . . .(Born Ala.) JONES M. WITHERS (Apd Ala.). .44 

For previous history, see No. 829, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Cotton Broker, 1866 to 18 -. Mayor of the City of Mo- 
bile, Ala., 18 — ; and City Treasurer, 18 — . Claim Agent, since 18 — . 

830 . . .(Born N. Y.) ISAAC V. D. REEVE (Apd N. Y.). .45 

For previous history, see No. 830, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the District of Upper Mis- 
souri, May 1, 1866, to July 5, 1867,— of District of Sun River, July-Aug., 1867, 
— and of Montana, Aug. 7, 1867, to May 15, 1868 ; on leave of absence May- 
Nov. 1868 ; as Member of Retiring Board, St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 14, 1868 to 

(Unassigned, Maech 15, 1869) 
Apr. 26, 1869 ; and as Superintendent of General Recruiting Service Apr. 26, 
1869 to Jan. 1, 1871. 

Retired from Active Service, Dec. 15, 1870, on his own application, 
AFTER 30 Years op continuous Service. 



831. . . .(Born O.) JOHN W. SCOTT (Ap'd 0.). .46 

For previous history, see No. 831, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 5, 1859, Ozooville, Cal. : Aged 45. 

832. . , .(Born Va.) LARKIN SMITH (Ap'd Va.). .47 

For previous history, see No. 832, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Treasurer of Atlanta and Charleston Air Line Railroad, 
1869-75. Unknown, 1866-69 and since 1875, no certain information having 
been received. 

833. . . .(Born N. Y.) ..MARSENA R. PATRICK (Apd N. Y). .48 

For previous history, see No. 833, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Farmer, Manlius, N. Y., since 1868. 

834. . . .(Born N. Y.) . THOMAS B. ARDEN (Ap'd N. Y.). .49 

For previous history, see No. 834, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Putnam County, N. Y., since 1863. Residence, 
near Garrison's, N. Y. 

835. .(Born Mas.) JOSEPH H. WHIPPLE (Ap'd Mas.). .50 

For previous history, see No. 835, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 30, 1847, at Pebote, Mex. : Aged 36. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. Ill 

NxJMBEB. 1835-36. Class Rank. 

836 . . (Born Me.) LUCIUS BRADBURY (Ap'd Me.) . .51 

For j)revioi;s history, see No. 836, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 25, 1850, at Eastpoet, Me. : Aged 36. 



837 . (Born Mas). ROBERT A. WAINWRIGHT. . (Ap'd Mas.). .52 
For previous history, see No. 837, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 22, 1866, at Benicia Aesenal, Cal. : Aged 52. 



838. . . .(Born Vt.). . . BENJAMIN S. ROBERTS (Ap'd Vt.). .53 

For previous history, see No. 838, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on Recruiting Service, May 22, to July 2, 1867 ; 
on leave of absence, 1867 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Union, N. M., 1867-68, — 
and Ft. Sumner, N. M., 1868 ; and as Professor of Military Science in Yale 
College, New HaVen, Ct., Aug. 8, 1868, to Dec. 14, 1870. 

Retired feom Active Service, Dec. 15, 1870, on his own application, 

after 30 consecutive Years of Service. 

Died, Jan. 29, 1875, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 64. 



839. . . .(Born Pa.) "WILLIAM N. GRIER (Ap'd Pa.). .54 

For previous history, see No. 839, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintendent of Mounted Recruiting 
Service, at Carlisle, Pa., Apr., 1866, to Apr. 6, 1868 ; in command of regiment 
and post of Ft. Union, N. M., July 12, 1868, to May, 1870,— and of Camp 
Halleck, Nev., May-Dec. 15, 1870. 

Retired feom Active Service Dec. 15, 1870, on his own application, 
AFTER 30 Consecutive Years of Service. 



840. . . .(Born Va.) THOMAS L. BRENT (Ap'd Va.). .55 

For previous history, see No. 840, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 13, 1858, at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. : Aged 44. 



841. . , .(Born N. Y.) HUGH McLEOD (Ap'd Ga.). .56 

For previous history, see No. 841, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, 1862, at Dumfries, Va. : Aged 48. 



CLASS OF 1836, 



842. . . (Born Ten.). . . .GEORGE L. WELCKER (Ap'd Ten.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 842, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 24, 1848, at Savannah, Ga. : Aged 36. 



843 (Born R. L) JAMES L. MASON (Ap'd at Large). .2 

For previous history, see No. 843, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 5, 1853, at San Francisco, Cal. : Aged 36. 



112 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1836. Class Rank. 



844 .... (Born Me. ) . . DANVILLE LE ADBETTBR ( Ap'd Me. ) . . 3 

For previous history, see No. 844, Vol. I, of Register of GracUiates. 
Died, Sep. 26, 18G6, at Clifton, Canada : Aged 54. 



845. . . .(Born Vu.) JOSEPH R. ANDERSON (Ap'd Va.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 845, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — President of Tredegar Iron "Works, Richmond, Va., 
since 1866. 



846 ... . (Born Ga. ) . . MONTGOMERY C. MEIGS (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 5 

For previoiTS history, see No. 846, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Quartermaster General, equipping and 
supplying the Arm 3% headquarters Washington, D. C, since May 15, 1861 ; 
as Member of Board for prejiaring plans and siDecitications for new "War 
Department Building, Oct. 4, 1866, to , — of Board for marking graves 

in National Cemeteries, May 7, 1867, to , — and of Board on illumination 

of Military Posts, June, 1869, to ; on sick leave of absence in Euroj^e, 

June 6, 1867, to June 6, 1868 ; on tour of Inspection of National Cemeteries 
and Quartermaster attairs, in Texas and the Southwest, Nov. 8, 1869, to 
Mar. 9, 1870, and in California and Arizona, Dec. 16, 1871, to Mar. 22, 1872,— 
on Inspection of Arsenals at Philadelj^hia, Pa., and "Western Posts and Rail- 
road Routes, Nov. 4, to Dec. 4, 1872, — and on Insjiection in the Departments 
of California and Columbia, Oct. 25, 1873, to Jan. 19, 1874 ; on Special Service 
in Euroi^e studying the constitution and government of European Armies, 
June 1, 1875, to Aj^r. 1, 1876 : as Member of Commission for Reform and 
Re-organization of the Army, Aug. 11, to Nov. 13, 1876 ; in devising project 
for new building for the National Museum, at "Washington, to preserve and 
exhibit the contributions from the Centennial Exhibition, 1876 ; in pro- 
jecting extension of Washington Aqueduct to the high ground north of 
Washington City, 1876 ; and in preparing a plan for a Hall of Records, 1878. 



847 . (Born N. H.). DANIEL P. WOODBURY (Ap'd N. H.). .6 

For previoi;s history, see No. 847, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 15, 1864, at Key West, Fla.: Aged 51. 



848... (Born Va.) FISHER A. LEWIS (Ap'dVa.)..7 

For previous history, see No. 848, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, near Rippon, Jefferson County, W. Va., since 1838. 
/fj 

849 . . (Born Va.) SAMUEL J. BRANSFORD (Ap'd Va). .8 

For previous history, see No. 849, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Accidentally Killed, Nov. 3, 1840, .vr West Point. N. Y. : Aged 26. 

850 (Born N. Y.) ..AUGUSTUS P. ALLEN (Ap'd N. Y.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 850, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Sep. 1, 1841, at Fokt Jesup, La. : Acjed 26. 



U, S. MILITAKY ACADEMY. 113 



Number. 1836. Class Eank. 

851. . . .(Born K Y.), ..WTLLTAM H. WARNER (Ap'd N. Y.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 851, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 26, 1849, by Hostile Indians, in the Siekka Nevada : Aged 37. 

852 . . .(Born N. Y.). . .BARNABAS CONKLING (Ap'd N. Y.). .11 

For previous histoiy, see No. 852, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 18, 1839, at Fort Niagara, N. Y. : Aged 27. 

853. . . .(Born Pa.) WILLIAM B. WALLACE (Ap'dN. J.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 853, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1841, at Norfolk, Va. : Aged 24. 

854 . (Born R. 1. ) . . MARLBOROUGH CHURCHILL . . .(Ap'd Mas.) . . 13 
For previous history, see No. 854, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, New York City. 



855... (Born N. J.) DAVID P. De WITT (Ap'dN. Y.)..14 

For previous history, see No. 855, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



856. . . .(Born Md.)..JAMES LOWRY DONALDSON. .(Ap'd Md.). .15 
For previous historj^ see No. 856, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the Division of the 

Missouri, Oct. 12, 1866, to Mar. 19, 1869, (leave of absence, Apr. 8, to Dec. 10, 

1868). 

Retired from Acth'e Service, Mar. 15, 1869, for Disability contracted 

IN THE Line of Duty. 

Resigned, Jan. 1, 1874. 

Civil BUstory. — Author of "Sergeant Atkins," — a Tale of Adventure., 
founded on facts during the Florida War against the Seminole Indians, 1871. 



857. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN P. J. O'BRIEN (Ap'd Pa.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 857, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 31, 1850, at Indianola, Tez. ; Aged 32. 

858. . . .(Born Pa.) ROLAND A. LUTHER (Ap'd Pa.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 858, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, July 9, 1853, at New Holland, Pa. : Aged 38. 

859 . . (Bom R. I.). . THOMAS W. SHERMAN (Ap'd R. L). .18 

For previous history, see No. 859, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment and the post of Ft. 
Adams, R. I.. July 29, 1866 to Jan. 1868, and Julv 27. 1868 to Feb. 1869,— of 



114 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1836. Class Rank. 



Department of the East, Jan-July 16, 1868,— and of regiment and the post 
of Key West, Fla., Feb. 1869, to Nov. 29, 1870. 

Rettred feom Active Service, Dec. 31, 1870, as Major-General 

FOE Disability caused by the loss of a leg in battle. 

Died, Mar. 16, 1879, at NE^vpoRT, R. I. : Aged 66. 



860. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN F. ROLAND (Ap'd Pa.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 860, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 28, 1852, at Castle Pinckney, S. C. : Aged 35. 



861 . . . (Born N. Y.) CHARLES B. SING (Ap'd N. Y.) . 20 

For previous history, see No. 861, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1840-78. 
Died, Feb. 28, 1878, at Brooklyn, N. Y. : Aged 63. 



862. (Bom Ky.) ..ALEXANDER P. CRITTENDEN. . . (Ap'dKy.). .21 
For previous history, see No. 862, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
CivU History. — Counsellor at Law, San Francisco, Cal., 1849-70. 
Assassinated, Nov. 5, 1870, near San Francisco, Cal. : Aged 55. 



863. . . (Born Del.). HENRY H. LOCKWOOD (Ap'd Del.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 863, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Naval History. — Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy at 

U. S. Naval Academy, 1866-70, continuing, till July, 1871, as Supernumary 

Professor ; and at the Naval Observatory, Washington, D. C, till Aug. 14, 1876. 

Retired from Active Service, Aug. 14, 1876, he being over the 

Age of 62 Years. 

Civil History. — Residence, Georgetown, D. C. 



864. . . .(Bom R. L). CHRISTOPHER A. GREENE. . (Ap'd R. I.). .23 
For previous history, see No. 864, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 28, 1853, near Providence, R. I. : Aged 37. 



865. . . (Born Vt.) JOHN W. PHELPS (Ap'd Vt.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 865, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Author of numerous articles on the Danger of Free- 
masonry ; on African Colonization ; and on Political, Scientific and Educa- 
tional subjects, 1853-78. Translator of De La Hodde's "Secret Societies of 
France," 1864. Residence, Brattleboro, Vt. 



866... (Born D. C.) PETER V. HAGNER (Ap'd D. C.)..25 

For previous history, see No. 866, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History . — Served: as Member of Board for trial of Major Houston's 
modified Gun-carriage, Dec. ."5, 18G(), to Jan. 17, 1867,~to consider the sub- 
ject of Sea-coast Rified Cannon and Ordnance equipments, Dec. 12, 1867, to 



IT. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 115 



Number. 1836. Class Rank. 

Jan. 4, 1868, — to examine Ordnance Officers for promotion, Jan., 1868, — to 
examine the Beaiipre system of constructing cannon, Sep. 1-5, 1868, — to 
report npon various Ordnance matters presented by Secretary of War and Chief 
of Ordnance, Mar. 16-29, 1870,— to modify Cavalry outfits, Apr. 10-27, 1872,— 
to consider the Rock Island Water-power, Apr. 25, to May 24, 1874, — and to 
examine Ordnance Ofiicers for promotion, July 6-25, 1874, and July 3-6, 1878 ; 
as Inspector of Rome and Chamj^lain Arsenals preparatory to their sale, 
June 29, 1872 ; and in command of Watervliet Arsenal, N. Y., since 
Dec. 25, 1863. 

867 . . .(Born Va.) MUSCOE L. SHACKLEFORD (Ap'd Va.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 867, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Mortally Woitnded in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mex., and 
Died, Oct. 12, 1847, in the City of Mexico: Aged 34. 

868 (Born Va.) CHRISTOPHER Q. TOMPKINS (Apd Va.). .27 
For previous history, see No. 868, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, May 28, 1877, at Richmond, Va. : Aged 64. 



869. . . (Born N. Y.) MARTIN J. BURKE (Ap'd N. Y.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 869, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Aug. 20, 1847, in the Battle of Churubusco, Mex. : Aged 30. 

870. . . .(Born Ct.) JOHN W. JUDSON (Ap'd Ct.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 870, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

CivU History.— Civil Engineer, 1836-78. 

Died, May 30, 1878, at Oswego, N. Y. : Aged 67. 

871. . (Born N. J.) I. CARLE 'WOODRUFF (Ap'd N. J.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 871, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served: as Assistant to the Chief of Engineers, at 

Washington, D. C, Mar. 3, 1863, to Oct. 10, 1870 (Inspection tour of Harbors 
on Lakes Champlain, Ontario and Erie, July-SejD., 1868) ; as Engineer of 
Fourth Lighthouse District, Feb. 21, 1870, to May 14, 1873, and of Third 
District, June 16, 1870, to Dec. 10, 1878 ; and as Member of Board on Im- 

(CoLONEL Corps of Engineers, Feb. 22, 1872) 
provement of Toledo Harbor, O., Jan., 1869, — on Improvement of Saugattick 
Harbor, Mich., Jul.y, 1869,— on Dimkirk Breakwater, N. Y., Oct., 1869, and 
Harbor, Nov., 1870, — on Improvement of Oswego Harbor, N. Y., Mar., 1870, 
and Apr.-May, 1871, — on Bridge across Delaware between Philadelphia and 
Camden, May, 1870, to Apr., 1871, — on Improvement of Erie Harbor, Pa., 
Oct., 1870, and Aug. -Sep., 1874,— on Lewes Pier, Del., Apr. -July, 1871,— 
on Docks foimed for construction of Breakwater in the basin of Chicago, 
111., Aug.-Sep., 1871, — on Site for Harbors of Refuge on Lake Huron, Mich., 
Oct. 7, 1871, to July 18, 1872,— on Condition of Harbor of Refuge formed by 
the Delaware Breakwater, Nov. 8, 1871, to Aug. 29, 1872, — on Improvement of 
Grand River, O., Feb., 1872, — on Examination and Survey of Delaware 
River, near Horse-Shoe Shoals, Mar.-May, 1873, — on Improvement of Buffalo 
Harbor, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1873, to Mar. 23, 1874,— and on Cleveland Break- 
water, O., Apr. 21, to Jan. 9, 1875. 

Died, Dec. 10, 1878, at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, N. Y. : Aged 63. 



116 GKADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1836. Class Rank. 



872. .. . (Born N. H.) . . .WILLIAM B. ARVEN (Ap'd N. H.) • 31 

For previous history, see No. 872, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 1863, at Newark, 0. : Aged 49. 

873. . . .(Bom N. Y.). . . JOHN S. HATHEWAY (Ap'd N. Y.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 873, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mae. 31, 1853, at New York City : Aged 39. 

874. . . .(Born O.) ROBERT ALLEN (Ap'd Ind.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 874, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the Division of the 
Pacific, Nov. 14, 1866, to May 20, 1870 ; as Assistant to the Quartermaster 
General at Washington, D. C, May 27, 1870, to Mar. 10, 1873, (Acting Quar- 
termaster General, Dec. 16, 1871, to Mar. 22, 1872, and Nov. 4, to Dec. 3, 1872); 
as Chief Quartermaster, Division of the Pacific, Mar. 22, 1873, to Apr. 24,1876, 
(leave of absence, Feb. 2, to June 1, 1875) ; as Member of Retiring Board, 
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 25, 1875, to Sept. 19, 1876 ; and awaiting orders, 
Sep. 19, 1876, to Mar. 21, 1878. 

Retired from Active Service, Mar. 21, 1878, at his ovrs request, 

AFTER 40 consecutive YeARS OF SERVICE. 



875. . . (Born Pa.) "WILLIAM FRAZER (Ap'd Pa.). . .34 

For previous history, see No. 875, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 27, 1844, at Lancaster, Pa. : Aged 28. 

876. . . .(Born N. J.). . . .GEORGE C. THOMAS (Ap'd N. J.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 876, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Civil History. — Clerk in the Quartermaster General's Office, Washington, 
D. C, since 1867. 

877. . . .(Born N. Y.) . . . ARTHUR B. LANSING (Ap'd N. Y.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 877, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Residence, New York City. 

878 ... . (Born N. H. ) . . . CHARLES B. DANIELS (Ap'd N. H. ) .. 37 

For previous history, see No. 878, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mex. , and 
Died, Oct. 27, 1847 : Aged 30. 

879. . . .(Born N. C.) WILLIAM MOCK (Ap'd N. C). .38 

For previous history, see No. 879, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, near Petaluma, Cal., since 1857. 

880. . . .(Born N. Y.) ROBERT F. BAKER (Ap'd N. Y.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 880, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 117 

NuMBEE. 1836. Class Rank. 

881.... (Bom N. C.) CHARLES HOSKINS (Ap'd N. C.)..40 

For previous history, see No. 881, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Monteeey, Mex. : Aged 32. 



882. . . .(Born R. I.). . . .SAMUEL WHITEHORN (Ap'd R. I.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 882, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 2, 1840, at Ft. Winnebago, Wis. : Aged 34. 



883 . . . (Born N. Y. ) COLLINSON R. GATES . . (Ap'd at Large. ) . . 42 

For previous history, see No. 883, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, June 28, 1849, at Fredeeicksbueg, Tex. : Aged 33. 



884. . . .(Born S. C). .MARCUS C. M. HAMMOND. . (Ap'd S. C). .43 
For previous history, see No. 884, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Planter, Beach Island, S. C, (near Augusta, Ga.) 1863-76. 
Died, Jan. 23, 1876, at Beach Island, S. C. : Aged 61. 



885. . . .(Born Ky.). . RICHARD G. STOCKTON (Ap'd Ky.). .44 

For previous history, see No. 885, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Physician, Cape Girardeau, Mo., 1863-74. 

Died, June 14, 1874, at Cape Glrabdeau, Mo. : Aged 59. 

886. . . .(Born S. C). . .THOMAS P. CHIPFELLE (Ap'd S. C). .45 

For previous history, see No. 886, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Clerk in the Quartermaster General's office, Washington, 
D. C, since 1867. 

887. . . .(Born Md.) LLOYD TILGHMAN (Ap'd Md.). .46 

For previous history, see No. 887, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, May 16, 1863, in the Battle of Baker's Creek : Aged 47. 



888. . . .(Bom Me.) THOMAS McCRATE (Ap'd Me.). .47 

For previous history, see No. 888, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 18, 1845, at Boston, Mass. : Aged 30. 



889. . . .(Born Pa.) HENRY C. MOORHEAD (Ap'd Pa.). .48 

For previous history, see No. 889, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Ape. 15, 1861, in Montgomery Co. , Va. : Aged 46. 



890. . . .(Born N. Y). . CHARLES H. E. SPOOR (Ap'd N. Y). .49 

For previous history, see No. 890, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates, 
Died, Jan. 26, 1838, at Lockpoet, N. Y. : Aged 26. 



118 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEK. 1837. Class Rank. 



CLASS OF 1837. 

891. . . .(Born Ct.) . . . .HENRY W. BENHAM (Ap'dCt). .1 

For previous history, see No. 891, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served : as Siiperintending Engineer of the construc- 
tion of the Defenses of Boston Harbor, Mas., (Ft. Winthrop, from June 17, 
1865,— Ft. Independence, from Nov. 13, 1865,— Ft. Warren, from Apr. 9, 
1867,— and Works on Long Island Head, from Oct. 25, 1869), to July 30, 
1877,— of Provincetown Harbor Defenses, Mas., Jan. 20, 1866, to Feb. 4, 
1870,— in charge of Boston Harbor Sea Walls, May 19, 1866, to Apr. 1, 
1873, — and of Ft. Montgomery, N. Y., and the Defenses of New York Har- 
bor (except at Eastern entrance and on Staten Island), since July 30, 1877 ; 
and as Member of Board for the examination of Engineer Officers for Pro- 
motion, Oct., 1877. 



892. . . . (Born N. H.) . . . .JOHN W. GUNNISON (Ap'd N. H.) . 

For previous history, see No. 892, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Oct. 26, 1853, by Indians, neab Sevxek Lake, Utah : Aged 41. 



893. . . (Born Pa.) EDWIN W. MORGAN (Ap'd Pa.). .3 

For iDrevious history, see No. 893, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics, Lehigh Univer- 
sity, at Bethlehem, Pa., 1866-69. 

Died, Apk. 16, 1869, at Bethlehem, Pa. : Aged 55. 



894. . . . (Born N. Y.) JOHN BRATT (Ap'd N. Y.) . .4 

For previous history, see No. 894, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Purveyor in the Subsistence Department for Cadets of 
the U. S. Military Academy, since Dec. 1, 1850. 



895. . . (Born N. C.) BRAXTON BRAGG (Ap'd N. C). .5 

For previous historj^ see No. 895, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Superintendent of New Orleans Water Works, 1868, 
to 18 — . Chief Engineer of the Board for the Improvement of the River, 
Harbor and Bay of Mobile, Ala., 18 — to 18 — ; and of Gulf. Colorado an<l 
Santa Fe, N. M.', Railroad, 1874. 

Died, Sep. 27, 1876, at Galveston, Tex. : Aged 59. 



896. . . .(Born Va.) ALEXANDER B. DYER (Ap'd Mo.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 896, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served as Chief of Ordnance, U. S. Army, in charge 
of Ordnance Bureau, Washington, D. C, Sep. 12, 1864, to May 20, 1874. 
Died, May 20, 1874, .^t Washington, D. C. : Aged 59. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 119 



NuMBEK. 1837. Class Rank, 



897. . . , (Born Mas.). .WILLIAM W. CHAPMAN (Ap'd Mas.) . .7 

For i^revious history, see No. 897, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 27, 1859, at Foet Monkoe, Va. : Aged 45. 



898 .... (Born D. C. ) . . "WILLIAM W. MACKALL (Ap'd Md. ) . . 8 

For previous historj', see No. 898, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



899. . . .(Born Me.). . .E. PARKER SCAMMON (Ap'd Me.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 899, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— U. S. Consul at Prince Edwards Island, 1866, to 18—. 
Professor of Mathematics, Seaton Hall, South Orange, N. J., 18 — . 



900. . . .(Born N. J.) LETATIS G. ARNOLD (Ap'd N. J.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 900, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 22, 1871, at South Boston, Mas. : Aged 55. 



901. . . (Bom Pa.) ISRAEL VOGDES (Ap'd Pa.). .11 

For pre-vnous history, see No. 901, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of regiment, headquarters at 
Ft. Hamilton, N. ¥., Jan. 18, 1866, to Nov. 16, 1872,— at Charleston, S. C, 
Nov. 16, 1872, to Aug. 22, 1875,— and at Ft. Adams, R. I., Nov. 11, 1875 to 

902 .... (Born N. Y. ) THOMAS "WILLIAMS (Ap'd Mich.) . . 12 

For previous histoiy, see No. 902, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed. Aug. 5, 1862, in Defense of Baton Rouge, La. : Aged 47. 



903 .... (Born Va.) ROBERT T. JONES (Ap'd Va.) . . 13 

For previoias history, see No. 903, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, 1862, in the Vieginta Peninsular Campaign: Aged 46. 



904. , . . (Bom Vt.) . . . . FRANCIS WOODBRIDGE (Ap'd Vt.) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 904, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 20, 1855, at Bareancas Baeeacks, Fla. : Aged 39. 



905. .. . (Born Pa.) A. PARK GREGORY (Ap'd Pa.) . . 15 

For previoiis history, see No. 905, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 19, 1840, at Jacksonville, Fla. : Aged 28. 

906. . (Born Mas.) .ED"WARD D. TO"WNSEND (Ap'd Mas.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 906, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Acting Adjutant General of the Armj', 
at Washington, D. C, Mar. 23, 1863, to Feb. 22, 1869 ; and as Adju- 
(Beig.-Geneeal Staff — Adjutant Genebal of the U. S. Army, 
Feb. 22, 1869) 

tant General of the U. S. Army, since Feb. 22, 1869. 



120 GRADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEB. 1837. Class Rank. 

907. . . . (Born N. J.) . WILLIAM T. MARTIN (Ap'd N. J.) . 17 

For previous history, see No. 907, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



908. . . .(Born Va.) JUBAL A. EARLY (Ap'd Va.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 908, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

CivU History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Residence, Lynchburg, Va. 

909. . . (Born Pa.) EDMUND BRADFORD (Ap'd Pa.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 909, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



910 .... (Born Mas. ) HENRY C. PRATT (Apd Mas. ) . . 20 

For previous history, see No. 910, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Paymaster of New York District, 1867-69 ; 
as Chief Paymaster of the Department of the Lakes, May 10, 1869, to 
Nov., 1873; 'as Paymaster, at Detroit, Mich, 1873-75; and as Chief Pay- 
master of the Department of the Platte, since June 5, 1875, (leave of absence. 
May 29 to Aug. 29, 1876). 

911. . . (Born D. C.) BENNETT H. HILL (Ap'd D. C). .21 

For i)revious history, see No. 911, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Sub-District of Key West, 
Fla., Apr. 1, 1867, to May 25, 1868,— of Ft. Jefferson, Fla.. 1868-69,— of regi- 
ment, Nov. 16, 1868, to Feb. 28, 1869^— of Ft. Preble, Me., 1869-70,— and 
of regiment, Apr. 6, to May 20, 1869 ; on leave of absence, Feb. 28, to Oct. 25, 
1870 ; and in command of Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Oct. 27, to Dec. 2, 1870. 
Retired from Active Service, Dec. 15, 1870, on his own application, 

AFTER 30 consecutive YeARS OF SeR-^TCCE. 



912. . . (Bom Md.) MriLLIAM H. FRENCH (Ap'd D. C). .22 

For previous history, see No. 912, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Inspector of Artillery for the Defenses of 
San Fiancisco Harbor, Cal., 1865-67; as President of Examining Board at 
San Francisco, Cal., of candidates for appointment in the Army, 1866-67 ; on 
Court Martial duty at Washington, D. C, June 9, 1868, to June 21, 1869 ; in 
command of regiment, headquarters at Presidio, Cal., July 16, 1869, to 
Nov. 14, 1872, —and Ft. McHenry, Md., Nov. 21, 1872, to Dec. 2, 1876 ; as Mem- 
ber of Board for the establishment of Military Prisons, at Boston, Mas., Oct., 
1873,— on Heavy Gun Carriages, etc., at New York City, Jan.-Feb., 1874,— 
for Examination of candidates for ai)i)ointment to the Army, at Washington, 
D. C, St])., 1K74, for Inspecticui of Military Prison at Ft. Leavenworth. 
Kan., Sep., 1874, — and for the establishment of Rules and Regulations for 
Military Prisons, Dec. 2, 1876, to Feb. 11, 1877 ; in command of Artillery 

(Colonel 4th Artillery, July 2, 1877) 
Battalion at Washington Arsenal, D. C, Feb. 21, to July. 18, 1877,— and 
suppressing riots on Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Julj^ 18-24, 1877 ; on 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 121 



NuMBEB. 1837. Class Rank. 

leave of absence, Aug. 1, to Nov. 1, 1877 ; and in command of regiment, 
headquarters Presidio, Cal., Dec. 6, 1877, to June 27, 1878, and at Angel 
Island, Cal., since June 27, 1878. 

913. . . .(Born Ga.) GEORGE TAYLOR (Ap'd Ga.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 913, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Dkowtsted, Dec. 24, 1853, off the Capes of the Delaware : Aged 37. 



914. . . .(Bom Ct.) JOHN SEDGWICK (Ap'd Ct.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 914, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Mat 9, 1864, in the Battle of Spottsylvania, Va. : Aged 50. 



915. . . .(Born Mas.) JOSHUA H. BATES (Ap'd Mas.). .25 

For previoiis history, see No. 915, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Cinncinati, 0., since 1861. Member of 
the Senate of the State of Ohio, 1864-66, and 1876-78. Republican Presi- 
dential Elector, of the State of Ohio, 1872. 



916. . . .(Born Del.) GEORGE C. RODNEY (Ap'd Del). .26 

For previous history, see No. 916, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 5, 1839, at St. Augustine, Fla. : Aged 24. 

917. . . . (Born Pa.) JOHN C. PEMBERTON (Ap'd Pa.) . . 27 

For previous history, see No. 917, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

918. . . . (Born Ind.). . .WILLIAM ARMSTRONG (Ap'd Ind.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 918, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 8, 1847, in the Battle of Molcno del Rey, Mex. : Aged 32. 

919. . . .(Born Mas.) JOSEPH HOOKER (Ap'd Mas.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 919, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — On sick leave of absence, June 1, 1867,toOct. 15, 1868. 
Retiked peom Active Seevice, at his own bequest Oct. 15, 1868, as 
Ma.tok-Geneeal, foe Disabilitt conteacted in the Line of Duty. 



920.... (Born Va.) JOHN M. HARVIE (Ap'd Va.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 920, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 7, 1841, at Cedae Keys, Fla. : Aged 25. 



921. .. . (Born N. Y.) . . CHARLES F. WOOSTER. . . . (Ap'd N. Y.) .... 31 
For previous history, see No. 921, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 14, 1856. at Foet Bbown, Tex. : Aged 39. 



122 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1837. Class Rank. 



922. . . .(Bom Ten.). . . .ARTHUR M. RUTLEDGE. . ., .(Ap'dTen.). .32 
For previous history, see No. 922, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, 1876, at Sawanee, Ten. : Aged 59. 



923. . . .(Born Md.) ARNOLD ELZEY (Ap'd Md.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 923 Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, near Jessup's Cut, Anne Arundel Co., Md.-, 
1866-71. 

Died, Feb. 21, 1871, at Baltimoke, Md. : Aged 54. 

924. . . . (Born Va.) EDWARD J. STEPTOE (Ap'd Va.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 924, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Ape. 1, 1865, near Lynchbubg, Va. : Aged 49. 



925. . . (Born Md.). . . .WILLIAM H. FOWLER (Ap'd D. C). .35 

For previous history, see No. 925, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 4, 1851, at Ft. MyEES, Fla. : Aged 35. 



926. . . (Born Ind.) SAMUEL WOODS (Ap'dlnd.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 926, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in making payment to troops on the Pacific 
Coast, headquarters San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 1, 1861, to Apr. 15, 1869 ; 
as Chief Paymaster of the Department of California, Apr. 15, 1869, to Apr. 17, 
1872, continuing as Paymaster at San Francisco to Mar. 8, 1873, — of Divis- 
ion of the Pacific, Mar. 8, 1873, to July 2, 1875,— and of Department of Cal- 
ifornia, July 2, 1875, to Aug. 15, 1876 ; and as Paymaster at San Francisco. 
Cal., since Aug. 15, 1876, (leave of absence Aug. 13, to Nov. 13, 1877). 



927. . . (Born Del.) ROBERT M. McLANE (Ap'd Del.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 927, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Baltimore, Md., since 1860. Member 
of the U. S. House of Rej^resentatives from the State of Marvland, since 
Mar. 4, 1879. 

928. .. . (Born N. J.) .. . ."WALTER SHERWOOD (Ap'd N. J.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 928, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Dec. 28, 1840, neae Ft. Micvnopy, Fl.\.. : Aged 25. 

929. . (Born Ky.) JOHN B. S. TODD (Ap'd 111.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 929, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Speaker of the House of Representatives of DakotRj 
1867-69 ; and Governor of the Territory 1869-71. 

Died, Jan. 5, 1872, at Yankton, Dak. : Aged 57. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 12B 

NuMBEE. 1837. Class Rank. 

930. . . (Bom Mas.) JAMES R. SOLEY (Ap'd Mas.) . .40 

For previous history, see No. 930, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 31, 1845, at Troy, N. Y. : Aged 29. 



931. . . .(Born N. C. ).. SAMUEL D. J. MOORE (Ap'd Ala.). .41 

For previous histoiy, see No. 931, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics, Mars Hill College, near Flor- 
ence, Ala., since 1866. Author of : " Remedy for Existing Evils, Social and 
Political — and necessarilv, a Prevention of all Conflicts between Capital and 
Labor," 1878. " 

932. . . (Born Md.) liANDOLPH RIDGELY (Ap'd Md.). .42 

For jirevious history, see No. 932, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 

AcCIDENTAIiLY KlLLED, OcT. 27, 1846, AT MoNTEEEY, MeX. : AgED 32. 

933. . . .(Born Md.) FRANCIS O. "WYSE (Ap'd Md.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 933, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, near Pikesville, Md., since 1863. 

934. . . .(Born N. Y.).. . WILLIAM G. GRANDIN (Ap'd N. Y.). .44 

For previous history, see No. 934, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 4, 1863, at W.\shington, D. C. : Aged 46. 

935. . . .(Born Ky.) NEVIL HOPSON (Ap'd Ky.). .45 

For previous history, see No. 935, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1847, in Texas : Aged 32. 

936 . . . (Born Ga.). . .'WILLIAM H. T. 'WALKER (Ap'd Ga.) . .46 

For previous historj^, see No. 936, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 22, 1864, in a Soetie feom Atlanta, Ga. : Aged 47. 

937. .. . (Born N. Y.) LEVI P. DAVIDSON (Ap'd N. Y). .47 

For previous history, see No. 937, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Ji-ne 27, 1842, at Saratoga, N. Y. : Aged 25. 

938 . (Born Va.) ROBERT H. CHILTON (Ap'd Va). .48 

For previous history, see No. 938, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— President of the Columbus, Ga., Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 1869-79. 

Deed, Feb. 18, 1879, at Columbus, Ga. : Aged 63. 



939 (Bom Va.) WILLIAM HARDIA (Ap'd Va.), .49 

For previous history, see No. 939, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, M.\e. 4, 1842, at CovrNGTON; Ky. : Aged 28. 



124 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1837-38. Class Rank. 



940. . . (Born N. C). FRANKLIN SAUNDERS (Ap'd N. C). .50 

For previous history, see No. 940, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 4, 1856, neae Baltimore, Md. : Aged 38. 



CLASS OF 1838. 

941. . . .(Born N. C.) . . .WILLIAM H. 'WRIGHT (Ap'd N. C). .1 

For previous history, see No. 941, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 29, 1845, at Wilmington, N. C. : Aged 31. 



942. . . . (Born La.) P. G. T. BEAUREGARD (Ap'd La.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 942, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Civil Engineer since 1866. Tendered the Chief Com- 
mand of the Army of Roumania, 1866 (declined) ; and that of the Egyptian 
Army, 1869 (declined). Adjutant-General of the State of Louisiana, since 
1878. 

943. . . . (Born S. C.) JAMES H. TRAPIER (Ap'd S. C). .3 

For iirevious history, see No. 943, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 2, 1866, at Mansfield, S. C. : Aged 51. 

944. . . (Born Vt.). . . STEPHEN H. CAMPBELL (Ap'd Vt.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 944, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 1, 1845, at Jacksonville, Fla. : Aged 30. 

945. . (Born N. H.) .JEREMIAH M. SCARRITT (Ap'd 111.) . .5 

For previous history, see No. 945, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 22, 1854, at Key West, Fla. : Aged 37. 



946 (Born N. Y.) ALEXANDER H. DEARBORN. , . , (Ap'd N. Y.). . 6 
For previous history, see No. 946, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 26, 1853, at Mt. Vebnon Arsenal, Ala. : Aged 35. 



947. . . (Born Mis.) JOHN T. METCALFE .(Ap'd Mis.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 947, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Physician, New York City, since 1846. 



948. . . . (Born S. C.) THOMAS CASEY (Ap'd Ala.). .8 

For previoiis history, see No. 948, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 20, 1847, near San Antonioj Tex.: Aged 27; 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 125 

Number. 1838. Class Rank. 

949....(Ap'dS. C.) ISAAC S. K. REEVES (Ap'd S. C.)..9 

For previous history, see No. 949, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Feb. 22, 1851, at Flushing, N. Y. : Aged 32. 

950 . . .(Born Ky.) BTJCKNER BOARD (Ap'd Ky.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 950, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Merchant, St. Louis, Mo., 1865, to 18—. 

951. . . . (Born Va.) WILLIAM B. BLAIR (Ap'd Va.) . . 11 

For jjrevions history, see No. 951, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy and 
Instructor of Artillery, Virginia Military Institiite, Lexington, Va., since 
Oct. 16, 1865. 

952 . . (Born Va.).. . .THOMAS LEE RINGGOLD (Ap'd D. C). .12 

For previous history, see No. 952, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1VL4.Y 11, 1854, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 36. 



953. . . .(Born N. Y.).. . .JAMES M. KETCHUM. . . . (Ap'd at Large.) . . 13 
For previous history, see No. 953, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 8, 1844, at Cincinnati, 0. : Aged 26. 



954. . . .(Born Ga.) HENRY C. WAYNE (Ap'd Ga.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 954, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



955.... (Born Vt.) LUCIUS PITKIN (Ap'd Vt).. 15 

For previous historj', see No. 955, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil BKstory. — Counsellor at Law, New York City, 1844^67. 
Died, Oct. 12, 1867, at New Yoek City : Aged 56. 



956. . . .(Born 0.) WILLIAM H. SHOVER (Ap'd O.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 956, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep 7, 1850, at West Point, N. Y. : Aged 36. 



957 . . .(Born N. Y.) WILLIAM F. BARRY (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 17 

For previous historj', see No. 957, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Northern Frontier, pending 
Fenian Raids into Canada, June 15, 1866, to Sep. 27, 1867,— of Artillery 
School for Practice, at Ft. Monroe, Va., Nov. 28, 1867, to Nov. 22, 1876, and 
Feb. 5, to Mar. 1. 1877,— of troops in the District of Columbia, Nov. 23, 1876, 
to Feb. 5, 1877, — of regiment, headquarters at Ft. McHenry, Md., Mar. 1, 1877, 
to , — and of U. S. Troops at Baltimore, Md., diu-ing Railroad Dis- 

turbances, July 22, to Aug. 3, 1877. 



126 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1838. Class Eank. 



958. . . .(Born Ten.) MILTON A. HAYNES (ApclTen.) .18 

For previoiis history, see No. 958, Vol. I, of Register of Gradi;ates. 
Civil History.— Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

959. . . .(Born Pa.) WILLIAM A. NICHOLS (Apd Pa.) .19 

For previous history, see No. 959, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Chief of Staff to Lieut. -General Sherman, 
Aug 18, 1866, to Mar. 4, 1869,— and to Lieut.-General Sheridan, Mar. 4, to 
Apr. 8, 1869. 

Died, Ape. 8, 1869, at St. Loxns, Mo. : Aged 51. 

960. . . (Born Pa.) JOHN C. FLETCHER (Apd Pa.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 960, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Merchant, McConnellsburg, Pa., since 1847. 

961. . . . (Born N. Y.) LESLIE CHASE (Ap'd N. Y.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 961, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Apr. 15, 1849, at Ft. Johnston, N. C. : Aged 33. 



962 ... . (Born Mo.) LANGDON C. EASTON (Ap'd Mo. ) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 962, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

MEitary History. — Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of 
the Missouri, Sep. 5, 1866, to May 27, 1872; as Acting Chief Quartermaster of 
the Division of Missouri, Mar. 24, to Dec. 2, 1868 ; as Chief Quartermaster 
of the Division of the Atlantic, and in charge of Depots at Philadelphia 
and Schuylkill Arsenal, June 8, to Dec. 31, 1872 ; in charge of General 

(CoL. Staff — Asst. Quaetermastee-Genekal, June 6, 1872) 
Depots of Philadelphia and Schuylkill Arsenal, Dec. 31, 1872, to Mar. 1, 1875; 
as Chief Quartermaster, Division of the Pacific, Apr. 5, to Jan. 1, 1875, — and 
of the Division of the Atlantic, June 24, 1875, to Aug. 9, 1878 ; in charge 
of General Depot, New York City, June 24, 1875, to ; and as Member 

of Board on Army Ambulances, Aug. 31, 1876, to Feb. 24, 1877. 

963. ..(BornO.) IRVIN McDOWELL (Apd O.).. 23 

For previous history, see No. 963, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Department of C'nlitbr- 
nia, Jan. 27, 1865, to Mar. 31, 1868, being on tour of Inspecti(m. Oct. 31, 
1867, to June 22, 1868,— of Fourth Military District, June 4, to July 4, 1868. 
—of Department of the East, July 16, 1868, to Dec, 1872, — of Division and 

(Majob-General, U. S. Aemy, Nov. 25, 1872) 
Department of the South, Dec. 11, 1872, to June 30, 1876,— of Department 
of California, July 1, to Aug. 15, 187(;,— and of Division of the Pacific, 
July 1, 1876, to ' ; and as Member of Prison Board, Dec. 1, 1876, to 
Feb. 9, 1877. *_ 

964. . . (Born Ten.). . RO'WLEY S. JENNINGS (Apd Ten.) 24 

For previous history, see No. 964, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, Nov. 12, 1839. at St. Augustine, Fla. : Aged 24. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 127 

Number. 1838. Class Rank. 

965. . . (Born Ct.) WILLIAM AUSTINE (Apd Ct.). .25 

For previous historj-, see No. 965, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Retired from Active Service, Feb. 20, 1862. 

966 .... (Bom Ga. ) WILLIAM J. HARDEE ( Ap'd Ga. ) . . 26 

For previous history, see No. 966, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Planter, Selma, Ala., 1866-73. 

Died, Nov. 6, 1873, at Wythevelle, Va. : Aged 58. 



967. . . .(Bom N. Y.).. HAMILTON W. MERRILL (Apd N. Y.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 967, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, New Rochelle, N. Y. 



968. . . .(Born 0.) ROBERT S. GRANGER, (Ap'd O.). .28 

For previous histoiy, see No. 968, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the District of Henrico, Va., 
Apr. 6, 1866, to April 23, 1867. — of regiment, headquarters Richmond. Va., 
Apr. 23, to June 3. 1867,— of Sub-District of Richmond, June 3, 1867. to 
Julys, 1868,— of regiment and Camp Grant, Va., Oct. 27, 1868, to Feb. 21, 

(Transferred to 16th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
1869,— and post of Jackson, Mis., Mar. 19, 1869, to Aug. 14. 1870 ; on leave 
of absence, July 5, to Oct. 27, 1868, and Mar. to Oct. 20, 1869 ; on Courts 
Martial, Apr. 15, to June 23, 1870 ; as Acting Assistant Inspector General of 
the Division of the South, Aug. 14, to Dec. 26, 1870 ; in command of Depot 
at Newport Barracks, Ky., and Superintendent of General Recruiting Ser- 

(CoLONEL, 21sT Infantry, Aug. 16, 1871) 
vice, Jan. 1, to Sep. 23, 1871 ; on duty in San Francisco, Cal., Oct. -Dec, 1871, 
and commanding regiment, Jan. 2. 1872, to Oct. 9. 1873 ; and on sick leave 
of absence, Oct. 2, to Dec. 10, 1873. 

Retired from Active Service, Jan. 1, 1873, upon his own application, 
AFTER 30 Years of continuous Service. 



969. . . (Bom Ct.) OWT5N P. RANSOM (Ap'd Ct.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 969, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

970. . (Bom N. Y.). . .JOHN H. MATHEWS... (Apd N. Y.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 970, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 15, 1838, at Camp "Worth. Ten. : Aged 20. 

971. . . .(Born La.) HENRY H. SIBLEY (Ap'd La.). .31 

For previous histoiy, see No. 971, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1866-69, and since 1873, no certain infoi-ma- 
tion having been received. Brig. -General in the Egyptian Army, Dec, 
1869, to Sep. 30, 1873. 



128 GKADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1838. Class Eank. 



972. . . (Born Ky.) EDTVARD JOHNSON (Ap'd Ky.). 32 

For previous history, see No. 972, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, Chesterfield County, Va., 1866-73. 
Died, Feb. 22, 1873, at Eichmond, Va. : Aged 57. 

973 ... . (Born Mis. ) RIPLEY A. ARNOLD (Apd Mis. ) . . 33 

For previous history, see No. 973, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Murdered, Sep. 6, 1853, at Ft. Graham, Tex. : Aged 36. 



974. . . .(Born Md.). . . .CONSTANT FREEMAN. . . (Ap'd at Large.). .34 
For previous history, see No. 97-4, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 17, 1839, \t Ft. Wayne, I. T. : Aged 22. 



975. , (Born Va.). ALEXANDER ^A^. REYNOLDS (Ap'd Va). .35 

For previous history, see No. 975, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.^Unknown, 1866-70, no certain information having been 
received. Colonel of Staff, in the Egyptian Army, Apr. 21, 1870, to May 26, 
1876. 

Died, May 26, 1876, at Alexandria, Egypt : Aged 60. 



976 . . (Born Pa.) ANDREW J. SMITH (Ap'd Pa.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 976, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Department of Missoiiri, 
Sep. 14, 1867, to Mar. 2, 1868 ; and on leave of absence. Mar. 2, 1868, to May 6, 
1869. 

Resigned, May 6, 1869. 

Civil History. — U. S. Postmaster at St. Louis, Mo., April 3, 1869, to 
Unknown, since 1870, no certain information having been received. 



977 ... . (Born Md. ) CHARLES J. HUGHES (Ap'd Md. ) . . 37 

For previous history, see No. 977, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 22, 1839, at Ft. Frank Brooke, Fla. : Aged 22. 



978 .... (Born N. Y. ) . . WILLIAM HULBERT (Ap'd N. Y. ) . 38 

For previous history, see No. 978, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May. 2, 1839, by Seminole Indians, near Ft. Frank Brooke, Fla. : 

Aged 23. 



979. . . (Born Del.). . . ROBERT M. COCHRAN. .(Ap'd at Large.). .39 
For previous history, see No. 979, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Feb. 24, 1847, by Mexicans, near Ramos, Mex. : Acjed 31. 



980 ... (Born N. Y. ) . . . JUSTUS McKINSTRY (Ap'd Mich. ) . 40 

For previous history, see No. 980, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. - Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 129 



NuMBEB. 1838-39. Class Bank. 

981. . (BornN. Y.). FERDINAND S. MUMFORD. . .. (Ap'd N. Y.). .41 
For previous historj', see No. 981, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Counsellor at Law in California, 1857-72. 
Died, Oct. 1, 1872, at Folsom, Cal. : Aged 54. 



982 ... (Born \-a. ).... CARTER L. STEVENSON (Ap'd Va. ) . . 42 

For previous history, see No. 982, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, except that he was the Superintendent of 
Black Bay Mine, near Silver Inlet of Lake Superior, Canada, 187 — . 



983. . (Born Ky.) RICHARD H. GRAHAM (Ap'd Ky.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 983, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Monteeey, Mex., and 
Died, Oct. 12, 1846 : Aged 29. 



984. . . .(Born Pa.) CHARLES P. RUFF (Ap'd Pa.). .44 

For previous history, see No. 984, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on Coui-ts Martial, Aug. 23, 1867, to Feb., 
1868 ; as Judge Advocate of the Department of the East, Feb.-June, 1868, 
and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, June-July, 1868 ; and as Professor 
of Military Science at the University of Pennsylvania, July 3, 1868, to 
Feb. 21, 1870. 

Retieed from Active Service, Mar. 30, 1864. 



985. . . .(Born Ala.) ZEBULON M. P. INGE (Ap'd Ala.). .45 

For j)revious history, see No. 985, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May 9, 1846, in the Battle of Resaca de la Palma, Tex.: Aged 31. 



CLASS OF 183 9. 

986 .... (Born Mas. ) ISAAC I. STEVENS (Ap'd Mas.) . . 1 

For previous history, see No. 986, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 1, 1862, in the Battle of Chantilly, Va. : Aged 44. 

987. . . . (Born Va.) ROBERT Q. BUTLER (Ap'd Va.) . .2 

For previous history, see No. 987, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Apr. 3, 1843, at Sea : Aged 25. 

988. . (Born N. Y). ...HENRY W. HALLECK (Ap'd N. Y.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 988, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Division of the Pacific, 
headquarters at San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 30, 1865, to June, 1869, — and of the 
Division of the South, headquarters at Louisville, Ky., from June 17, 1869, 
to Jan. 9, 1872. 

DrED, Jan. 9, 1872, at Louisville, Ky. : Aged 57. 



130 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1839. Class Rank. 



989. . . .(Bom N. C.) JEREMY F. GILMER (Ap'd N. C). .4 

For previous history, see No. 989, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— President of Savannah, Ga., Gas Light Company, since 

1867. 



990 . . (Born Me.) HENRY L. SMITH (Ap'd Me.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 990, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 13, 1853, at Madisonville, La. : Aged 38. 



991. (Born Pa.) MICHAEL S. CULBERTSON (Ap'd Pa.). 

For previous historj% see No. 991, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 25, 1862, at Shanghai, China: Aged 44. 



992. . . (Bom N. H.) GEORGE THOM (Ap'd N. H.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 992, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of Ft. Gorges, Me., 
July 21, 1865, to Aug. 5, 1868,— of Fts. Preble and Scammell, Me., Nov. 8, 1866, 
to Mar. 14, 1867, and Nov. 18, 1867, to Aug. 5, 1868,— of Fts. Popham and 
Knox, Me., Nov. 18, 1867, to Aug. 5, 1868 ; as Member of Board of Engineers 
for Improvement of Burlington Harbor, Vt., Ogdensburg Harbor, N. Y., 
Portland Harbor and Saco River, Me., Jiine, 1867 ; in charge of Surveys and 
Improvement of Kennebec River, Me., Nov. 8, 1866, to completion in 
Sep., 1877, — of Saco River, and Breakwater, Me., Nov. 8, 1866, to completion, 
Oct., 1873, — of Surveys and Imj^rovement of Portland Harbor, and Penobscot 
River (below Bangor), Me., since Nov. 8, 1866, — of Sui-vey of St. Croix 
River, Me., Mar. 20, 1867, to 1878, — of Survey and Improvement of Union 
River, Me., Mar. 20, 1867, to completion in Ai;g., 1872, — of Survey and Im- 
provement of Back River (near Bath), Me., and Richmond's Island Break- 
water, since Mar. 20, 1867,— of Survey of Fifteen-Mile-Falls, N. H., 1870-71,— 
of Survey and Improvement of Narraguagus River and Royals River, Me., 
July 18, 1870, to completion in 1873,— of Sullivan River and Falls, Me.. July 18, 
1870, to completion in 1874, — of Kennebunk River, Me., since July 18, 1870, 
and of Wells Harbor, Me., Mar. 21, 1871, to completion in Sep.. 1873,— of Survey 
of Wareham Harbor, Mas., May 25, 1871, to June 30, 1872, — of Improvement 
of Hyannis Harbor, Mas., May 25, 1871, to June 30, 1872, — of Survey and Im- 
provement of Taunton River, Mas., May 25, 1871, to June 30, 1872,— of Well- 
fleet Harbor, Mas., May 25, 1871, to conipletion July, 1873, and of Duxbury 
Harbor, Mas., May 25, 1871, to completion May, 1874,— of Sun-ey and Improve- 
ment of Merrimac River, and Boston, Newburyport, Gloucester,' Plymouth and 
Provincetown Harbors, Mas., since May 25, 1871, — of Survey ofEdgartown 
Harbor, Mas., 1872, — of Survey and Improvement of Salem Harbor, Mas., 
June 19, 1872, to completion in Apr., 1875,— of Camden Harbor, Me., 
June 19, 1872, to completion Sept., 1875, and of Machias River, Me., 
June 19, 1872, to completion Nov., 1876,— of Survej's of Aroostock, River, Me., 
of Penobscot River (above Oldtown), Me., of Poiismoiith Harbor, N. H. (for 
breakwater)), of Ipswich Bay (for breakwater at Hodgkin's Cove), Mas.. 1873, 
and of Exeter and Lamprey Rivers, N. H., Isle of Shoals, N. H. (for break- 
water), and Lake Winnipisseogee, N. H., 1874, —of Survey and Improvement 
of Hingham Harbor, Mas., July 2, 1874 to completion in May, 1876,- -of Sur- 
vey of Matinicus Island Harbor, Me., and of Ipswich River and Harbor, 
Mas., 1875,— of Survey and Improvement of Bucksport Narrows, Me., 
Mar. 22, 1875 to completicm in Oct.. 1878, and of Belfast Bay and Harbor, Me., 
since Mar. 22, 1875; as Member of Board of Engineers for Improvement of 



U. S. MILITAKY ACADEMY. 131 



Number. 1839. Class Rank. 

1 

Stonington Harbor, Ct., July, 1875 ; and in charge of Surveys of Lincolnville 
Harbor, Me., Charles Eiver and Scituate Harbor, Mas., 1878, — and of Survey 
and Improvement of Lubee Channel, Me., and Portsmouth Harbor, N. H., 
since July 8, 1878. 

993 (Born N. Y.). FRANKLIN D. CALLENDER (Apd N. Y.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 993, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of St. Louis Arsenal, Mo., 
July 11, 18(i'2, to July 17, 1870, being Chief of Ordnance of the Division of the 
Missouri, Jan. 28, 1867, to May 24, 1870,— of Washington Arsenal, D. C, 
July 21, 1870, to Sep. 25, 1875,— and Augiista Arsenal, Ga., Oct. 22, 1875. to 
(Colonel, Okdnance, June 23, 1874) 
; and as Member of Board upon Saddle Ambulance, Feb. 16, to Mar, 5, 
1875, — and of Examination Board of Ordnance Ofl&cers for promotion, Apr., 
1875; on leave of absence, Aug. 29, to Sept. 28, 1870, Aug. 10, to Oct. 1, 1871, 
May 21, to June 18, 1873, Sep. 20, to Oct. 18, 1873, May 27, to June 26, 1876, 
Sep. 9, to Oct. 24, 1876, and Aug. 15, to Oct. 4, 1877. 



994. . . (Born N. Y.) HENRY S. BURTON (Ap'dVt.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 994, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Served: in command of regiment, headquarters Ft. 

Monroe, Va., Nov. 27, 1865, to June 10, 1867,— at Columbia, S. C. to Feb. 9, 

1868,— at Richmond, Va., to Oct. 22, 1868,— and at Ft. Adams, R. I., Mar. 1, 

to Apr. 4, 1869 ; and on Court Martial, New York City, Oct. 1868, to Mar. 1869. 

Died, Apk. 4, 1869, at Newpoet, R. I. : Aged 51. 



995 (Born N. Y.) JOSEPH A. HASKIN (Apd N. Y.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 995, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Ft. Schuyler, N. Y., Sep. 26, 
1866, to Sep. 29, 1870,— and at Ft. Wood, N. Y., Sep. 29, to Dee. 2, 1870. 
Retired from Active Service, Dec 15, 1870, for Disability prom 
loss op an arm in battle. 
Died, Aug. 3, 1874, at Oswego, N. Y. : Aged 56. 

996. . (Born Mas.) HENRY D. GRAFTON (Apd Mas.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 996, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 13, 1855, at Davenport, Ia. : Aged 37. 



997. . . .(Born Pa.) JAMES L. RANKIN (Ap'd Pa.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 997, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentally Killed, Dec. 20, 1845, at Savannah, Ga. : Aged 28. 

998 (Born S. C.) ALEXANDER R. LAWTON (Apd S. C.) .13 

For previous history, see No. 998, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Savannah, Ga., since 1866. Member 
of the Senate of the State of Georgia, 1876-77. Vice-President of the Georgia 
Constitutional Convention, 1877. President of Augusta and Savannah Rail- 
road Company, since Feb., 1878. Residence, Savannah, Ga. 



182 GRADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEE. 1839. Class Eank. 

999. . . .(Born Ct.) HENRY B. JUDD (Ap'd Ct.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 999, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, June 15, 1866, to 
Jan. 1, 1868 ; on spec-ial duty at the headquarters of the Second Military Dis- 
trict, Jan. 20, to July 31. 1868, being the Provost Marshal, May 29, to July 31, 
1868. 

Retiked fkom Active Seevice, Nov. 21, 1861. 

1000 . (Born N. Y.). . .LUCIUS H. ALLEN (Ap'd N. Y.) .15 

For previous history, see No. 1000, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Merchant, San Francisco, Cal., since 1851. 



1001. . (Born N. Y.) . .JAMES B. RICKETTS (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 1001, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on Courts Maiiial, July 17, 1867, to Jan. 22, 
1869. 

(LiEUT.-CoL. 21sT Infantry, July 28, 1866, — Declined.) 

Retieed from Active Service, Jan. 28, 1867, Majoe-Geneeal, foe 
Disability feom Wounds keceived in Battle. 



1002. . . . (Born Md.) . . EDWARD O. C. ORD (Ap'd D. C. ) . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1002, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei"ved : in command of Fourth Military District 
(Arkansas and Mississippi), Mar. 26, 1867, to Jan. 9, 1868, — of Department 
of California, Apr. 24, 1868, to Dec. 4, 1871,— of Department of the Platte, 
Dec. 11, 1871, to Apr. 6, 1875,— and of Department of Texas, Apr. 11, 1875, to 



1003. , . .(Born Ten.) JOSEPH B. BOYD (Ap'd Ten.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1003, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 17. 1845, at Nashville, Ten. : Aged 27. 

1004. . . .(Born Mich.) HENRY J. HUNT (Ap'd O.). ,19 

For previous history, see No. 1004, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Independence, Mas., 
Feb. 28, to Apr. 19, 1867,— of Ft. Sullivan, Me., Apr. 30, 1867, to Feb. 5, 

(Colonel, 5th Aetillery, Ape. 4, 1869) 
1869,— and Ft. Jefferson, Fla., Feb. 28, to Apr. 21, 1869 ; in command of 
regiment, headquarters Ft. Adams, R. I., May 20, 1869, to Nov. 30, 1875, 
and of District of North Carolina, July 28, to Sep. 13, 1870 ; as Member of 
Board to prepare Regulations for the Army, July 15, 1871, to May 17, 1872 ; 
in command of regiment, headquarters Charleston, S. C, Dec. 4, 1875, to 
July 27, 187G, and Summerville, S. C, July 27, to Nov. 18, 1876; at Wash- 
ington, D. C, under orders of Secretary of War, Nov. 20, 1876, to Feb. 2, 
1877, ; and in command of regiment, headquarters Charleston, S. C, Feb. 4, 
to Ai)r. 12, 1877, (on leave of absence, Apr. 12, to June 2t). 1877), and since 
June 20, 1877 

1005 (Born G.) WILLIAM IRVIN (Ap'd O.) 20 

For previous history, see No. 1005, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct., 1852, at La Vaca, Tex.: Aged 33. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 133 



Number. 1S39. Class Rank. 

1006. . (BornN. Y.). .WILLIAM S. SMITH (Ap'd N. Y.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1006, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 6, 1849, at Kixgsbridge, N. Y. : Aoed 30. 



1007. (Born Pa.) . SAMUEL K. DAWSON. (Ap'd Pa.) . . 22 

For previous historj^, see No. 1007, Vol. I, of Register of Gradu.ates. 
Military History. — Served : on leave of absence, and awaiting orders, 
(Unassigned Mae. 15, 1869) 
Aug. 11. 1866, to May 11, 1870. 

Retired from Active Service, May 11, 1870, for Disabilitt 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTT. 



1008 .... (Born Me) ... AUGUSTUS A. GIBSON (Ap'd Me. ) .. 23 

For previous history, see No. 1008, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Wan-en, Mas., Oct. 23, 1865, 
to Feb. 17, 1869, being temporarily detached to the Vermont frontier, 
June, 1866, to prevent threatened Fenian raids, — and of Ft. Jefterson, Fla., 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 3d Artillery, Apr. 4, 1869) 
May 3, 1869, to Oct. 27, 1870, (leave of absence to Dec. 15, 1870). 

Retired from Active Service, Dec. 15, 1870, on his o'vs'n application, 

AITTER 30 consecutive YeARS OF SERVICE. 



1009. , . (Bom 0.) ELEAZER A. PAINE (Ap'd O.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1009, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1010. . (Born Md.) GARRETT BARRY (Ap'd Md.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1010, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deownt;d. Sep. 2, 1860, in Lake Michigan, near ChicactO, III. : Aged 44. 

1011. . . (Born Ky.). ..CHARLES WICKLIPFE (Ap'd Ky). .26 

For i^revious history, see No. 1011, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, 18 — , in the battle of . 

1012. . . .(Born Ky.) THOMAS HUNTON (Ap'd Ky.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1012, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, New Orleans, La., since 1849. 

1013 .... (Born Ky.) EDGAR B. GAITHER (Ap'd Ky. ) 28 

For previoiis history, see No. 1013, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 18, 1855, at Columbiaj Ky. : Aged 37. 



134 GRADUATES Or THE 



NuMBEB. 1839-40. Class Bank. 



1014 ..(Bom Pa.) . "WILLIAM H. KORN (Apd Pa.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1014. Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 24, 1^2, at Philadelphia. Pa. : Aged 28. 



1015. (Bom Kv.). . . .EDWARD R. S. CANBY (Apd Ind). .30 

For previous history, see No. lOlo, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Second Military District, 
Sep. 5. 1867, to Julv 28. 1868,— of Department of Washington. Aug. 14, to 
Nov. 12, 1868.— of Fifth Military District, Dec. 1868, to Apr. 8, 1869,— and of 
First Military District and Department of "S irginia, Apr. 8, 1869, to Apr. 30, 
1870 : under special orders, Apr.-Aug., 1870 : and in command of the Depart- 
ment of Columbia. Aug., 1870, to Jan., 1873.— and of the Division of the Paci- 
fic. Jan., to Apr. 11. 1873. 

Civil History. — Degree of LL.D. conferred by "Wesleyan College, 1870. 

MUBDEBED, ApB. 11. 1873, BY MoDOC InDIAXS, WHILE HOLDING COKFEKENCE 
IX THE VTCIXITT OF THE LaVA BeDS, Or. : AgED 5"). 



1016 aBom Pa.) JOHN H. HH.T. (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 31 

For previous history, see No. 1016, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jclt 29, 1847, at Pxtebla, JIex. : Aged 28. 



CLASS OF 1840. 

1017 (Bom La.) PAUL O. HEBERT (Apd La.) . , 1 

Fur previous history, see No. 1017, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1018 ^Bom N. Y.). CHARLES P. KINGSBURY (Ap'd N. C). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1018, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Watertown Arsenal. Mas., 
July 19. 186.3. to Dec. 31, 1870. 

Retibed from Active Service, Dec. 31, 1870, ox his o\vx applicatiox. 

.VFTER 30 COXSECrTTVE YeaES OF SERVICE. 



1019 (Born O.) JOHN McNUTT (Ap'd O.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1019. Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Leavenworth Arsenal. Ran.. 
Dec. 7. 1H61, to Oct. 1, 1869 : as Chief of Ordnance of the Department of 
the Missouri, Feb. 13, 1867, to Nov., 1869: and in command of Columbus 
Arsenal, O., Nov. 19, 1869, to Nov. 18, 1875,— and of Washington .\rsenal, D. C. 

(Ltett.-Coloxel, Ordxaxce, JrxE 23, 1874) 
Nov. 18, 1875, to May 27, 1878. 

Retired from Actt^'e SEE^^cE, May 27, 1878, ox his owx applicatiox, 
AFTER 30 coxsEcrm'E Y'eab-s of Service. 



V. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 135 

NuMBEB. 1840. Class Rank. 

1020 (Bom N. T.)- . .'WILLIAM P. JONES (Ap'd at Large.). 4 

For previous history, see No. 1020, VoL I, of Register of Graduates. 
AccxDENTAixT KcLLED, Sep. 9, 1841, AT Ft. McHexbt, Md. : Aged 22. 



1021. . . .(Bom Ind.-) WILLIAM GILHAM (Ap'd Ind.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 1021, Vol. I. of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

Died, 18—. 

1022. . .(Bom O.) "WILLIAM T. SHERMAN" (Ap'd O.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1022, VoL L of Register of Graduates. 

Military History .^Served : in command of the Division of the Missouri, 
Aug. 11. 186G. to Mar. 5, 1860 ; as Member of Board to examine proposed 

(Gen-eral, I*. S. Akity, ilAE. 5, 1869) 
system of Army Regulations. Dec, 1867— Jan., 1868 ; commanding the Armies 
of the United States, since Mar. 8, 1869; on tour of Inspection of frontiers of 
Texas, Indian Territory, Kansas and Nebraska, Apr. 4, to June 20, 1871 ; on 
professional duty in Europe, Nov. 10, 1871, to Sept. 17, 1872 ; as President 
of Howard Court of Inquiry, Mar., 1874 ; and on tour of Inspection of posts on 
the Yellowstone River, and in Montana Territory, June 26, to Oct. 22, 1877. 

Civil History. —Regent of the Smithsonian Institution, Jan. 1871, to 



1023 . . .(Bom O.). . . .JOB R. H. LANCASTER (Ap'd 0.). . 

For previous history, see No. 1023, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
AcciDEXTALLY KiLLED, JrxT 5, 1841, NEAR Cetstai Riveb, Fla. : Aged 23. 



1024. ..(Bom N. Y.). "WILLIAM H. CHURCHILL (Ap'd at Large). 8 
For previous history, see No. 1024, Vol. I, of Register of Gi*aduates. 
Died, Oct. 19, 1847, at Point Isabel. Tex. : Aged 28. 



1025 .... (Bom N. Y. ) . . STE'WART VAN VLIET (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 9 

For previous history, see No. 1025, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Depot Quartermaster at Baltimore, Md., 
(BvT. !Majok-Ge>"eeal, U. S. Aeits:, iLuj. 13, 1865. for 

' ' FAirHFTL AM) DLSTLSGnSHED SERVICES D." THE 
QrARTERJIASTER's DEPARTMENT DrRIXG THE "VVaR." 

Apr. 18, 1867, to May 13. 1869 ; in charge of SchuylkiU Arsenal, Pa., May 13, 
1869. and as Chief Quartermaster of the Division of the Atlantic. June 15, 
1869, to June 1, 1872 ; on leave of absence, June 20, to Oct. 28, 1872 ; as 

(Colonel Staff — Asst. Quartermaster General, June 6, 1872) 
Chief Quartermaster of the Department of Missouri, Oct. 28, 1872, to July 13, 
1875, — and of the Philadelphia Depot of Quart ermasters stores, July 17, to 
Nov. 8, 1875 ; and Inspector of Quai-temiaster's Department, headquarters, 
"Washington, D. C, Nov. 12, 1875, to 



136 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1840. Class Rank. 

1026. . . .(Bom Ten.) JOHN P. McCOWN (Ap'd Ten.). .10 

For previoias history, see No. 1026, "Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Civil History.— School Teacher, near Knoxville, Ten., 1866, to 18—. 
DrED, Jan. 22, 1879, at Little Rock, Ark. : Aged 54. 



1027 . . .(Born N. Y.). . FRANCIS N. CLARKE. . . (Ap'd at Large). .11 
For previous history, see No. 1027, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Aug. 13, 1866, at Tallahassee, Fla. : Aged 46. 



1028. . . .(Born Va.) GEORGE H. THOMAS (Ap'd Va.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1028, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Department of the Cum- 
berland, Mar. 16, 1867, to Jan. 5, 1869 ; as Member of Dyer Court of Inquiry, 
Jan.-May, 1869 ; and in command of Division of the Pacific, June 1869, to 
Mar. 28, 1870. 

Died, Mar. 28, 1870, at San Francisco, Cal. : Aged 54. 



1029. . . .(Born D. C). RICHARD S. EWELL (Ap'd Va.). 13 

For previous history, see No. 1029, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, near Spring Hill, Maury County, Ten., 1866-72. 
Died, Jan. 25, 1872, in Maury County, Ten. : Aged 55. 



1030. . . . (Born N. C.) JAMES G. MARTIN (Ap'd N. C.) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 1030, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Lay Deputy, from North Carolina, to the General 
Protestant Episcopal Convention, held at New York Citj% 1874. Counsellor 
at Law, Asheville, N. C, 1866-78. 

Died, Oct. 4, 1878, at Asheville, N. C. : Aged 59. 



1031 (Born D. C.) GEORGE W. GETTY (Ap'd D. C). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1031, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of the District of New Mexico. 
Apr. 11, 1867, to Jan. 11, 1871, — and of regiment, headquaiiers Charles- 

(Colonel, 3d Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
ton, S. C, Apr. 4, 1871, to July 6, 1872 ; awaiting orders and detached servit^e 

(Transferred to 3d Artillery, Jan. 1, 1871) 
July 6, to Nov. 12, 1872 ; in command of regiment, headquarters Ft. 
Hamilton, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1872, to Feb. 27, 1877 ; as Member of Court of 
Inquiry, Mar. 10, to May 9, 1874 ; in command of Post and Artillery School 
for Practice, Ft. Monroe, Va., since Mar., 1877, except while detached in com- 
mand of troops along Baltimore and Ohio Railroad during labor strikes, 
June 24, to July 25, 1877 ; and as Member of Court of ln(iuirv in case of 
Fitz-John Porter, June 20, 1867, to 



1032 (Born N. Y. ) HORACE B. FIELD (Ap'd N. Y. ) 16 

For previous history, see No. 1032, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, Dec. 24, 1853, off the Capes of the Delaware : Aged 38, 



U, S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 137 



Number. 1840. Class Bank. 

1033 (Born N. Y.) HENRY WHITING (Ap'd N. Y). .17 

For previous history, see No. 1033, Vol. I, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Merchant, St. Clair, Mich., since 1863. 



1034. . . .(Born Va.) WILLIAM HAYS (Ap'd Ten.), .18 

For previoiis history, see No. 1034, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Monroe, Va., Feb, 15, 1866. 
to Apr. 28, 1867 ; as Inspector of Registration at Vicksburg, Mis., May-July, 
1867 ; in garrison at Ft. Monroe, Va., July 15, 1867, to Apr. 27, 1869,— and at 
Ft. Independence, Mas., May 1869, to Dec. 17, 1872 ; on sick leave of absence, 
Dec. 17, 1872, to Apr. 29, 1873 ; and in command of Ft. Independence, Mas., 
Apr. 29, 1873, to Feb. 7, 1875. 

Died. Feb. 7, 1875. at Ft. Independence, Mas. : Aged 56. 



1035 , . (Born N. Y. ) . . FOWLER HAMILTON (Ap'd N. J.) . . 19 

For. previous history, see No. 1035, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Aug. 8, 1851, on San Saba River, Tex. : Aged 34. 

1036. . (Born Mas.) . BRYANT P. TILDEN (Ap'd Mas.). ,20 

For previous history, see No. 1036, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 27, 1859, at Olean, N. Y. : Aged 42. 

1037. . . (Bom Pa.) THADDEUS HIGGINS (Ap'd Pa.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1037, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Accidentally Killed, Sep. 12, 1845, near Corpus Cheisti. Tex. : Aged 28. 

1038. . . (Born N. Y). . OSCAR P. WINSHIP (Ap'd N. Y.). ,22 

For previous history, see No. 1038, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 13, 1855, at Trot, N. Y. : Aged 38. 

1039. . (Born O.). , BUSHROD R. JOHNSON (Ap'd O.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1039, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1040. , . (Born Mas.) CHARLES H. HUMBER (Ap'd Mas.), ,24 

For previoiis history, see No. 1040, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 2, 1858, at Ft. Smith, Ark. : Aged 42. 

1041 , . (Born 0.) JAMES N. CALDWELL (Ap'd O.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1041, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Sei-ved : as Member of Board at Louisville, Ky., for 

the examination of Candidates for promotion in the Army, May 21, to 

Dec. 31, 1867 ; and as Professor of Militarv Science at Kentucky Universitv, 

Aug. 9, 1868, to Feb. 25, 1869. 

Retired from Active Service Dec. 29, 1863. 



138 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1840. Class Bank. 



1042. . . .(Born Me.) -JOHN W. T. GARDINER (Ap'd Me.). .26 

For i^revious history, see No. 1042, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Eecriiiting Service, Sep. 1, 1865, to Jan. 1, 
1868. 

Retired from Active Service, Nov. 14, 1861. 



1043. . .(Bom N. C). REUBEN P. CAMPBELL (Ap'd N. C). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1043, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Killed, June 1, 1862, in the Battle of Seven Pines, Va. : Aged 44. 



1044. (Born Md.) .PINCKNEY LUGENBEEL (Apd O.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1044, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served: as Supervising Inspector of Eegistration at 
Helena. Ark., June-Get., 1867 ; in command of regiment, headquarters. Ft. 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 19th Infantry, June 25, 1867) 
Smith, Ark., Oct. 11, 1867, to Mar. 31, 1869,— of Ft. Gmtiot, Mich., Apr. 21, 

(Transferred to 1st Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
1869, to June 30, 1870,— and of Ft. Wayne, Mich., July 2, to Sep. 5, 1870 ; as 
Member of Eetiring Board, New York City, Sep. -Dec, 1870 ; and in com- 
mand of regiment, headquarters. Ft. Wayne, Mich., Jan. 5, 1871, to June 19, 
1874,— and at Ft. Eandall, D. T., Jan. 27, 1874, to ; (sick leave 

of absence, Jan. 13, to May 14, 1878. 



1045 . (Born R. I). HENRY 'WARD WELL (Ap'd N. Y.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1045, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, July 21, 1841, at Ft. Dallas, Fla. : Aged 24. 

1046 . . (Born Ten.) . . WILLIAM ROBERTSON (Ap'd Ten.) . 30 

For previous history, see No. 1046, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Planter, New Iberia, La., since 1846. 

1047 . . (Born N. Y.) WILLIAM STEELE (Ap'd N. Y.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1047, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. ^Commission Merchant, 1866-73. Adjutant General of 
the State of Texas, since 1874. 

1048 (Born Pa.) ROBERT P. M ACL AY (Ap'd Pa.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1048^ Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1049. (Born N. Y.).. OLIVER L. SHEPHERD (Ap'd N. Y). 33 

For previous history, see No. 1049, Vol. I, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on leave of absence, Feb. 21, to Nov. 10, 1866 ; 
in command of regiment, headquarters Macon, Ga., Nov. 10, 1866, to 



U. 8. MILITARY ACADEMY. 139 



NuMBEB. 1S40. Glass Bank. 



Dec. 31, 1867 ; on leave of absence and awaiting orders, Dec. 31, 1867, to 
Mar. 6, 1868 ; in command of regiment and Snb-District of Alabama, 
Mar. 6, to Aiig. 12, 1868,— and post of Marshall, Tex., Aug. 27, -Sep. 3, 1868 ; 
awaiting orders, before Sub-Judiciary Committee of the U. S. Hoiise of 
Representatives, Jind on Court of Inquiry, 1868-69 ; in command of regiment, 
June 11, to Nov. 13, 1869 ; and on leave'of absence to Dec. 15, 1870. 

Retired fkom AcTrvE Service, Dec. 15, 1870, on his own application, 

AFTER 30 CONSECUTIVE YeARS OF SERVICE. 

In confinement undergoing sentence of Court Martial, since Apr. 2, 1878. 



1050. . . .(Born Ga.) HENRY D. WALLEN (Ap'd Fla.). .34 

For in-evious history, see No. 1050, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Columbus Recruiting 
Depot, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1867, to May 5, 1869 ; awaiting orders, May-Oct. 1869 : 

(Unassigned, Mar. 15, 1869) 
on Special Duty at headquarters of Department of the East, Oct. 16, 1869, to 
Aug. 18, 1870 : in command of 18th Infantry, headquarters Atlanta, Ga., 

(Assigned to 8th Inf.antry, Dec 15, 1870) 
Aug. 25, to Nov. 3, 1870 ; on dutv at headquarters, Department of the East, 
Nov., 1870, to Jan. 27, 1871, and with regiment, Feb. 3, 1871, to July 5, 1872 ; 
on Courts Martial. 1871-72 ; on Y'^ellowstone Expedition, July 26, to 
Oct. 18, 1872,— and at Omaha Barracks, Neb., to Nov. 20, 1872 ; on leave of 
absence, to Dec. 23, 1872 : commanding battalion of regiment to Mar. 2, 1873, 

(Colonel, 2d Infantry, Feb. 19, 1873) 
— and commanding regiment, Dec. 1, 1873, to Jan. 29, 1874. 

Retired from Actise Service, Feb. 18, 1871, for Disability 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNB OF DuTY. 

1051 (Bom Me.) STEPHEN D. CARPENTER (Ap'd Me.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1051, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 31, 1862, in the B.\ttle of Stone Rivt^r, Ten. : Aged 44. 



1052 (Born N. H.) JOSEPH L. FOLSOM (Ap'd N. H). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1052, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. July 19, 1855, at San Jos6, Cal. : Aged 39. 



1053 ... (Born N. Y. ) WILLIAM G. TORRE Y (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 37 

For previoTis history, see No. 1053, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, since 1845. 



1054. . . (Born Pa.) DANIEL G. ROGERS (Ap"d Pa.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1054, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates, 
Died, July. 21, 1848, at Vera Cruz, Mex. : Aged 30. 



1055. . . (Bom D. C.) WILLIAM B. JOHNS (Ap'd D. C). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1055i Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



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Number. 1840-41. Class Bank. 



1056. . . .(Born D. C). • .DOUGLASS S. IRWIN. . .(Ap'd at Large.). .40 
For previous history, see No. 1056, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Monterey, Mex. : Aged 26. 



1057. . . .(Born Va.) THOMAS JORDAN (Ap'd Va.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 10-57, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1058. . . .(Born Me.) JOHN D. BACON (Ap'd Me.). .42 

For i^revious history, see No 1058, Vol. I, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Chueubusco. Mex., and 
Died, Oct. 12, 1847 : Aged 29. 



CLASS OF 1841. 



1059 . . .(Born Mas.). ...ZEALOUS B. TOWER (Ap'd Mas.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1059, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Member of the Board of Engineers for 
Fortifications and Harbor and River Obstructions, required for the Defense 
of the Territory of the United States, since May 18, 1867 ; on Insi^ection 
tour of Fortifications about New Orleans, at Ship Island and at Mobile 
Point, Feb 2, to Mar. 16, 1870 ; as Member of Special Board on Improve- 
ment of Cape Fear River. Jan. -Dec, 1872, — on Improvement of Mobile 
Harbor, Feb. 3-14, 1872, and Dec, 1873,— for Examination of Engineer Offi- 
cers for Promotion, June 20, to Sep. 6, 1872, Apr. -May, 1873, Dec, 1875. 
Feb., 1877, and Oct., 1877-Feb., 1878,— on Improvement" of Duluth and Su- 
perior City Harbors, Apr. 2-16, 1873, — on Improvement of Galveston Harbor. 
Jan. -Feb., 1874, Dec, 1875, and Sep., 1877, — on Proi^ortionate number of 
Gatling gims to be used in Fortifications, Feb. 19-26, 1874, — on Stability of 

(Colonel, Coep.s of Engineers, Jan. 13, 1874) 
Lieut.-Colonel Duane's 15 inch Gun-platform, Ajjr., 1875, — on Improvement 
of Channel between Staten Island and New Jersey, May 12, to Nov. 30, 1875, 
— on Imiu-ovement of Savannah River and Harbor, June 8-12, 1875, — on 
Claims for constructing St. Mary's Falls Canal, Feb., 1876, — on Claims for 
improving Des Moines Rapids, Mar.-June, 1876, — on Modifications of Rock 
Creek Bridge of Washington Aqueduct, Feb. 7, to Apr. 7, 1877,— on Im- 
provement of Ohio River, Feb. 20-23, 1877, — on Claims for building Sand- 
Beacli Breakwater, Lake Huron, Mich., Dec, 1877-Mar., 1878, — onlmprovement 
of Charleston Harbor, S. C, Mar., 1878, — on Improvement of Low-water 
Navigation of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivei-s, July, 1878, — on Harbor 
of Refuge, near Cincinnati, O., July, 1878, — and on Progress of Constnic- 
tion of Works at South Pass of the Mississippi River, Oct.-Nov., 1878 ; on 
spec-ial duty to devise plans for the Security and Defense of the New York 
Treasury Building, Aug.-Sep., 1877, — and to examine H. S. Dale's claim for 
work on Harbor of Refuge, Lake Huron, Mich., Dec, 1877, to Mar. 5, 1878 : 
and as Member of Court Martial, at Buffalo, N. Y., Jan.-Feb., 1878. 



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NuMBEB. 1841. Class Rank. 



1060. . . . (Born Ct.) HORATIO G. WRIGHT (Ap'd Ot.) . 2 

For previous historj', see No. lUtiO, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: us Member of the Board of Engineers for 
Fortitications and Harbor and River Obstructions, required for the Defense 
of the Territory of the United States, since May 18, 18(J7 (leave of absence in 
Europe, Mar. 28, to Nov. 12, 1873), — of Boixrd on Block Island Breakwater, 
R. I., Feb., 1868, — of Board to test Beaupre's system of constructing cannon, 
Aug., 1868, — of Commission on East River Bridge, from New York to Brooklyn, 
Mar.-May, 1869, — of Board to determine the necessity of keej^ing a peace 
garrison at Ship Island, Mis., Feb., 1870, — of Commission to Europe to 
collect information iipon the fabrication of Iron for Defensive purposes, 
June 29, to Nov. 22, 1870, — of Commission upon the Sutro Tunnel in the 
State of Nevada, Apr.-Dec, 1871, — of Board on Delaware Breakwater Harbor 
of Refuge, Nov. 8, 1871, to Aug. 29, 1872, — of Board on Improvement of 
Mobile Harbor, Ala., Feb. 3-14, 1872, and Dec, 1873,— of Board on Cape 
Fear River improvement, N. C, Jan. -Dec, 1872, — of Boards for the exami- 
nation of Officers of the Corps of Engineers for ijromotion, June 20, -Sep. 6, 
1872, and Dec. 18, 1875, — of Board on models of Heavy Ordnance, June- 
Julj', 1872, — of Board to examine devices for Dejiressed Gun-carriages, Jan.- 
Feb., 1873, — of Board on the Improvement of Delaware River at Horse-Shoe 
Shoals, Apr. -May, 1873, — of Boards on Improvement of Galveston Harbor En- 
trance, Tex., Jan.-Feb., 1874, Dec, 1875, and Sep., 1877,— of Board to deter- 
mine the proportionaite number of Galling guns to be used in Fortifications, 
Feb. 19-26, 1874, — of Board to determine the best method for improving the 
mouth of the Mississippi River, July, 1874, to Feb., 1875, being absent in 
Eiirope inspecting river Improvements, Aug. -Nov., 1874, — of Board on pro- 
jDosed Railroad from Austin, Tex., to Topopovampo, West Coast of Mexico, 
Feb. 18-23, 1875, — of Board to locate Moveable Dams in Ohio River, 
Apr. 14-19, 1875, — of Board on Improvement of Channel, between Staten 
Island and New Jersey, Ajir. 26, 1875, to Jan., 1876, — of Board on the 
Improvement of the Great Kanawha River, May 7-25, 1875, — of Board on the 
Improvement of Savannah River and Harbor, Ga., June 8-12, 1875, — of 
Board on the Improvement of Stonington Harbor, Ct., June 22-July 3, 1875, 
— of Commission to pave (under Act of July 19,1876), Pennsylvania Avenue 
of Washington City, since July 28, 1876, — of Commissions to report upon 
certain subjects connected with the Improvement of the South Pass of the 
Mississippi River, Nov. -Dec, 1876, and Dec, 1877-Jan., 1878, — of Board on 
modifications of Rock Creek Bridge of the Washington Aqueduct, Feb.- 
Apr., 1877, — of Board on the Imijrovement of the navigation of the Ohio 
River, Feb.-Mar., 1877,— of Commission, under Act of Mar. 3, 1877, to exa- 
mine Moline Water Power contracts, Mar.-Dec, 1877, — of Court of Inquiry 
into the official transactions of Lieut. -Col. Blunt, Oct.-Nov., 1877, — of Board 
on substitution of Lock and Gate for first Moveable Dam on the Ohio River, 
Jan. 24-30, 1878, — of Board on Improvement of Charleston Harbor, S. C, 
Mar., 1878, — of Board on Improvement of low Avater navigation of the Mis- 
sissippi and Missouri Rivers, July, 1878, — and of Board to examine and report 
progress of works at the South Pass of the Mississippi River, Oct.-Nov., 1878 : 
as Assistant to the Chief of Engineers, July 13-19, 1878 ; and Acting Chief of 
Engineers July 29, to Nov. 9, and Dec. 16-22, 1878. 

(Colonel, Coeps or ENciiXEEfis, Dec. 10, 1878) 

Civil History. — Author (jointly with Gen. J. G. Barnard and Col. P. S. 
Michie) of Report on the "Fabrication of Iron for Defenses," (Professional 
Papers of the Corps of Engineers, No. 21). 



1061. .(Born Md.). . . .MASILLON HARRISON. . . (Ap'd at Large.). .3 
For larevious history, see No. 1061, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 2, 1854, at Ft. Schuylek, N. Y. : Aged 35. 



142 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1841. Class Bank, 



1062 .... (Born La. ) . . SMITH STANSBUR Y ( Ap'cl Md. ) . . 4 

For previovas history, see No. 1062, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1864, at St. John's, N. B. : Aged 44. 

1063 .... (Boru Mas.) . . AMIEl. W. WHIPPLE (Ap'd Mas.) . 5 

For previous history, see No. 1063, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Battle of Chancellorsville, and 
Died, May 7, 1863, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 46. 

1064 . .(Born Pa.) JOSIAH GORGAS (Apd N. Y.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1064, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1065 (Born Ind). THOMAS J. RODMAN (Ap'd Ind.) .7 

For previous history, see No. 1065, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Rock Island Arsenal, 111., 
Aug. 4, 1865, to June 7, 1871 ; and as Member of Ordnance Board on sea- 
coast Rifled cannon, carriages, and other Ordnance matters, Dec. 12, 1867, to 
Jan. 4, 1868, — of Board to examine Ordnance Officers for promotion, Jan., 
1H(5H,— of Board to examine Major Whittemore's moditication of the Spring- 
field' rifle, Feb., 1868,— of Board to test Beaupre's system of constructing 
cannon, Aug. 19, to Sep. 5, 1868, — of Board to consider the proctocol of the 
International Military Commission, relative to the using of certain War Pro- 
jectiles, Jan. 25, to Feb. 3, 1869, — of Board to examine Col. Benton's plan of 
moving and manoiuvring heavy guns, Jan., 1870, — and of Board on supply 
of Ordnance and Ordnance stores to U. S. service, May, 1870. 

Died, June 7, 1871, at Rock Island, III. : Aged 53. 

1066 . . (Born Me.) ALBION P. HOWE (Ap'd Me.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1066, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Member of Artillery Board to inspect all 
the Arms, Ammunition and Military Stores in the U. S. Forts and Arsenals, 
AuCT. 2, 1866, to Aug. 20, 1867 ; on duty in Bureau of Refugees. Freedmen 
and Abandoned Lands, to May 13, 1868 ; in command of Ft. Washington. 
Md., June 1, 1868, to Sep. 6, 1872 ; in charge of Disbursing Office, Louisville, 
Ky., to July 5, 1876 ; awaiting orders and of sick leave of absence to Aug. 31, 
1877 ; and in command of regiment and post of Presidio, Cal., to Dec. 7, 
1877^ — and of Alcatraz Island, Cal, since Dec. 8, 1877. 

1067 (Born Pa. ) PHILIP W. MACDONALD (Apd Pa. ) 9 

For previous history, see No. 1067, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 11, 1851, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 33. 



1068 (Born Pa.) GEORGE W. AYRES (Apd Pa). 10 

For previous history, see No. 1008, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
KnjJCD, Sep. 8, 1847, in the B.\ttle of Molino del Rey, Mkx. ; Aged 26, 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 143 

Number. 1841. Class Rank. 

1069 . (Born Ct.) NATHANIEL LYON (Ap'd Ct.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 10G9, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Aug. 10, 1861, in the Battle of Wilson's Ckeek. Mo. : Aged 42. 

1070. . . (Born Pa.) JOSEPH F. IRONS (Ap'd Pa.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1070, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Cherubusco, Mex. , xmi 
Died, Aug. 26, 1847: Aged 26. 



1071 (BornN. Y.). LEONIDAS JENKINS (Ap'd N. Y.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1071, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 18, 1847, at Vera Cruz, Mex. : Aged 28. 



1072. . . (Born Va.) JOHN LOVE (Ap'd Ten.). .14 

For previous historj^ see No. 1072, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Member of Commission to erect a new Cajntol building 
for the State of Indiana, since May 24, 1877. 



1073. . (Born N. C). . HARVEY A. ALLEN (Ap'd N. C). . . 15 

For previous history, see No. 1073, V"ol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Camp Steele, San Juan 
Island, Wash., June 26, 1867, to July, 1868,— of District of Astoria, July 27, 
1868, to Aug. 8, 1871,— of Sitka, Alaska, Sep. 21, 1871, to Jan., 1873,— of Ft. 
Macon, N. C, Feb. 11, 1873, to Apr. 21, 1874,— and of Raleigh, N. C, Apr. 27, 
1874, to Apr. 30, 1877; on leave of absence. May 22, to July 31, 1876 ; in gai-- 
rison at Washington Arsenal, D. C, May 2, to June 2, 1877 ; on sick leave of 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 2d Artillery, July 2, 1877) 
absence, June 2, to Sep. 13, 1877 ; and in garrison at Ft. McHenrj', Md.. 
since Sep. 13, 1877 (leave of absence, July 12, to Sep. 12, 1878). 

1074 (BornCuba). JULIUS P. GARESCH^ (Ap'd Del). .16 

For previous history, see No. 1074, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 31, 1862, in the Battle of Stone River, Ten. : Aged 42. 



1075 . (Born Vt. ) . SE WALL L. FREMONT (Ap'd N. H. ) 17 

For previous history, see No. 1075, A''ol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Chief Engineer and Superintendent of Wilmington and 
Weldon Railroad, N. C, 1854-71 ; and of the Wilmington, Charlotte and 
Rutherford Railroad, 1870-76. Rice Planter, near Wilmington, N. C. 
1877-78. Architect and Superintendent of the North Carolina Asylum for 
Colored Insane, near Goldsboro, 1878. Assistant Engineer, in the service of 
the United States, on the Improvement of Savannah River, 1878. 

1076. . (Bom Va.). SAMUEL S. ANDERSON (Ap'd Va.) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 1076, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no ceiiain information having been received. 



144 GRADUATES OF TIIP: 



NuMBEE. 1841. Class Bank. 



1077 . .(Born Va.) SAMUEL JONES (Apd Va.) .19 

For previous history, see No. 1077, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Farmer, Mattoax, Amelia County, Va., since 1866. 



1078 ... (Born Pa. ) SIMON S. FAHNESTOCK ( Ap'd Pa. ) 20 

For previous history, see No. 1U7!S, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, at Washing- 
ton. D. C, and Attornev before the Supreme Court of the District of 
Columbia. 1865-76. 

Died. June 15, 1876, at Washington, D. C, Aged 57. 



1079. . (Bom Md.) .RICHARD P. HAMMOND (Ap'd Ark.). 21 

For previous history, see No. 1079, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— General Superintendent of San Francisco and San Jose 
Railroad, 1866-71. Vice-President of California Pacific Railroad, 1871-73. 
and President since 1873. President of the Board of Education of the City 
and County of San Francisco, Cal., 1868-69. Regent of the University of 
California, '1868-73. Appointed by the President, under special act of Con- 
gress, to report upon Land Claims'of the McGarrahan Grant, in Califoi-nia, 
1875. Member of the Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military Academy, 1876. 
President of the Board of Police Commissioners for the City and County of 
San Francisco, Cal., since 1878. 



1080. . (Born Mas.) ..JOSEPH B. PLUMMER (Ap'd Mas.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1080, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 9, 1862, near Corinth, Mis. : Aged 43. 

1081 . (Born D. C.) JOHN M. BRANNAN (Apd Ind.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1081, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Nov. 6, 

(Lieut. Col. 2'2d Infantry, July 28, 1866 ; Declined) 
1866, to Feb. 15, 1870,— of Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1870, to Nov. 1872, 
— ofU. S. troops at Ogdensburg, N. Y., May 25, to June 4, 1870, during 
threatened Fenian raids into Canada, — of Ft. Barcaiu-as, Fla., Nov. 26. 1872, 
to Dec. 17, 1874,— of Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Dec. 29, 1874. to Oct. 23, 1876,— of 
Edgefield, S. C, Oct. 27, to Nov. 11. 1876,— of Tallahassee. Fla.. Nov. 12, to 

(Leeitt. -Colonel, 4th Artillery, Jan. U), 1877) 
Dec. 9, 1876,— and Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Dec. 19, 1876, to . except while 

in command, July 23, to Aug. 16, 1877, of troops at Philadelphia, Pa., during 

(Tiunsferred to 1st Artillery. Mar. 20, 1877) 
Railroad Disturbances, and while. Oct. 29, to Nov. 15, 1877, on a Court of 
Inquiry. 

1082 (Born N. Y.). SCHUYLER HAMILTON (.\p'd N. Y.) . . 24 

For previouB history, see No. 1082, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Hydrographic Engineer, in the Department of Doclcs of 
New York City, lK7l'73 ; and Superintendent t)f Yards, 1873-75. Author of 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 145 



Number. 1841. Class Kank. 



"Our National Flag, the Stars and Stripes, its History in a Century," being 
an Address before the New York Historical Society, June 14, 1877 — the 
Centennial Anniversary of the adoption of the Flag. 



1083. . . . (Born Pa.) JAMES TOTTEN (Ap'd Va.) . .25 

For previous history, see No. 1083, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Inspector General of the Department of the 
East, Aug. 27, 1866, to July 10, 1869,— juid of the Military Division of the 
South, to Apr., 1870. 

Dismissed, July 22, 1870, fok "Disobedience of Ordees," "Neglect of 

Duty," and "Conduct to the Prejtjdice of Good Order 

and ivillitary discipline." 

Died, Oct. 2, 1871, at Sedalia, Mo. : Aged 53. 

1084. . . .(Born Pa.). . , .JOHN F. REYNOLDS (Ap'd Pa.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1084, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, July 1, 1863, in the Battle of Gettysburg : Aged 42. 

1085. . . (Born Va.) .ROBERT S. GARNETT (Ap'd Va.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1085, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 13, 1861, in the Combat of Carrick's Ford, W. Va. : Aged 41. 

1086 ... (Bom N. Y. ) . . . ROBERT B. PARKER (Ap'd at Large) . . 28 

For previous history, see No, 1086, Vol. H, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 13, 1842, at Philadelphia, Pa., Aged 23. 

1087. . . (Born Va.). . ..RICHARD B. GARNETT (Ap'd Va.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1087, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 3, 1863, in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. : Aged 44. 

1088. . . (Born S. C.) RICHARD H. BACOT (Ap'd S. C). .30 

For previous history, see No. 1088, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1861, at Charleston, S. C. : Aged 41. 

1089 .... (Bom Mas. ) . . CLAUDIUS "W. SEARS (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 31 

For previous history, see No. 1089, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics, University of Mississippi, 

since 1865 ; and of Civil Engineering, 1872-74. Residence, Oxford, Mis. 



1090. . . (Born O.) DON CARLOS BUELL (Ap'd Ind.) . .32 

For previous history, see No. 1090, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — President of Greene River, Ky., Iron Works, 1865-70. 
Coal Mining, on Greene River, Ky., since 1870. P. O. Paradise, Muhlen- 
burg County, Ky. 



146 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1841. Class Rank. 



1091. . . .(Born Mas.). ■ .JOHN G. BURBANK (Ap'd Mas.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1091, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
MoETAiiLY Wounded in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mex., akd 
Died. Sep. 10, 1847: Aged 28. 



1092. . . . (Born Pa.) ALFRED SULLY. (Ap'd Pa.) . 34 

For previous history, see No. 1092, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on special duty under the Interior Depart- 
ment, visiting various Sioux Bands on the Platte and Ujiper Missoiiri 
Rivers, Feb. 16, to Sep. 12, 1867 ; as Member of Retiring Board, New York 
City, Sep. 27, 1867, to Mar. 17, 1868 ; in command of regiment and the 
District of Uijper Arkansas, headquarters Ft. Harker, Kan., May 18, 1868, 
to Feb. 24, 1869, being on expedition against hostile Indians, Aug. 27, to 

(Unassigned, Mak. 15, 1869) 
Nov. 22, 1868 ; as Superintendent of Indians of Montana, May 7, 1869, to 
Sep. 23, 1870 ; awaiting orders, to Dec. 15, 1870, when assigned to 19th 
Infantry ; in command of Baton Rouge, La., Jan. 12, to July 9, 1871, — of 
Jackson Barracks, La., July 14, 1871, to Mar. 27, 1873, — and Baton Rouge, 
La., Apr. 1, to June 15, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence, June 15, to Dec. 11. 

(Colonel, 21st Infantey, Dec. 10, 1873) 
1873 ; in command of Baton Rouge, La., Dec. II, 1873, to Feb. 28, 1874,— 
and of regiment and Ft. Vancouver, Wash., May 13, 1874, to Sep. 8, 1876, 
May 3, to June 11, 1877, and since Sep. 23, 1877 ; on leave of absence, 
Sep. 8, 1876, to May 3, 1877 ; and on detached duty in Idaho Territoiy, 
June 21, to Sep. 23, 1877, during the Nez Perces Indian exjiedition. 



1093 .... (Born N. H.) . FRANKLIN P. FLINT (Ap'd Mas.) . . 35 

For previous history, see No. 1093, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History.— Served : in command of Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 1, 
(Colonel, 4th Infantey, July 8, 1868) 
1866, to Sejj. 26, 1868 ; on leave of absence, to Apr. 20, 1869 ; in command 
of regiment and Ft. Laramie, Wy., Apr. 27, 1869, to Mar. 16, 1871,— of 
Frankfort, Ky., Mar. 30, 1871, to Feb. 4, 1873,— of Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 5, to 
May 8, 1873,— of Ft. Bridger, Wy., May 14, 1873, to Aug. 30, 1876, and 
Nov. 7, 1876, to May 23, 1878 (leave of absence, June 19, to Aug. 16, 1875. 
and Aug. 30, to Nov. 7, 1876, and Court Martial duty, Dec. 18. 1876. to Feb. 13, 
1877),— and Ft. Sanders, Wy., May 24, 1878, to 



1094 . (Born N. Y.). JOHN BEARDSLEY (Ap'd N. Y). 36 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1094, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1095. (Born D. C.) PATRICK CALHOUN (Ap'd S. C). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1095, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 4, 1858, at Pendleton, S. C. : Aged 37. 



U. 8. MILITAKT ACADEMY. 147 



NuMBEK. 1841. Class Rank. 

1096. . . (Bom Vt.). ISRAEL B. RICHARDSON (Ap'd Vt.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1096, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Battle of Antietam, and 
Died Nov. 3, 1862, at Shaepsburg, Md. : Aged 47. 



1097. . . .(Boru Vu.) JOHN M. JONES (Ap'd Va.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1097, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May 10, 1864, near Spotsylvania, C. H., Va. : Aged 43. 



1098. . (Boru Pa.) ANDREW "W. BOWMAN (Ap'd Pa.). .40 

For previoiis history, see No. 1098, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : in command of District of Humboldt, Cal. , 
(Lieut. -Colonel in 31st Infantry, June 6, 1867) 
Mar. 20, 1866, to Aug. 9, 1867,— and at Camp Gaston, Cal., to Oct., 1867 ; on 
leave of absence Oct., 1867, to Apr., 1868; and in garrison at Ft. Buford, Dak., 
May 14, 1868, to Jan. 29, 1869. 

Died, July 17, 1869, at Omaha, Neb. : Aged 50. 



1099. . . . (Born Md.) EDWARD MURRAY (Ap'd Md.) . .41 

For previous history, see No. 1099, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1100. . . . (Born Va.) FRANCIS N. PAGE (Ap'd Va.) . . 42 

For previous history, see No. 1100, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mar. 25, 1860, at Ft. Smith, Are. : Aged 41. 



1101. . (Born Ky.). ..ANDERSON D. NELSON (Ap'd O.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 1101, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Jackson Barracks, La., 
Nov. 21, 1866, to Apr. 20, 1867 ; as Supervisor of Board of Registers, Apr. 20, 
to Aug. 27, 1867 ; on special duty at New Orleans, La., Aug. 27, to Oct. 11, 1867 ; 

(Lieut. -Colonel 5th Infantry, Jan. 12, 1868) 
in command of post of New Orleans, La., Oct. 11, 1867, to June 1, 1868 ; on 
leave of absence, June 1, to Oct. 1, 1868 ; in command of regiment and 

(Unassigned, Mae. 15, 1869) 
Ft. Havs, Kan., Nov. 7, 1868, to Apr. 20, 1869,— of detachment, 10th Cavalry, 
and Camp Supply, I. T., to Feb. 7, 1871,— of Camp Gaston, Cal., May 9, 1871, 

(Assigned to 12th Infantry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
to Oct. 13, 1873,— of regiment and Angel Island, Cal., Oct. 20, 1873, to 
Nov. 12, 1874, continuing on duty there till Feb. 28, 1876 ; and as Acting 
Assistant Inspector General of the Department of Dakota, Mar. 11, 1876, to 
Mar. 11, 1878 ; with U. S. Commissioner-General at the Paris Exposition, to 
Oct., 1878 ; and on delay, Oct. 29, 1878, to 



148 GKADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEE. 1841. Class Eank. 

1102. . . .(Born S. C). ..BENJAMIN A. BERRY (Ap'd S. C). .44 

For previous history, see No. 1102, Vol. II, of Kegister of Graduates. 
AcciDKNTALLY KiLLED, Sep. 12, 1845, IN Aranzas Bay, Tex. : Aged 28. 



1103. . . . (Bom Md.) ALEXANDER C. H. DARNE (Ap'd Md.). .45 

For previous history, see No. 1103, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1104 (Born O.) . .WILLIAM T. H. BROOKS (Ap'd O.). .46 

For previous history, see No. 1104, Vol. 11, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Civil History.— Farmer, Himtsville, Ala., 1866-70. 

Died, July 19, 1870, at Huntsville, Ala. : Aged 49. 



1105. . . .(Born 111.) ELIAS K. KANE (Ap'd 111.). .47 

For previous history, see No. 1105, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 9, 1853, at Belleville, III. : Aged 33. 



1106. . . .(Born D. C.) LEVI GANTT (Ap'd Md.). .48 

For previous history, see No. 1106, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 13, 1847, in the Battle of Chapultepec, Mex. : Aged 30. 



1107 . . (Born N. Y. ) . MORTIMER ROSECR ANTS. . . (Ap'd Mich. ) . . 49 
For previous history, see No. 1107, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 7, 1848, at Ypsilanti, Mich. : Aged 30. 



1108. . , (Born 111.) RUDOLPH F. ERNST (Ap'd 111.). .50 

For previous history, see No. 1108, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle or Molino del Rey, Mex., and 
Died, 8ep. 22, 1847, in the City of Mexico: Aged 28. 



1109 (Born Ky.) ABRAHAM BUPORD (Ap'd Ky.). .51 

For previous history, see No. 1109, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Farmer, Versailles, Ky., since 1866. 



1110 (Born N. Y.) CHARLES P. MORRIS (Ap'd N. Y.) .52 

For previous history, see No. 1110, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Molfno del Rey, Mex., and 
Died, Sep. 17, 1847, in the City of Mexico: Aged 27. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 149 

Number. 1842. Class Rank. 

CLASS OF 1842. 

1111. . . .(Born Mas.) HENRY L. EUSTIS (Ap'd Mas.). .1 

For previous historj^ see No. 1111, Vol. U, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Engineering in the Lawrence Scientific 
School of Harvard University, Mas., since Dec. 1, 1849. 



1112. . . .(Bom Va.) JOHN NEWTON (Ap'd Va.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1112, "Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the Defenses 
on the Long Island side of the NaiTows Entrance to New York Harbor, and 
Fort at Sandy Hook, N. J., Aug. 20, 1866, to Aug. 1, 1877,— of Improvement 
of Hudson River, N. Y., since Aug. 20, 1866,— of Removal of obstructions in 
East River, and at Hell Gate, N. Y., since July 31, 1868,— of Removal of 
wreck of steamer "Scotland," in the waters of New York Harbor, Aug. 1, 
1868, to Dec. 31, 1870, — of Defenses on Governor's and Bedloe's Islands, New 
York Harbor, Feb. 23, 1869, to Aug. 1, 1877, —of Manufacture and Supply of 
Mastic, since Feb. 23, 1869,— of Fortifications on Staten Island, N. Y., 
Jan. 1, to Aug. 17, 1870,— of Ft. Montgomery, N. Y., Jiine 1, 1870, to Aug. 1, 
1877, — of Improvement of Burlington Harbor, Vt., and Plattsburg Harbor, 
N. Y., since Jan. 1, 1870,— of Survey of Port Chester Harbor, N. Y., Mar. 22, 
to Dec. 28, 1871, and of its Improvement, since June 19, 1872,— of Survey of 
East Chester Creek, N. Y., Mar. 22, 1871, to Jan. 19, 1872, and of its Improve- 
ment, since Mar. 19, 1873,— of Survey of Rondoiit Harbor, N. Y., Mar. 22, 
1871, to Jan. 25, 1872, and of its Improvement, since June 19, 1872,— of Sur- 
vey of Passaic River, N. J., Mar. 22, 1871, to Feb. 6, 1872, and of its Improve- 
ment, since June 19, 1872,— of Survey of Otter Creek, Vt., Mar. 22, 1871, to 
Feb. 15, 1872, and of its Improvement, since June 19, 1872, — of Surveys at 
Keyport Harbor, N. J., Channel between Staten Island and New Jersey, and 
of Rouse's Point Harbor, N. Y., June 19, 1872, to Jan. 21, 1873,— of Suiwey 
of Swanton Harbor, Vt., June 19, 1872, to Jan. 21, 1873, and of its Improve- 
ment, since Mar, 19, 1873, — of Surveys of Lower Harlem River, N. Y., and 
Raritan River, N. J., Mar. 19, 1873, to Feb. 21, 1874,— of Survey of Upper 
Harlem River, July 2, 1874, to Feb. 10, 1876,— of Survey of Transportation 
Route from Troy to New York City, Sep. 2, 1874, to '_ ,— of Surveys 

of Echo and New Rochelle Harbors, N. Y., and for Breakwaters at Rouse's 
Point and Port Henry, N. Y., Mar. 22, 1875, to Mar. 29, 1876,— of Improve- 
ment of Raritan River, N. J., and Echo Harbor, New Rochelle, N. Y., since 
June 26, 1878, — and of Siarveys of various bays and inlets on the eastern end 
of Long Island, N. Y., since Jiily, 1868 ; on leave of absence in Europe, 
Apr. 21, to Aug. 20, 1877 ; as Member of Board for testing Col. Houston's 
modified Gun-carriage, Dec. 2-7, 1866, — for Examination of Ofiicers of 
Engineers for promotion, Dec, 1866, and Apr., 1873, — for Improvement of 
Hudson River, N. Y., May 20-25, 1867,— for Improvement of Buffalo Harbor, 
N. Y., Jan. 1868,— for Block Island Breakwater, R. I., Feb. 25-Mar. 10, 
1868,— for Improvement of Ei-ie Harbor, Pa., Mar. 18-28, 1868,— for Exami- 
nation of wreck of steamer "Scotland," Apr. 1-14, 1868, — for Improvement 
ofOgdensburg Harbor, N. Y., May 1.5-June 14, 1868, — to examine plan of 
Bridge across East River, between Brooklyn and New York, Mar. 31, to 
May 22, 1869, — for Improvement of Wallabout Channel, New York Navy 
Yard, June-July, 1869, — for Improvement of Appomatox River, Va., Aug. 29- 
Nov. 19, 1870,— to examine Gen. Gillmore's design for wooden Platform for 
15-inch guns, Dec, 1870, — for Lewes' screw-pile Pier, Del., Apr. 18, to 
July 6, 1871, — for examination of Delaware Breakwater Harbor of Refuge, 
Nov. 8, 1871, to Aug. 29, 1873, — of examination of the Harbors of St. Louis, 



150 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEK. 1842. Class Bank. 



Mo., and Alton, 111., and the banks of the Mississippi Eiver, Feb. 19, to 
Apr. 13, 1872, — to revise the exterior line of Brooklyn, N. Y. piers and 
bulkheads, Apr. -May, 1872, — to fix the valne of land for railroad purposes at 
Plattsburg, N. Y., July, 1872, and Apr. 3, 1873, to Mar. 16, 1875,— for exami- 
nation of Horse-Shoe Shoals in Delaware river, Mar. 24, to May 28, 1873, — 
on Capt. Howell's plan for Ship Canal from Mississippi river to Giilf of 
Mexico, July 20, 1873, to Apr. 3, 1874, — for Improvement of Galveston 
Harbor, Tex., Jan. 28, 1874, to Dec. 25, 1875, and Sep. 1-11, 1877,— for 
Improvement of Channel between Staten Island and New Jersey, May 12, to 
Dec. 4, 1875, — on Improvement of Savannah Harbor and Kiver, Ga., Jitne 8-14, 
1875, — on Improvement of Stonington Harbor, Ct., June 29, to July 3, 1875, 
— to revise the Staten Island, N. Y., exterior line of piers and biilkheads, 
since Aug. 10, 1875, and the line on Hudson Eiver, from Troy to Hudson, 
N. Y., since Jiane 2, 1877, — and on Imjorovement of channel of entrance into 
Charleston Harbor, S. C, Mar., 1878 ; and as Member of Court of Inquiry, in 
the case of Lieut.-Col. Blunt, Oct. 1877. 



1113... (Bom N. C.).... GEORGE W. RAINS (Ap'd Ala.).. 3 

For previous history, see No. 1113, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. . . Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy, Medical Depart- 
ment of the TTni versify of Georgia, Augusta, Ga., since 18 — . 



1114. (Born D. C.) JOHN D. KURTZ (Ap'd D. C). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1114, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History .—Served: as Assistant to the Chief of Engineers, at 
Washington, D. C, Aug. 7, 1861, to Nov. 19, 1869 ; as Superintending Engi- 
neer of the Defenses of Baltimore, Md., and Washington, D. C, and of 
Forts on the Potomac Eiver, Nov. 19, 1869, to Mar. 31, 1870,— of the De- 
fenses of Delaware Bay and Eiver, Apr. 9, 1870, ta Oct. 16, 1877,— and of 
Improvements and Surveys of various Elvers and Harbors in the State of 
Delaware, in Southern New Jersey, and in Eastern Pennsylvania, Apr. 9, 
1870, to Oct. 16, 1877 ; and as Member of Board to examine plans of Bridge 
across the Delaware between Philadelphia and Camden, Mav 10. 1870, to 
Apr. 29, 1871,— on Screw-pier at Lewes, Del., Apr.^uly, 1871,— on Harbor 
of Eefuge at Delaware Breakwater, Nov. 8, 1871, to Aug. 29, 1872,— for exam- 
ination of Horse-shoe Shoals in Delaware Eiver, Mar. 15, to May 28, 1873,— 
on Preservation of Falls of St. Anthony, Apr. 14-20, 1874,— on Improvement 
of Channel between Staten Island and" New Jersey, May 12, to Dec. 4, 1875, 
—on Improvement of Stonington Harbor, Ct., June. 29, to July 3, 1875,— and 
on the Foundation of the Washington Monument. Sep. 26, 1876, to Oct. 16, 
1877. 

Died, Oct. 16, 1877, xt Georgetown, D. C: Aged 58. 



1115. . . (BornO.). . WILLIAM S. ROSECRANS (Ap'd O.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 1115, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History.— United States Envoy and Minister Plenipotentiary to the 
Eepnblic of Mexico, July 27, 1868, to June 26, 1869. Declined Nomination 
for Democratic Candidate for Governor of the State of Ohio, 1869. Civil and 
Mining Engineer, 1869-73, being engaged in Eailroad enterprises in Mexico, 
at the instance of President Juarez, 1872-73. President of San Jose Mining 
Comjiany, since 1871 ; and of the Safetv Powder Conipanv, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., since Aug. 24, 1878. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 151 



Number. 1842. Class Rank. 

1116 .... (Bom Va) . . THEODORE T. S. LAIDLE Y ( Ap'd Va. ) . . 6 

For previous history, see No. 1116, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : incommandof New York Arsenal, May 3, 1866, 
to Apr. 1, 1871, — and of Watertown Arsenal, Mas., since Apr. 1, 1871 ; as Mem- 
ber of Board to examine and prove Ames' wrought-iron guns for Naval 
Service, Jiine 5-13, 1866, — of Board to select site for Powder Depot, near 
New York, Oct. 3, to Dec. 1, 1866, — to examine Ordnance Officers for Pro- 

(LrEUT. -Colonel Oednance, Mak. 7, 1867) 
motion. Mar., 1867, — to consider proposition to purchase and prove 15-inch 
guns, June 23, 1871, — to test Major King's depressing Gun-carriage, Aug. 4, 
to Dec. 26, 1871, — on modification of Sea-coast carriages, Apr. 26, to 
May 4, 1872, — to examine Colonel Benton's plan for manceuvering Heavy 
Giins and protecting the Gunners, June 15-22, 1872, — to arrange details for 
the manufacture of Experimental Guns (as directed by Congress), Sep. 18, to 
Oct. 4, 1872, — on the manufacture of Rodman 15 inch guns at South Boston 
foundry, Dec. 26, to Mar. 8, 1872, — to examine the manufacture and con- 
struction of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores in the Various countries of 
Europe, May 22, to Oct. 16, 1873,— on Rock Island Water-Power, Apr. 10, to 
May 5, 1874, — to investigate the causes of certain defects in Service Metallic 
Cartridges, Sep. 21, to Oct. 2, 1874, — to examine a model Cavalry Cart, July 20, 
to July 25, 1875, — and to test (as directed by Congress), the strength and 
value of all kinds of iron, steel and other metals, 1875 ; and in charge of 

(Colonel, Oednance, Ape. 14, 1875) 
preparing for the U. S. Service, of a System of Target Practice, Sep. 15, 1877, 
to 

1117. . . (Born Ky.). BARTON S. ALEXANDER (Ap'd Ky.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1117, Vol. U, of Register of Graduates. 

MUitary History. — Served : as Senior Engineer, charged with the general 
supervision and inspection of all engineer operations of the government 
within the Pacific Territory, and as Member of the permanent Pacific Board 
of Engineers for Fortifications, etc., Jan. 7, 1867, to Dec. 15,U878 ; as Mem- 
ber of special Board on Improvement of entrance to Humboldt Bay and 
Eureka Harbor, Cal., Aug.-Sept., 1871, — for examination of Officers of En- 
gineers for promotion, June, 1872, — on Improvement of San Antonio Creek, 
Cal., Mar., 1873, to Feb. 16, 1874, — on a system of irrigation in the San Joa- 
quin, Tulare, and Sacramento valleys, Cal., Apr. 9, 1873, to Dec. 15, 1878, — 
upon the best method of obtaining and maintaining a depth of water suffi- 
cient for the purposes of commerce at the entrance of the Mississippi River, 
July 2, 1874, to Jan. 13, 1875, being absent in Eiarope examining Delta Im- 
provements, Aug. 10, to Dec. 4, 1874, — on Improvement of the South Pass of 
the Mississippi River, Nov. 1876. 

Died, Dec. 15, 1878, at San Fbancisco, Cal. : Aged 59. 



1118, . (Born Ky.).. GUSTAVUS W. SMITH (Ap'd Ky.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1118, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1119 .... (Bom D. C.) . . MANSFIELD LO VELL (Ap'd D. C.) . . 9 

For previous history, see No. 1119, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown; no certain informatiofi having been received. 



152 GRADUATES OF THE 

NtJMBEE. 1842. Class Rank. 

1120. . . . (Born N. Y.) • . . .CALVIN BENJAMIN (Ap'd Ind.) . .10 

For previous history, see No. 1120, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 13, 1847, in the Assault of the City of Mexico : Aged 29. 



1121. . . . (Born N. H.) . . .JAMES G. BENTON (Ap'd N. H.) , .11 

For previous history, see No. 1121, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Springfield Armory, Mas., 
since Jan. 15, 1866; as Member of Board on Sea-coast Rifled Cannon, Pro- 
jectiles, Carriages, Implements, etc., Dec. 12, 1867, to Jan. 4, 1868, — and to 
examine Ordnance Officers for Promotion, Jan, 11, 1868, July 6, 1874 and 
Apr. 5, 1875, — to consider Protocol of the International Military Commission, 
relative to the use of certain projectiles in war, and also upon results of Per- 
rine shell, Jan. 25, to Feb. 1869 ; in superintending the arming of Sea- 
coast fortifications from Charleston, S. C, to Mobile, Ala., 1872 ; and as 
Member of Board to determine proper Calibre of Small Arms, May 7, 1872, 
to Feb. 4, 1873, — to arrange details for the manufacture of experimental 
guns (as directed by Congress), Sep. 18, to Oct. 4, 1872, — on the manufac- 
ture of Rodman 15 inch guns at South Boston foundry, Nov. 26, to Dec. 8, 
1872, — to examine the manufacture and construction of Ordnance and Ord- 
nance Stores in the various countries of Europe, May 22, to Oct. 16, 1873, — 
on Army Revolvers, Jan. 6, to Mar. 12, 1874, — on Rock Island Water-Power, 
Apr. 18, to May 5, 1874, — on the causes of certain defects in Service Metallic 

(Lieut. -Colonel, Ordnance, June 23, 1874) 
Cartridges, Sep. 21, to Oct. 2, 1874, — to examine a model Cavalry Cart, 
Jan 20-30, 1875, — to adjust Royalties to be paid by the United States on 
Ordnance Inventions, Mar. 9, to May 1, 1877, ^and to select (as directed by 
Congress), a Magazine-gun for the United States service, April 3, 1878 to 



1122... (Born Ten.). ALEXANDER P. STEWART ... (Ap'd Ten.).. 12 

For previous history, see No. 1122, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History . —Prof essor of Mathematics and of Natural and Experi- 
mental Philosophy, Cumberland University, Lebanon, Ten., 1866-69. Mer- 
chant, St. Louis, Mo., 1869-74. Chancellor of the University of Mississippi, 
Oxford, Mis., since 1874. 



1123 . (Born N. Y.). EDWARD G. BECKWITH (Ap'd N. Y.) .13 

For previous history, see No. 1123, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant in the Claims Branch of the 
Office of the Commissarv General of Subsistence, Washington. D. C, 
Aug. 25, 1865, to 



1124. . . .(Born Mas.). . .HENRY M. WHITING. . , .(Ap'd at Large.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1124, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 8, 1853, at Ft. Brown, Tex. : Aoed 32. 



1125.... (Born N. Y.) ISAAC BOWEN (Ap'd N. Y.)..15 

For ])revious history, see No. 1125, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates,) 
Died, Oct. 3, 1858, at Pass Chrlstian, Mis. : Aged 37. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 163 

Number. 1842. Class Rank. 

1126. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . . . MARTIN L. SMITH (Ap'd N. Y.) .. 16 

For previoiis history, see No. 1126, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Sep., 18fi6, at Savannah, Ga. : Aoed 47. 



1127. . . .(Born Ky.) JOHN POPE (Ap'd 111.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 1127, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Third Military District 
(Georgia, Florida and Alabama), Apr. 1, to Jan. 28, 1867, — of the Department 
of the Lakes, Jan. 13, 1868, to Apr. 30, 1870, — and of the Department of the 
Missouri, May 3, 1870 to 

1128. . . . (Born Ky.) JOSEPH STEWART (Ap'd Ky.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1128, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Sub-District of Alexandria, 
Va., and as Military Commissioner, June, 1867, to Feb., 1868 ; in garrison at 
Ft. McHenry, Md., Feb. 14, to June 2. 1868 ; on leave of absence, Jiine 2, 
to Dec. 12, 1868 ; in garrison at Ft. McHenry, Md., Dec. 12, 1868, to May 1, 
1869, (commanding, Dec. 12, 1868, to Mar. 17, 1869) ; in command of Ft. 
Delaware, May S, 1869, to Feb., 1870,— Ft. Macon, N. C, Feb. 24, 1870, to 
Nov., 1872,— Sitka, Alaska, Jan., 1873, to Apr., 20, 1874,— and Presidio, Cal., 
May 8, to Jan. 17, 1875 ; in arrest Nov. 28, 1874, to June 17, 1875 ; suspend- 
ed from rank and command and confined, at Yerba Buena Island, Cal., 
June 17, 1875, to June 17, 1876 ; awaiting orders, June 17, to Sep. 9, 1876 ; 
and in command of Ft. Canby, Wash., since Sep. 20, 1876, (scouting against 
Bannock Indians June 4, to Aug. 14, 1878). 



1129 .... (Born Va.) . . .RICHARD W. JOHNSTON (Ap'd Va.) . . 19 

For previous history, see No. 1129, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 26, 1857, at Jacksonville, Fla. : Aged 36. 



1130. . . (Born N. Y.) . JOHN HILLHOUSE (Ap'd N. Y). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1130, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — TTnknown, no certain information, having been received. 



1131. . . .(Born Va.) DAVID GIBSON (Ap'd Va.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1131, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 6, 1847, at Tampico, Mex. : Aged 29. 



1132. . . .(Born Pa.). . ..CHARLES L. KILBURN .(Ap'd Pa.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1132, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : as Purchasing Commissary of Subsistence at 
New York City, Oct. 31, 1867, to Feb., 1870 ; as Chief of Commissariat, Divi- 
sion of the Atlantic, Oct. 28, 1868, to Nov. 18, 1873,— of the Division of the 
South, Nov. 20; 1873, to Aug. 10, 1875, (leave of absence to Sept 11, 1875),— 
and of the Division of the Missouri, Sep. 11, 1875, to 



154 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1842. Class Rank. 



1133. . . (Born Me.) SETH WILLIAMS (Ap'd Me.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1133, Vol. II, of Register of Gradixates. 
Died, Mae. 23, 1866, at Bcston, Mas. : Aged 44. 



1134. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . ABNER DOUBLEDAY (Ap'd N. Y.). .24 

For previovis history, see No. 1134, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Assistant Commissioner in the Freedman's 
Bureau at Galveston, Tex., Nov. 20, 1866, to Aug. 1, 1867 ; sick and on leave 
of absence, Aug. 1, 1867, to Mar. 12, 1868 ; as Member of Retiring Board, 
New York City, Mar. 12, to Nov., 1868 ; on leave of absence, Nov., 1868, to 
May, 1869 ; as Superintendent of General Recruiting Service, San Francisco, 

(Unassigned, Mar. 15, 1869) 
Cal., June 16, 1869, to Jan. 11, 1871 ; awaiting orders, Jan. 11. to Apr. 7, 

(Assigned to 24th Infantry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
1871 ; in command of regiment at Ft. McKavett, Tex., Apr. 7, 1871, to 
Aug. 6, 1872, and at Ft. Brown, Tex., Sep. 11, 1872, to June 13, 1873 ; and on 
leave of absence, June 13, to Dec. 11, 1873. 

Retired from Aoirv^E Service, Dec. 11, 1873, on his o-wt^ application 
after 30 Years of continuous Service. 



1135. . . (Bom N. Y.). .HACHALIAH BROWN (Ap'd N. Y.) .25 

For previous history, see No. 1135, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 22, 1853, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. : Aged 31. 

1136. (Born Pa.) LUCIEN LOESBR (Ap'd Pa.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1136, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1137. . . (BornN. Y.). .FREDERICK J. DENMAN (Ap'd N. Y). .27 
For previous history, see No. 1137, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mae. 2, 1853, at Ft. Terrett, Tex.: Aged 31. 

1138. . ..(Born S. C.) DANIEL H. HILL (Ap'd S. C). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1138, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.—Editor of Monthly Magazine, — "Land We Love," at 
Charlotte, N. C, 1866-72, when it was merged into the "Southern Maga- 
zine,'' of Baltimore ; and of a Weekly Newspaper — "The Southern Home," 
at Charlotte, N. C. President of Arkansas Industrial University at Fayette- 
ville, Washington County, Ark., since 1877. 



1139. . . (Born Me.). NAPOLEON J. T. DANA . . (Apd at Large). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1139, Vol. IL of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — General Ageht of American-Russian Commercial Com- 
pany of San Francisco in Alaska and at Washington, 1866-71. Superintend- 
ent of several railroads in Illinois, 1872-78 ; and of Chicago, Burlington and 
Quincy Railroad at Rock Islandj lll.j since 1878. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 166 

Number. 184-2. Class Eank. 

1140. . . (Born O.) ALLEN H. NORTON (Ap'd O.). 30 

For previous history, see No. 1140, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Dbowned, Dec. 27, 1846, off Fishers Island, Ct. : Aged 25. 

1141. . . .(Born Va.) . ARMISTEAD T. M. RUST (Ap'd Va.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1141, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, Leesburg, Va., since 1866. 

1142. (Born Pa.). . . .JOHN S. McCALMONT (Ap'd Pa.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1142, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Lay Delegate to the General Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, at Brooklyn, N. Y., 1872. Member of the Board of 
Visitors to the U. S. Militarv Academy, 1877. Counsellor at Law, Franklin, 
Pa., since 1862. 

1143. . . .(Born S. C.) PATRICK NOBLE (Ap'd S. C). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1143, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 27, 1848, at Abbeville, S. C. : Aged 27. 



1144. . . .(Bom La.) HENRY C. STORY (Ap'd La.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 1144, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Sugar Planter, St. Bernard Parish, La., 1840-68. 
Died, Feb. 9, 1868, at New Okleans, La. : Aged 47. 



1145. . . (Bom Vt.) JENKS BEAMAN (Ap'd Vt.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 114.5, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 6. 1848, at Tampico, Mex. : Aged 26. 

1146. . . .(Born N. C.) JOHN D. CLARK (Ap'd N. C). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1146, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Deowned, Aug. 2, 1848, ix Mississippi Rivek, neak Helena, Aek. : Aged 28. 

1147. . . .(Born Mas.). .RALPH W. KIRKHAM (Ap'd Mas.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1147, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of 
California, Nov. 14, 1866, to Dec. 5, 1868 ; and on leave of absence in Europe, 
Dec. 5, 1868, to Oct. 1, 1869 ; and in charge of Depot of Cami> Clothing and 
Garrison Equipage, San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 8, 1869, to Feb. 1, 1870. 
Resigned, Feb. 10, 1870. 

Civil History. — Residence, Oakland, Cal. 

1148. ..(Born N. Y.) CYRUS HALL (Ap'd 0.) .38 

For previous history, see No. 1148, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Ape. 11, 1849, neae Victokia, Tex. : Aged 29. 



156 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1841:^. Class Eank. 

1149. . . .(Born Del.) GEORGE SYKES (Ap'd McL). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1149, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Sumner, N. M., 
Apr. -.June, 1867 ; on leave of absence, June-Aug., 1867 ; as Member of 
Examining Board, New York City, Aug. -Dec, 1867 ; awaiting orders, 

(Colonel, 20th Infantry, Jan. 12, 1868) 
Jan. -Mar., 1868 ; and in command of regiment at Baton Eouge, La., 
Mar. 20, 1868, to Apr., 1869,— of District of Minnesota, Apr. 20, 1869, to 
June 15, 1873, (on Court Martial, June-Aug., 1872, and Aug. 9, to Sept. 16, 
1873)— of Ft. Snelling, Min., Apr. 20, 1869, to Dec. 20, 1877,— and of Dis- 
trict of the Eio Grande, and Ft. Brown, Tex., since Dec. 27, 1877 (on 
Court of Inquiry at Ft. Clark, Tex., Feb. 27, to Apr. 10, 1878, and Witness at 
West Point, N. Y., July 16, to Oct. 9, 1878). 

1150. . . .(Born S. C). RICHARD H. ANDERSON (Ap'd S. C). .40 

For previovis history, see No. 1150, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1151. . . .(Born Va.) GEORGE W. LAY (Ap'd Va.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1151, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 

1152. . . .(Born N. J.). J AMES W. SCHUREMAN (Ap'd N. J.). .42 

For previous history, see No. 1152, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 30, 1852, near San Francisco, Cal. : Aged 30. 

1153. . . .(Born Va.) GEORGE T. MASON (Ap'd Va.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 1153, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Killed, Apr. 25, 1846, in the Skirmish of La Eosia, Tex. : Aged 27. 



1154. . . .(Born Mas.). ..CHARLES D. JORDAN. . . .(Ap'd at Large.). .44 
For previous history, see No. 1154, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 5, 1876, at Canton, Mas. : Aged 55. 



1155. . . (Born N. Y.). HENRY W. STANTON. . . .(Ap'd at Large). .45 
For previous history, see No. 1155, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Killed, Jan. 20, 1855, in a Skirmish on Penasco Er\T:R, N. M. : Aged 32. 



1156. . . (Born Va.).ANDRE'W J. WILLIAMSON (Ap'd 0.). .46 

For i^revious history, see No. 1156, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



1157. . . (Born D. C.) . EUGENE E. McLEAN (Ap'd Md). .47 

For previous history, see No. 1157, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 157 



NuMBEE. 1842. Class Rank. 

1158. . . .(Born Ga.). . . .LAFAYETTE McLAWS (Ap'd Ga.). .48 

For previous history, see No. 1158, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Agent of Carolina Life Insurance Company, 18 — . U. S. 
Collector of Internal Revenue at Savannah, Ga., 1875-76; and Postmaster 
since 1876. 

1159 .... (Born Pa. ) . .THOMAS C. HAMMOND (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 49 

For previous history, see No. 1159, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 6, 1846, in the Combat of San Pasqual, Cal. : Aged 26. 

1160. . . .(Born Ct.) CHARLES T. BAKER (Ap'd at Large). .50 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1160, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, Windham, Ct., since 1852. 

1161 .... (Born Pa. ) . , . SAMUEL B. HAYM AM (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 51 

For previous history, see No. 1161, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Wadsworth, Dak., May 18, 
(Lieut. -Colonel, 17th Infantry, Sep. 5, 1867) 
1866, to Oct. 20, 1867 ; on leave of absence, Nov. 3, 1867, to Apr. 27, 1868 ; 
in command of regiment, Apr. 27, 1868, to June 3, 1869, — of Ft. Griffin, Tex., 
June 2, 1868, to Mar. 30, 1869,— Camp Grant, Va., May 5, to June 1, 1869,— 
Lynchburg, Va., June 10, 1869, to Feb., 1870,— Raleigh, N. C, Feb. 15, to 
Apr. 24, 1870,— Grand River Agency, Dak., to Oct., 1870,— and Ft. Steven- 
son, Dak., to Oct. 9, 1871 ; on leave of absence to June 19, 1872 ; and in 
command of Ft. Rice, Dak., to July 21, 1872. 

Retired from Active Service, July 1, 1872, on his own application, 

AFTER 30 consecutive YeARS OF SERVICE. 



1162. . . .(Bom Mis.) EARL VAN DORN (Ap'd Mis.). .52 

For previous history, see No. 1162, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Assassinated, May 8, 1863, in Maury County, Ten. : Aged 42. 



1163. . . (Born R. L) . CHRISTOPHER R. PERRY. (Ap'd R. L). .53 
For previous history, see No. 1163, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 8, 1848, at Sea: Aged 30. 



1164. . . .(Born S. C). ..JAMES LONGSTREET (Ap'd Ala.). .54 

For previous history, see No. 1164, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — U. S. Surveyor of Customs for the Port of New Orleans, 
La., Apr. 5, 1869, to ; U. S. Inspector of Internal Revenue for 

Georgia and Florida, since 1878. Residence, Gainesville, Ga. 



1165. . . .(Born N. J.) . . JAMBS "W. ABERT (Ap'd at Large). .55 

For previous history, see No. 1165, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



158 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1842-43. Class Kank. 

1166. . (Born K. I.) JAMES O. HANDY (Ap'cl E. I.). 56 

For previous history, see No. 116(5, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 26, 1845, at Cobpus Christi, Tex.: Aged 24. 



CLASS OF 1843. 

1167. . . . (Born Pa.) . . .WILLIAM B. FRANKLIN (Ap'd Pa.) 1 

For previous history, see No. 1167, Vol. I, of Register of Graduates. 

> Civil History. — Vice-President and General Agent of Colt's Fire- Arms 
Manufacturing Company, at Hartford, Ct., since Nov. 15, 1865. President 
of the Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military Academy, 1868. President of 
Commission for building a new' Capitol, at Hartford, Ct., 1872-73 ; Consult- 
ing Engineer, 1873-77 ; and Superintendent, since Jan. 1, 1877. Member 
of Hartford Board of Water Commissioners, since 1873. President of Board 
of Engineers and Architects for examination of U. S. Custom House, at Chi- 
cago, 111., 1875. Chairman of Committee of Judges on Engineering and 
Architecture, at the Centennial Exposition, 1876. Presidential Elector of 
the State of Connecticut, 1876. Adjutant-General of the State of Connec- 
ticiit, Jan. 1, 1877, to Dec. 31, 1878. 



1168. . . . (Born Ct.) GEORGE DESHON (Ap'd Ct.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1168, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Roman Catholic Priest since Oct. 1, 1865. Member of the 
Congregation of Paulists, since 1859. 



1169 .... (Born D. C. ) . .THOMAS J. BRERETON. . . . (Ap'd at Large) . . 3 

For previous history, see No. 1169, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Oil Manufacturer, Pittsburg, Pa., 1859-69. Vice-Presi- 
dent of the American Church Union, 1869-70. 

Died, Sep. 18, 1870, at Yonkeks, N. Y. : Aged 48. 

1170. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN H. GRELAUD (Ap'd Pa.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1170, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 17, 1857, at Ft. Myers, Fla. : Aged 34. 



1171 .... (Born O. ) . . . .WILLIAM F. R AYNOLDS (Ap'd O. ) . . 5 

For previous history, see No. 1171, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : us Superintending Engineer of the Geodetic 
Survev of the Northwestern Lakes, Apr. 14. 1864, to Mav 12. 1870,— of Light- 
houses of nth District. Apr. 14, 1864, and of 10th District, June, 18(>8, to 
Apr. 14, 1870,- -of Removal of Obstructions in the Mississippi, IMissouri 
and Arkansas, and Surveys and Imi)rovemonts of various Western Rivers, 
July 12, 1870, to Dec. 31, 1872,- of the Defenses, Surveys, River and Harbor 
Improvements, and Lighthouses on the Gulf of Mexico, Eivst of Mississippi, 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 159 



NuMBEK. 1843. Class Rank. 

Jail. 23 to Apr. 7, IHTS, — and of the Foiirtli Lif^ht-hoiise Distrift, ti'oiu Squaiii 
Inlet, N. J., to Metomkin Inlet. Va.. since May l-i, 1873 (leave of absence in 
Europe, May 5, to Oct. 7, 1877) ; and as Member of Board on Improvement 
of Buffalo Harbor, N. Y., and Harbor of Refuge at New Buffalo, Lake Mich- 
igan, Jan. 18(58, — on Imjirovement of Erie Harbor, Pa., Mar. 5-18, 1868, 
— on Lake Michigan Harbor Improvements, May, 1869, — on Lakes Sui)erior 
and Michigan Harbor Improvements, Jan. 1870, — on Imjirovement of Har- 
bors at St. Louis, Mo. and Alton, 111., and of the Banks of the Mississippi 
Eiver. since Feb.-Ai)r.. 1873. 

1172. . . .(Born N. J.). . . .ISAAC F. QUINBY (Ap'd N. J.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1172, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics, and of Natural and Experi- 
mental Philosophy, University of Rochester, N. Y.. since 1863. IT. S. Mar- 
shall for the Northern District of New York, Apr. 9, 1869, to . Sec- 
retary of the Board of Visitors to the U. S. Militaiy Academy, 1871, 



1173. . . (Born O.) ROSWELL S. RIPLEY (Ap'd N. Y.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1173, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1174. . . .(Born N. Y.) JOHN J. PECK (Ap'd N. Y.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1174, Vol. II, of Register of Gmduates. 

Civil History. — President of New York State Life Insurance Company, 
1866-78. 

Died, Ape. 21, 1878, xt Syeacuse, N. Y. : Aged 57. 



1175. . . . (Born Va.). . JOHN P. JOHNSTONE (Ap'd Va.) . . 9 

For previous history, see No. 1175, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Aug. 19, 1847, in the Battle of Contkeras, Mex. : Aged 24. 

1176. . . (Born Ky.) JOSEPH J. REYNOLDS (Ap'd Ind.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 1176, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sel■^'ed : in command of the Sub-District of the Rio 
Grande, Tex., Jan. 12, to Sep. 21, 1867,— of District of Texas, to Aug. 4, 
1868,— and of Fifth Military District, Aug. 10, to Dec. 22, 1868: as Asst. 
Commissioner of Freedman's Bureau, for Texas, to Jan. 4, 1869 ; as Member 
of the Court of Inquiry at Washington, D. C, Jan.-Feb., 1869 ; in command 

(Unassigned, Mab. 15. 1869) 
of Fifth Military District, Apr. 8, 1869, to Apr. 16, 1870,— and of Depart- 

(AssiGNED TO 25th Infantry, Jan. 8, 1870) 
ment of Texas, Apr. 16, 1870, to Jan. 29, 1872,— of regiment and Ft. 
McPherson, Neb., Mar. 9, 1872,— to May 5, 1873, and of the District of the 

(Transferred to 3d Cavalry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Republican, Mar. 9, to Sep. 30, 1872 ; as Member of Board of Visitors to the 
U. S. Naval j^.cademy. July, 1873 : in command of regiment, and Ft. 
McPherson, Neb., to Feb. 26, 1874; as Member of Court of Inquiry at 
Washington, D. C, to May 25, 1874 ; in command of regiment and Ft. D. A. 



160 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1843. Class Eank. 



Russell, Wy., to Nov. 11, 1876,— of District of South Platte, June, 1874, to 
Feb. 23, 1876,— and of Big Horn Expedition, to Apr. 2, 1876 ; as "Witness 
before Committee of the U. S. House of Representatives, June 8, to July 14, 
1876 ; on sick leave of absence, to June 25, 1877. 

Retired from Active Service, June 25, 1877, foe Disability 
contracted in the line of duty. 



1177. . . (Born N. Y.). . . .JAMES A. HARDIE (Ap'd at Large). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1177, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Member of Board of Inspection of Arms 
and Munitions in the Arsenals and Forts of the United States, Aug. 2, 
1866, to Mar. 12, 1867 ; on tour of Inspection, to Aug., 1867 ; on duty at 
headquarters of the Army, Aug. 15, 1867, to May 17, 1869 ; as Inspector- 
General of the Division of the Missouri, to Oct. 5, 1872,— at the headquar- 
ters of the Department of the Gulf, Jan. 14, 1873,— and at Baltimore, 
Md., Feb., 1873 ; in settling Montana War Claims, Mar., 1873 ; on tour of 
Inspection in the Department of Columbia, to Aug. 23, 1873 ; and on tour 
of Insijection, to Dec. 14, 1876. 

Died, Dec. 14, 1876, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 54. 



1178. . . .(Born Pa.) HENRY F. CLARKE (Ap'd Pa.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1178, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in charge of Subsistence Department in 
Connecticut, New York and New Jersey, July 25, 1864, to Oct. 31, 1867 ; as 
Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Division of the Missouri, to July 15, 1875 ; 
and as Purchasing and Depot Commissary of Subsistence at Boston, Mas., 
July 24, 1875, to Oct., 1876,— and at Baltimore, Md., Oct., 1876, to 

1179. . . .(Born Ind.) JACOB J. BOOKER (Ap'd Ind.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1179, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 26, 1849, at San Antonio, Tex. : Aged 28. 



1180. . . (Born N. J.). . ..SAMUEL G. FRENCH (Ap'd N. J.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1180, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, Columbus, Ga. 



1181. . . .(Born Me.).THEODORE L. CHADBOURNE . (Ap'd at Large).. 15 

For previous history, see No. 1181, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May 9, 1846, in the Battle of Resaca de la Palma, Tex. : Aged 23. 



1182. . (Born N. Y.) CHRISTOPHER C. AUGUR (Ap d Mich.) .16 
For previous history, see No. 1182, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. ^ — Served : in command of the Department of the Platte, 
Jan. 15, 1867, to Nov. 13, 1871,— of the Department of Texas, Jan. 29, 1872, 

(Brig. -General, U. S. Army, Mar. 4, 1869) 
to Mar., 1875,— of the Department of the Gulf, Mar. 27, 1875, to July 1, 1878, 
— and of the Department of the South, July 1, 1878, to 

Civil History. — Lay Delegate, from Texas, to the General ( 'ouvention of 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 161 



Number. l84o. Class Bank. 

the Protestant Episcopal Chiireh, held at New York City, 1874, and at 
Boston, 1877. Member of the Board of Visitoi-s to the U. S. Military 
Academy, 1878. 

1183 . . (Born N. Y.) . . . .FRANKLIN GARDNER (Ap'd la.) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1183, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Planter, near Vermillion ville. La., 1866-73. 

Died. Apk. 29, 1873, >'eae Vermujjontille, L-^v. : Aged 50. 



1184. . . (Born Vt.) GEORGE STEVENS (Ap'd Vt.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1184, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Drowned, M.\y 18, 1846, in the Rio Grande : Aged 25. 



1185. ..(Bom Ky.). . EDMUNDS B. HOLLCWAY (Ap'd Ky.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1185, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
AcciDENTAiiLY KiLLED, 1861 : Aged 39. 



1186. . . (Born Va.) LEWIS NEILL (Ap'd Va.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1186, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 13, 1850, at Ft. Croghan, Tex. : Aged 26. 



1187. . . .(Bom 0.) ULYSSES S. GRANT (Ap'd O.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1187, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Armies of the United 
States, Mar. 17, 1864, to Mar. 4, 1869. Secretary of "War, ad interim, Aug. 12, 
1867, to Jan. 14, 1868. 

Vacated commission of General, U. S. Army, Mae. 4, 1869. 

Civil History.— President of the United States, Mar. 4, 1869, to Mar. 4, 1877. 



1188. . . (Bom N. H.) JOSEPH H. POTTER (Ap'd N. H.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1188, Vol. U, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment in the Department 
of the Platte, Jan. 15, to May 4, 1867,— of Ft. Sedgwick, Col., May 6, 1867, to 
June, 1868, — and of Ft. Sanders, Wy., to Sep. 5, 1869 ; as Member of Board 

(Transferred to 4th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
to test the System of Cavalry, Artillery and Infantry Tactics, to Nov. 21, 1870 ; 
in command of Ft. Sanders, Wv., 'Nov. 23, 1870, to Mar. 24, 1871,— of 
Lebanon, Ky., Apr. 18, 1871, to Dec, 1872,— of Little Rock, Ark., to 
Dec. 21, 1872"^, to Mar., 1873, continuing on duty there till May 7, 1873,— and 
of Ft. Sanders, "Wy., May 12, 1873, to May 22, 1874 ; on leave of absence, 

(Colonel, 24th Infantry, Dec. 11, 1873) 
May 22, to Nov. 27, 1874 ; in command of regiment and Ft. IBrown, Tex., 
Nov. 27, 1874, to Apr. 29, 1876,— and of the District of the Rio Grande, 
June 29, 1875, to Apr. 29, 1876 ; as Member of Board to purchase horses, 
May-June, 1876 ; and as Governor of the Soldier's Home, near "Washing- 
ton, D. C, Julv 1, 1877, to 



162 GRADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEB. 1843. Class Bank. 

1189. . . .(Born Pa.) ROBERT HAZLITT (Ap'd 0.). .23 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1189, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Montebey, Mex. : Aged 25. 

1190. . . . (Born N. Y.) EDWIN HOWE (Ap'd at Large.) , , 24 

For previous history, see No. 1190, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mar. 31, 1850, at Ft. Leavenwoeth, Kan. : Aged 28. 

1191. . , .(Born Va.). . . .LAFAYETTE B. WOOD (Ap'd Va.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1191, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 19, 1858, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 38. 



1192. . . (Born N. Y.). CHARLES S. HAMILTON. . . (Ap'd N. Y.) .26 

For previous history, see No. 1192, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Manufacturer of Linseed and Colza Oils, since 1863. 
President of Board of Regents of University of Wisconsin, 1866-75. U. S. 
Marshal for the District of Wisconsin, Mar. 31, 1869, to Mar. 31, 1877. Mem- 
ber of the Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military Academy, 1874. President 
of the Hamilton Paper Company, since 1878. Residence, Milwaukee, Wis. 



1193. .(Bom N. Y. ). WILLIAM K. VAN BOKKELEN . (Ap'd N. Y.).27 
For previous history, see No. 1193, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1194. . . .(Born N. Y.).A. ST. AMAND CROZET. . .(Ap'd at Large.). .28 
For previous history, see No. 1194, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Ape. 23, 1855, at Cincinnati, 0. : Aged 33. 



1195. . . .(Born Me.) CHARLES E. JARVIS (Ap'd Me.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1195, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 8, 1849, at Sonoma, Cal. : Aged 28. 



1196. . . . (Born N. Y.). . .FREDERICK STEELE (Ap'd N. Y.). .30 

For previoiis history, see No. 1196, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Department of Columbia, 
Dec. 21, 1865, to Nov. 23, 1867 ; and on leave of absence, Nov. 23, 1867, to Jan. 
12, 1868. 

Died, Jan. 12, 1868, at San Mateo, Cal. : Aged 49. 



1197. . . (Born Vt.) HENRY R. SELDEN (Ap'd Vt.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1197, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 2, 1865, at Ft. Union, N. M. : Aged 44. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 163 



NuMBEB. 1843. Class Rank, 



1198. . . .(Born Me.) RUFUS INGALLS (Ap'd Me.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1198, Vol. ll, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Quartermaster, at New York City, 
Apr. 1, 1867, to June 1, 1875 (under special instructions in Europe, July 26, 
1873, to Jan. 28. 1874), and Depot Quartermaster, Apr. 4, to Aug. 31, 1876 ; as 
Acting Quartermaster-General, at Washington, D. C., June 1, 1875, to Apr. 1, 
1876 ; and as Chief Quartermaster of the Division of the Pacific, Sep. 15, 
1876, to Apr. 6, 1878,— and of the Division of the Missouri, May 13, 1878, to 



1199. . . . (Bom Mo.). . . .FREDERICK T. DENT (Ap'd Mo.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1199, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : on the Statt' of the General-in-Chief, at 
(Tkansfekked to 14th Infantry, Aug. 21, 1866) 
(Lieut. -Colonel, 32d Infantky, Dec. 31, 1867) 
Washington, D. C, May 3, 1866, to May, 1873 ; and in command of Ft., 
(Unassigned, Mae. 15, 1869) 
(Assigned to 5th Aktilleky, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Trumbull, Ct., May 18, 1873, to Nov. 26, 1875,— and of post of St. Augus- 
tine, Fla., since Dec, 1875 (leave of absence, Aug. 22, to Nov. 21, 1878). 



1200. . . . (Born Ky.). . . .JOHN C. McFERRAN (Ap'd Ky.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 1200, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in charge of Eighth Division of Quarter- 
master-General's Office, Apr. 9, to Aug., 1867 ; as Depot Quartermaster at 
Washington, D. C, and Chief Quai-termaster of the Department of Wash- 
ington to Apr. 6, 1869 ; as Chief Quartermaster of the District of Washing* 
ton and Depot Quartermaster to Aug. 1, 1869 ; on leave of absence, Aug. 1, 
to Oct. 1, 1869 ; as Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. C, and Assistant' 
Quartermaster-General to Apr. 1, 1870 ; and as Chief Quartermaster of Di- 
vision of the South, to Apr. 25, 1872. 

Died, Apr. 25, 1872, at Louisville, Ky. : Aged 51. 



1201. . . . (Born Md.) . . . HENRY M. JUDAH (Ap'd N. Y.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1201, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 14, 1866, at Plattsbueg, N. Y. : Aged 45. 

1202. . . (Born N. Y.). . . NORMAN ELTING (Ap'd N. Y.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1202, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1203. . . .(Born Ten.) CAVE J. COUTS (Ap'd Ten.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1203, Vol. U, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Ranchero, Luis Rey, San Diego County, Cal., 1851-74. 

Lieut. -Col. California Militia, 1852-74. ; 

Died, June 10, 1874, at San Diego, Cal.: Aged 53. ' "^"'^ 



164 GKADUATES OF THE 

Number. 1843-44. Class Bank. 

1204. (Born N. H.). CHARLES G-. MERCHANT. (Ap'd at Large.). .38 
For previous history, see No. 1204, Vol. II, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 4, 1855, at East Pascagoxila, Mis. : Aged 34. 



1205. . . . (Born Pa.) GEORGE C. McCLELLAND (Ap'd Pa.) . . 39 

For previous history, see No. 1205, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, Venango County, Pa., since 1857. 



CLASSOF18 44. 

1206, . . .(Born Ct.) WILLIAM G. PECK (Ap'd Ct.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1206, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics, Mechanics, and Astronomy, 
Columbia College, New York City, since 1865. Member of the Board of 
Visitors to the U. S. Military Academy, 1868. Degree of Ph.D. conferred 
by Columbia College, 1877. Author of a complete Course of Mathematics, 
viz. : Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry, 
and Calculus, 1859-78. 

1207. (Born N. Y.) JOSEPH H. "WHITTLESEY (Ap'd N. Y). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1207, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on tour of Educational Inspection, Feb. 4, 
1867, to July, 1868 ; and as Professor of Military Science in Cornell Univer- 
sity, N. Y., to Feb. 21, 1870. 

Retired fbom Activ'e Service, Nov. 30, 1863. 



1208. . . . (Born Ky.) SAMUEL GILL (Ap'd Ky.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1208, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Superintendent of Lexington and Frankfort Railroad, Ky., 
1850-72, — and of Louisville and Frankfort Railroad, Ky., 1855-72. Receiver 
of the Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington Railroad, Ky., 1873-75. 
Died, Jan. IK, 1876, at Cincinnati, O. : Aged 52. 



1209. . . (Born N. Y.). . . .DANIEL M. FROST (Ap'd N. Y.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1209, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1210. . . (Born R. L) ASHER R. EDDY (Ap'd R. I.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 1210, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— -Served : as Quartermaster at San Francisco, Cal., 
Mar. 17, to Oct. 4, 1867 ; as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of Co- 
lumbia, Oct. 14, 1867, to Apr. 30, 1869, — of the Department of the South, 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 165 



NXTMBEB. 1844;. ClASS BaNK. 



June 5, 1869, to Jan. 31, 1872,— of the Department of the Gulf, Feb. 3, to 
May 19, 1872, — of Third Quaiiermaster District, Department of the East, 

(LiEUT.-CoL. Staff — Dep. Quabtekmastek-Genehal, June 6, 1872) 
May 24, to Aug. 15, 1872,— of the Division of the Pacific, Aug. 27, 1872, to 
Mai-. 23, 1873,— of the Department of California, Aug. 27, 1872, to Apr. 27, 
1876, (settling accounts Apr. 27, 1876, to Mar. 14, 1877,— and of the Depart- 
ment of Columbia, Apr. 11, 1877, to Apr. 15, 1878 ; and on leave of absence 
in Europe, Maj-, 1878, to Jan. 29, 1879. 

Died, Jan. 29, 1879, at Malta: Aged 55. ; 



1211. . . .(Born Va.) FRANCIS J. THOMAS (Ap'd Md.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1211, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed. July 21, 1861, in the Battle of Bull Run: Aoed 37. 

1212. . . .(BornD. C). ALFRED PLEASONTON (Ap'd D. C.)..7 

For previous history, see No. 1212, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : on leave of absence, Feb. 15, 1866, to Jan 1, 

(Lieut. Colonel, 20th Infantry, July 28, 1866 : Declined) 
1868. 

Resigned, Jan. 1, 1868. 

Civil History. — U. S. Collector of Internal Revenue, Apr. 15, 1869, . to 
. U. S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1870, to 18 — . President 
of the Terre Haute and Cincinnati Railroad, Sep. 21, 1871, to 

1213. . . .(Born Ky.) THOMAS J. CURD (Ap'd Ky.). .8 

For previous historj', see No. 1213, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 12, 1850, at Fkedeeick, Md. : Aged 25. 



1214. . (Bom Ct.) AUGUSTUS COOK (Ap'd Ky.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1214, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 1, 1845, at Sea : Aged 24. 



1215. . . . (Born Ten.). . . .JOHN Y. BICKNELL (Ap'd Ten.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 1215, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 11, 1849, at Mabtvtlle, Ten. : Aged 28. 



1216 .... (Born Ky.) . . . . SIMON B. BUCKNER (Ap'd Ky.) . . 11 

For previous history, see No. 1216, Vol. II^ of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1217.... (Bom N. H.) JOHN TREVITT (Ap'd 0.)..12 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1217, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



166 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1844. Class Eank. 

1218. . . .(Born 0.). . . . . .RANKIN DILWORTH (Ap'd O.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1218, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

MoBTALLY Wounded, in the Battle of Montekey, and 
Deed, Sep. 27, 1846 : Aged 24. 

1219. . . .(Born Ark.). . .ERASTUS B. STRONG (Ap'd Ark.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1219, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 8, 1847, in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mex. : Aged 24. 



1220 .... (Born Va. ) . . "WILLIAM T. BUR WELL (Ap'd Va. ) . . 15 

For previous history, see No. 1220, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 8, 1847, in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mex. : Aged 27. 



1221. . . . (Born Del.) WILLIAM REED (Ap'd Del.) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 1221, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1222. . . . (Born Pa.) JAMES S. WOODS (Ap'd Pa.) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1222, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Sep. 21, 1846, in the Battle of Montebey, Mex. : Aged 22. 

1223. . . (Born Pa). . ..WINFIELD S. HANCOCK (Ap'd Pa.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1223, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of the Department of the 
Missouri, Aug. 20, 1866, to Sep. 12, 1867,— of the Fifth Military District, 
Nov. 29, 1867, to Mar. 16, 1868,— of the Division of the Atlantic, Mar. 31, 1868, 
to Mar. 5, 1869,— of the Department of Dakota, May 17, 1869, to Dec. 3, 1872, 
— of the Division of the Atlantic, headquarters New York City, Dec. 16, 1872, 
to , and of the Department of the East, Dec. 16, 1872, to Oct. 29, 1873, 

and Nov. 8, 1877, to ; and as Member of the Court of Inquiry in the 

case of General Dyer, Nov. 9, 1868, to May 15, 1869,— and of Board to ex- 
amine Officers unfit for the proper discharge of their duties, etc., Oct. 17, 1870, 
to June 3, 1871. 

1224. . . , (Born Ky.). .JAMES M. LAKE HENRY (Ap'd D. C). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1224, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1225. . . (Born Pa.) ALEXANDER HAYS (Ap'd Pa). 20 

For previous history, see No. 1225, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, May 5, 1864, in the Battle of the Wildeeness, Va. : Aged 44. 



1226. . .(Born Mas.).. GEORGE WAIN WRIGHT (Ap'd Mas). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1226, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 2, 1848, at Brooklyn, N. Y. : Aged 28. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 167 

Number. 1844-45. Class Eank. 

1227 .... (Born Md) .... HENRY B. SCHROEDER (Ap'd Md) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 1227, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1228.... (Born N. H.) JOSEPH P. SMITH (Ap'd N. H.)..23 

For previous history, see No. 1228, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 13, 1847, in the Stobming of Chapultepec, Mex. : Aged 28. 

1229. . . .(Born Ky.) JOHN J. C. BIBB (Ap'd at Large.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1229, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep., 1854, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 33. 



1230. . . (Born N. C). .GEORGE V7. HAWKINS (Ap'd N. C). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1230, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1854, in Wakeen Cotjntt, N. C. : Aged 34. 



CLASS OF 1845. 



1231. . . (Bom Mis.). WILLIAM H. C. "WHITING. .(Ap'd at Large.). 
For previous history, see No. 1231, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mab. 10, 1865, at Goveenob's Island, N. Y. : Aged 40. 



1232. . . (Bom N. Y.). . . .EDWARD B. HUNT (Ap'd N. Y). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1232, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentally Ktt.led, Oct. 2, 1863, at Bbookltn, N. Y. : Aged 41. 



1233. . . .(Born La.) LOUIS HEBERT (Ap'd La.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1233, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1234. . . .(Bom Vt.) WILLIAM P. SMITH (Ap'd Vt.) .4 

For previous history, see No. 1234, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — President of the International Telegraph Company, 
1864-73. Commissioner of Police, New York City, May 1, 1875, and Presi- 
dent of the Board of Police Commissioners, since Dec. 31, 1875. 



168 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1845. Class Kank. 



1235. . . .(Born Ky.) THOMAS J. WOOD (Ap'd Ky.). 5 

For previous history, see No. 1235, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on leave of absence and awaiting orders, 
June 17, to Nov. 30, 1867 ; in command of regiment and Ft. McPherson, 
Neb., Dec. 19, 1867, to Jan. 25, 1868. 

Retired from Active Service as Major-Genebal, Jxjne 9, 1868 (changed to 

Brig. -General by Law of Mar. 3, 1875) fob disability from 

Wounds received in Battle. 



1236. . . .(Bom S. C). . . .THOMAS G. RHETT (Ap'd at Large). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1236, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Unknown, from 1866 to 1870, no certain information 
having been received. Colonel of Ordnance in the Egyptian Army, Apr. 21, 
1870. to Sep. 30, 1873. In Europe, 1873-76, and in Maryland, till he 
Died, July 28, 1878, in Baltimore County, Md. : Aged 57. 



1237 .... (Born Mas. ) . . . . CHARLES P. STONE (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 7 

For previous history, see No. 1237, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Engineer and Superintendent of the Dover Mining Com- 
pany, Goochland Covinty, Va., 1865-69. Brig.-General (Chief of Staff) in 
the Egyptian Army, Mar. 30, 1870 : and Ferik-Pacha (grade next to Field 
Marshal), since Sep. 20, 1873. Inspector-General, ex officio, of the Egyptian 
Military Schools (many of which he has organized or re-organized), since 
1870. General Aide-de-Camp to the Khedive, Ismael 1st, since 1871. For 
" his valuable services in command, organization and administration," deco- 
rated Commander of the Order of Osmanieh, Oct. 10, 1870 ; and Grand Officer 
of the Order of Medj'idieh, Jan. 24, 1875. Member of the Egyptian Institute. 
1872 ; of Commission for Frontier and Coast Defense, 1871-72 ; of the Su- 
perior Commission of Agriculture, 1877-78 ; and of Board of Senior Gen- 
erals to form new Conscription Law, 1877. Vice-President of Commission 
to organize Egyptian Section for International Exhibition at Vienna, 1873, 
at Philadelphia, 1876, and Paris, 1878 ; and of the Khedieval Society of Geog- 
raphy (which he founded), 1875. Author of varioiis Military, Statistical and 
Geographical Papers, 1860-78. 



1238. . . (Born N. H.). ..FITZ JOHN PORTER (Ap'd at Large.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1238, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Superintendent of Mining operations, for New York Com- 
panies, in Colorado Territoiy, 1864-65. Merchant, New York city, 1865-71. 
Superintendent in the erection of New Jersey State Asylum for the Insane, 
at Morristown, 1871-75. Superintendent of the Public "Works of New York 
City, Mar. 1, 1875, to Jan. 18, 1876. Assistant Receiver of Central Railroad 
of New Jersey, since Mar. 1, 1877. Residence, Morristown, N. J. 



1239 , .(Born Me.) JOSIAH H. CARLISLE (Ap'd Me.). .9 

For ))revious history, see No. 1239, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec;. 16, 1866), at Aberdeen, Md. : Aged 46. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 169 



NuMBEB. 1845. Class Bank. 



1240 .... (Born Eng. ) . . GEORGE EDWARDS (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 1240, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1241. . . .(Born Ga.) HENRY COPPEE (Ap'd Ga.). .11 

For previoiis history, see No. 1241, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Secretary of the Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military 
Academy, 1868. Author of " English Literature, considered as an Interjire- 
ter of English History," 1873; and Editor of the American Edition of the 
Comte de Paiis, " Guerre Civile en Amerique," 1875-76. U. S. Commis- 
missioner to the annual Assay of the Philadeljihia Mint, 1874. Lay Delegate 
from Central Pennsylvania, to the General Protestant Episcopal Church, 
held at New York City, 1874. Regent of the Smithsonian Institution, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1874 to . Lecturer on International Law, in the Union 
Universisty Law School, Albany, N. Y. since 187-5. President of the Lehigh 
University, at Bethlehem, Pa.. 1866-75 ; and Professor of English Literature 
and History, since 1866. 

1242 .... (Born N. Y. ) FRANCIS COLLINS (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 12 

For previoiis history, see No. 1242, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1243. . . .(Born Pa.) JOSEPH F. FARRY (Ap'd Pa.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1243, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
KrLLED, Sep. 8, 1847, in the Battle of Molino del Rey, Mex. : Aged 23. 

1244. . . .(Born Ct.) LOUIS D. 'WELCH (Ap'd Ct.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1244, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mab. 24, 1848, at St. Augxtstine, Fla. : Aged 23. 



1245. . . (Born Ct.) GEORGE P. ANDREWS (Ap'd N. C). .15 

For ijrevious history, see No. 1245, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Jefferson, Fla., June 3, 1867, 
to Feb. 24, 1868 : in command of Sub-District of Key West, Fla., July 7, to 
Nov. 21, 1867,— of Cohimbia, S. C, Mar. 15, to Apr. 28, 1868, continuing 
there to Oct., 1868,— of Ft. Macon, N. C, Oct. 11, 1868, to Mar., 1869,— of 
Ft. Sullivan, Me., Mar. 16, 1869, to Jan. 3, 1873,— and of Ft. Trumbull, Ct., 
Jan. 9, to June 13, 1873 ; as Member of Board, at Boston, Mas., June 13, to 
Oct. 23, 1873 ; in command of Ft. Warren, Mas., Oct. 23, 1873, to Oct. 14, 1875, 
—of Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y., Oct. 19, to Nov. 23, 1875,— and of post 
of Savannah, Ga., Dec. 1, 1875, to June 16, 1877; on leave of absence, 
June 16, to Sep. 19. 1877 ; and in command at Savannah, Ga., Sep. 19, 1877, to 



1246. . . . (Born Me.) THOMAS B. J. WELD (Ap'd Me.) . .16 

For previous historj^ see No. 1246, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Sep. 10, 1850, at Ft. Moulteie, S. C. : Aged 27. 



170 GKADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1845. Class Bank. 

1247. . . . (Bom N. Y.) JOHN P. HATCH (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1247, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment, Department of 
Texas, May 9, 1866, to Jan., 1868 ; as Acting Assistant Inspector General of 
the District of Texas, Jan. 10, to May, 1868 ; as Superintendent of Mounted 
Recruiting Service, at Carlisle, Pa., May 16, 1868, to Apr. 1, 1870 ; in com- 
mand of Ft. Concho, Tex., June 9, to July 3, 1870 ; as Member of Board for 
the purchase of Cavalry horses, Aug. 28, to Oct., 1870 ; in command of a 
battalion of regiment at Ft. Concho, Tex., to Jan. 6, 1873 ; on duty at head- 
(Lleut. -Colonel, 5th Cavalry, Jan. 15, 1873) 
(Tkansfekrei) to 4th Cavalry, Apr. 10, 1873) 
quarters of the Department of Texas, Jan. 15, to Sep. 8, 1873 ; in command 
of regiment and Ft. Clark, Tex., Oct. 1873, to Feb., 1875 ; on frontier duty 
at Ft. Sill, I. T., Mar. 21, to June 12, 1875 ; in command of regiment, 
June 12, to July 21, 1875 : on leave of absence, July 27, 1875, to Jan. 8, 
1876 ; on duty in New York City, to Apr. 17, 1876 ; as Member of Board on 
Army Supplies, Apr. 17, to June 8, 1876 ; on leave of absence, June 8, to 
July 21, 1876 ; and in command of Ft. Sill, I. T., Aug. 2, 1876, to Jan. 30, 
1877,— and of Ft. Elliott, Tex., July 19, 1877, to 



1248.... (Born O.) JOHN A. RICHBY (Ap'd 0.)..18 

For previoiis history, see No. 1248, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Jan. 13, 1847, at Vila Gran, Mex. : Aged 22. 



1249. . . . (Bom Mas.) HENRY MERRILL (Ap'd at Large) . . 19 

For previous history, see No. 1249, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentally Killed, Oct. 23, 1845, in Aransas Bay, Tex. : Aged 24. 



1250 .... (Bom Pa. ) . . . PATRICK A. FARRELLY. . . (Ap'd at Large) . . 20 
For previous history, see No. 1250, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentally Killed, Aug. 4, 1851, at Ft. Washita, I. T. : Aged 30. 



1251. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . . . ABRAM B. LINCOLN (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 21 

For previous history, see No. 1251, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 15, 1852, at Pilatka, Fla. : Aged 32. 



1252 . . (Born O. ) . . BEZ ALEEL W. ARMSTRONG (Ap'd O. ) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 1252, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Feb. 17, 1849, at New Lisbon. O. : Aged 26. 



1253. . . .(Bom Va.) WILLIAM T. ALLEN (Ap'd Va). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1253, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 6, 1845, at Corpus Christi, Tex. : Aged 22. 

1254. . ..(BornMin.). JAMES G. S. SNELLING (Ap'd O.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1254, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Aug. 25, 1855, at Cincinnati, O. : Aged 33. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 171 



NuMBEB. 1845. Class Bank. 

1255. . . (Born Fin.) EDMUND K. SMITH (Ap'd Fla.). .25 

For jirevious history, see No. 1255, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1866-75, no certain information having been 
received. Professor of Mathematics in the University of the South, Seward, 
Ten., 1875, to 

1256. . . (Born Me.) THOMAS J. MONTGOMERY (Ap'd Me.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1256, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 22, 1854, at Ft. Steilacoom, Wash. : Aged 32. 



1257. . . (Born Va.) JOHN W. DAVIDSON (Ap'd at Large). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1257, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Acting Inspector General of the Depart- 
ment of the Missouri, Nov. 1, 1866, to Dec. 28, 1867 ; as Professor of Military 
Science and Tactics at the State Agricultural College of Kansas, Jan., 1868, to 
Jan. 1, 1871 ; in command of Camp Supply, I. T., Feb. 5, 1871, to Feb. 10, 
1873,— of regiment and Ft. Gibson, L T., Feb. 19, to Apr. 21, 1873,— of 
Ft. Sill, I. T., May 4, 1873, to Mar. 27, 1875,— of Expedition in the field, 
Sep. 10, to Oct. 19, 1874,— and of Ft. Griffin, Tex., Apr. 7, to Aug. 5, 1875 ; 
on leave of absence, Aiag. 5, 1875, to Dec. 6, 1876 ; in command of Ft. 
Richardson, Tex., Dec, 20, 1876, to Jan. 19, 1878,— of the District of 
Upper Brazos, May 12, 1877, to Jan. 19, 1878,— and of Ft. Sill, I. T., Jan. 27, 
1878, to 

1258. . . . (Born Ky.) JAMES N. WARD (Ap'd Ga.) . . 28 

For previous history, see No. 1258, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 6, 1858, at St. Anthony, Min. : Aged 35. 

1259. ...(BornKy.) JAMES M. HAWES (Ap'd Ky.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1259, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Hardware Merchant, Covington, Ky., since 1866. 



1260. . . . (Born Ky.) NEWTON C. GIVENS (Ap'd Ind.) . . 30 

For previous history, see No. 1260, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mak. 9, 1859, at San Antonio, Tex. : Aged 35. 

1261 . (Born Va). RICHARD C. W. RADFORD (Ap'd Va). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1261, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1262. .(Born N. Y.), , DELOS B. SACKET (Ap'd N. Y.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1262, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Inspector General of the Department of 
the Tennessee, Nov. 9, 1866, to Mar. 1867,— of the Department of the Cum- 
berland, to Oct. 29, 1868,— of the Division of the Atlantic, Oct. 31, 1868, to 
Oct. 10, 1872,— under the instructions of the Secretary of War to July, 1876, — 
and of the Division of the Missouri, July 10, 1876, to 



172 GEADUATES OF THE 



Nttmbeb. 1845. Class Kank. 



1263 (Bom S. C.) BARNARD R BEE (Ap'd at Large.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1263, Vol. II, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Killed, July 21, 1861, in the Battle of Bull Eun, Va. : Aged 37. 

1264. . . . (Born Va.) "WILLIAM RHEA (Ap'd Ten.) . . 34 

For previous history, see No. 1264, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 7, 1847, at Montekey, Mex. : Aged 22. 

1265. , . .(Bom N. Y.). . .GORDON GRANGER (Apd N. Y.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1265, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on leave of absence, Apr. 15, 1866, to Sep. 1. 
1867 ; in command of District of Memphis, Sep. 1, 1867, to Feb. 18, 1868; on 
leave of absence Feb. 18, to Oct. 6, 1868 ; in command of District of Mem- 

(Unassigned Apr. 3, 1869) 
phis, Oct. 6, 1868, to Mar., 1869 ; awaiting orders to Dec. 15, 1870, and on 
leave of absence to Apr. 29, 1871 ; in command of District of New Mexico, 

(Assigned to 15th Infantry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Apr. 29, 1871, to June 1, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence to Oct. 31, 1875 ; and 
in command of District of New Mexico, Oct. 31, 1875, to Jan. 10, 1876. 
Died, Jan. 10, 1876, at Santa Fe, N. M. : Aged 53. 



1266. . . (Born N. Y.) HENRY B. GLITZ (Ap'd at Large.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1266, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment. Mar. 21, to June 16, 
1867— of post of Charleston, S. C, Mar. 21, 1867, to June 15, 1868, and 
Oct. 24, 1868, to Apr. 6, 1869 ; on leave of absence June 15, to Oct. 24, 1868 : 
in command of regiment and Ft. Brown, Tex., A^u-. 24, 1869, to May 14, 1871 ; 

(Colonel, IOth Infantry, Feb. 22, 1869) 
on leave of absence. May 14, 1871, to Sep. 1872 ; as Member of Board for re- 
vising Army Eegulations, Sep., 1872, to May 26, 1873 ; awaiting orders, 
May 26, to July, 1873 ; in command of regiment and Ft. McKavett, Tex., 
July 14, 1873, to June 10, 1876, and Oct. 23, 1876, to Aug. 29, 1877 ; on leave 
of absence, June 10, to Oct. 10, 1876 ; on sick leave of absence, Aug. 29, to 
Dec. 31, 1877 ; and in command of regiment, Ft. McKavett, Tex., and Dis- 
trict of North Texas, Jan 22, 1878 to 



1267. . . . (Born Mas.) . . . . WILLIAM H. WOOD (Ap'd Mas.) . . 37 

For previous history, see No. 1267, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Jackson 
(Colonel, 17th Infantry, Feb. 22, 1869) 
Barracks, La., Aug. 12, 1866, to Mar. 27, 1869 ; awaiting orders. Mar. 27, 1869. 

(Unassigned, M.\r. 15, 1869) 
to Dec. 15, 1870 ; in command of regiment and Ft. Griffin, Tex., Feb. 21, 1871, 

(Assigned to 11th Infantry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
to Dec. 25, 1872,— and of Ft. Eichardson, Tex., Dec. 29, 1872, to Nov. 17, 1876 
(on leave of absence, Feb. 28, to May 10, 1875) ; as Member of Eetiring Board 
and on Court Martial, May 19, to Nov. 7, 1876 ; and in command of post of 
Cheyenne Agenc^y, Dak., Dec. 5, 1876, to 



IT. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 173 



Number. 1845-46. Class Eank. 



1268. . (Born N. Y). DAVID A. RUSSELL (Ap d N. Y.). 38 

For previous history, see No. 12(58, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 19, 18G4, in the Battle of Opequan, Va. : Aged 42. 

1269 .... (Born Ind. ) . . . .JOSEPH McELVAIN (Ap'd 0. ) . . 39 

For previous history, see No. 1269, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentally Killed, July 12, 1847, at Albuquerque, N. M. : Aged 27. 

1270. . ..(Born Ind.). . .THOMAS G. PITCHER (Apd Ind.). .40 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1270, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Sensed : as Superintendent of the U. S. Military 

(Unassigned, Mae. 15, 1869) 
Academy, Aug. 28, 1866, to Sep. 1, 1870 ; as Governor of the Soldiers' Home, 

(Assigned to 1st Infantry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
near Washington, D. C, Sep. 1, 1870, to July 1, 1877 ; on leave of absence, 
July 1, 1877, to Mar. 28, 1878 ; on Court Martial at Omaha, Neb., to May 9, 
1878 ; and on leave of absence to June 28, 1878. 

Retired from Active Service, June 28, 1878, for Disability 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 

1271. . . (Born Ky.). WILLIAM L. CRITTENDEN (Apd Ky.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1271, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Shot, Aug. 16, 1851, at the Castle of Atahes, Havana Harbor: Aged 28. 



CLASS OF 1846. 

1272 . . (Born at Sea) . C. SEAFORTH STEWART (Apd N. J. ) . . 1 

For previous history, see No. 1272, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved: as Superintending Engineer of the Defenses 
of Delaware River and Bay, Nov. 11, 1865, to Apr. 9, 1870, — and of the Har- 
bor Improvements of the Delaware, July, 1866, to Apr. 9, 1870 ; as Member 
of the Board of Engineers for Fortifications on the Pacific Coast, since 
Apr. 30, 1870 : as Suiaerintending Engineer of the constriiction of Fortifica- 
tions at Ft. Point, Point San Jose and Angel Island, San Francisco Harbor, 
Cal., since Apr. 30, 1870, — of Removal of Rincon Rock, San Francisco Har- 
bor, Cal., July 1, to Nov. 1, 1872, — of Examination for Sea-wall or Break- 
water, at Trinidad Harbor, Cal., 1872, —and of Examination at Harbor of 
Santa Cruz, and at Estero Bay, near Santa Barbara, Cal., Mar. -July, 1873 ; 
as Member of Board of Engineers on Improvement of entrance to Humboldt 
Bay and Eureka Harbor, Cal., Aug. -Sep., 1871, — for Examination of Officers 
of Engineers for Promotion, June, 1872, — and on Harbor of San Antonio 
Creek, Cal., Mar.-July, 1873 : as Superintending Engineer of construction 
of Fort at San Diego, Cal., Apr. 10, 1873, to , — of Examination of Es- 

tuary in Santa Barbara Channel, July-Nov., 1874, and Examination and 
Survey of San Joaquin River, below Stockton, Cal., July, 1874, to Jan. 14, 



174 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1846. Class Bank. 

1875^ — of Removal of Wreck of the Patrician, and of Noonday Rock, oflf 
the Harbor of San Francisco, Cal., July 18, 1874, to Apr. 4, 1876,— of Im- 
provement of San Diego Harbor, Cal., Mar. 30, 1875, to , — of Im- 
provement of San Joaquin River, Cal., Se^i. 1, 1876, to , — of Survey 
of the Colorado of the West, from Ft. Yuma to El Dorado Canon, and Exam- 
ination of the Harbors of San Luis Obisjio, San Buenaventura, and Santa 
Barbara. Cal., July, 1878, to 

1273 (Born Pa.) ..GEORGE B. McCLELLAN (Ap'd Pa.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1273, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Engineer for the completion of the "Stevens Iron-clad 
Floating Battery," — a steamer for Harbor Defense, 1868-69. Declined 
Presidency of the University of California, 1868 ; and of Union College, 
N. Y., 1869. Engineer-m-Chief of the Department of Docks of the City of 
New York, July 15, 1870, to . Ajapointed Controller of the 

City of New York, Sep. 16, 1871 (declined). Governor of the State of New 
Jersey, since Jan. 1, 1878. 

1274. . . .(Born N. H.). . .CHARLES E. BLUNT (Apd at Large). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1274, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Sui^erintending Engineer of Ft. Mont- 
gomery, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1861, to Jan. 10, 1868,— of Harbor Improve- 
ments on Lake Champlain, 1865, to Feb., 1868,— of Ft. Ontario, N. Y., 
Nov. 20, 1861, to Nov., 1868, — of the Harbor Imjirovements on the St. Law- 
rence, and Lake Ontario, 1865, to Nov., 1868, — of Ft. Niagara, N. Y., Jan. 22- 
Nov., 1868, — of Surveys of Niagara Shiji Canal, 1867-68, — of Seventh Light- 
house District, Dec.,"^ 1868, to Mar. 21, 1870, and Sep. 1, 1870, to Jan.. 
1874,--of Fts. Taylor and Jefterson, Fla., Dec, 1868, to Feb. 26, 1870, and 
Sep. 1, 1870, to Jan., 1874 (suspended Feb. 26, to May 26. 1870, and on leave 
of absence, June 3, to Nov. 25, 1872), — of Defenses of Portsmouth Harbor, 
N. H., Feb. 28, to May 30, 1874— of River and Harbor Improvements on 
Lake Erie, West of Cleveland, O., July 1, 1874, to Dec. 1, 1876, and East 
of Cleveland, July 1, 1874, to Dec. 31, 1877,— of Tenth Lighthouse District, 
July 1, 1874, to Dec. 30, 1876,— and of Fts. Porter, N. Y., and Wayne, Mich., 
July 1, 1874, to Dec. 31, 1877; as Member of Board on Improvement of Buffalo 
Harbor, N. Y^, and Harbor of Refuge, at New Buffalo, Lake Michigan, 
Jan., 1868, — on Improvement of Erie Harbor, Pa., Mar. 5-18, 1868, and 
Aug. 18-Sep. 3, 1874, — on Improvement of Ogdensburgh and Oswego 
Harbors, N. Y., May, 1868, — and on Cleveland Breakwater, O., Apr. 21, to 
June 14, 1875 ; and suspended from rank and command, with forfeiture of 
$150 per month, from Mar. 6, 1878. to Mar. 6, 1879. 



1275. . . .(Born N. H.) JOHN G. FOSTER (Ap'd N. H.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1275, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the Defenses of 
Portsmouth, N. H. , and Works for the Preservation and Improvement of Boston 
Harbor (excejjt Sea-walls of Great Brewster, Deer and Lovell's Islands), Msis., 
May 10, 1867, to May 25, 1871,— of Improvement of Provincetown Har- 
bor, Mas., June, 1868, "to May 2.5,' 1871, — of Survey's of Gloucester. Wellfleet 
and Wareham Harbors, Mas., July, 1870, to May 14, 1871,-- and of Improve- 
ment of Taunton and Merrimac Rivers, and Hyannis and Plymouth Har- 
bors, Mas., July, 1870, to May 14, 1871; as "Assistant to the Chief of 
Engineers, at Washington, D.C, May 14, 1871, to June 11, 1874 : jis Super- 
intending Engineer of the Imi)roveuient of Merrimac River, and Harbors of 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 175 



Number. 1S46. Class Rank. 



Gloucester, Salem, Boston, Duxbuiy, Plymoiith, Welllleet and Province- 
town, Mas., June 11, to Aug. 24, 1874, — of Repairs and Construction of tbe 
Sea-walls of Great Brewster, Deer and Lovell's Islands, Ji^ne 11, to Aug. 24, 
1874, — and of Survey of Hingham Harbor, Mas., July-Aug., 1874; and as 
Member of Board on Wreck of Steamer Scotland, in New York Harbor, 
Mar. 26, to July 31, 1868, — on Improvement of Oswego Harbor, N. Y., 
July, 1868, — on location of West Shore Railroad through public lands at 
West Point, N. Y., May 3, 1870, to , — on Improvement of Erie Har- 

bor, Pa., Oct., 1870,— on Sutro Tunnel, Nev., Apr. 27, 1871, to Jan. 6, 1872, 
— on Locks of Louisville and Portland Canal, Dec, 1871, — on Improvement 
of Cape Fear River, May 14, 1872, — and on Harbor of Refuge on Lake Erie, 
July, 1872. 

Died, Sep. 2, 1874, at Nashua, N. H. : Aged 51. 



1276. .(Born Md.). EDMUND L. F. HARDCASTLE (Ap'd Md.) .5 

For previous history, see No. 1276, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — President of Maryland and Delaware Railroad Comijany, 
1868 ; and of Board of Control and Review of Tax Assessment for Talbot 
County, Md., Mar. 1876. Member of the House of Delegates of Maryland 
Legislature, 1870 and 1878. Farmer, Easton, Talbot County, Md., since 
1856. 

1277. . . .(Born N. C). FRANCIS T. BRYAN (Ap'd N. C). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1277, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1278. . . .(Born Mas.) GEORGE H. DERBY (Ap'd Mas.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1278, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May. 15, 1861, at New York City : Aged 38. 



1279. . . .(Born Va.) JESSE L. RENO (Ap'd Pa.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1279, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 14, 1862, in the Battle of South Mountain, Md. ; Aged 39. 

1280. . . (Born Va). CLARENDON J. L. WILSON (Ap'd Va.). 9 

For previous history, see No. 1280, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. 21, 1853, at Albuquerque. N. M. : Aged 28. 



1281. (Born N. C). THOMAS M. WHEDBEE (Ap'd N. C.) .10 

For previous history, see No. 1281, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Mae. 28, 1849, at Edenton, N. C. : Aged 25 

1282. . . (Born Pa.) EDMUND HAYES (Ap'd Pa.) . . 11 

For previous history, see No. 1282, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 25, 1853, at Sea : Aged 29. 



176 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1846. Class Rank. 



1283. . . .(Bom Vt.). . .EDWARD C. BOYNTON (Ap'd Vt.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1283, Vol. 11, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Military BKstory. — Served : as Adjiitant to the U. S. Military Academy, 
(Unassigned. Ape. 25, 1869) 
(Assigned to 3d AETn^LEBY, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Oct. 10, 1861, to Sep. 1, 1871 ; and on leave of absence, Sep. 1, 1871, to 
Dec. 1, 1872. 

Eesigked, Dec. 1, 1872. 

Civil History. — Eesidence, Newburg, N. Y. 



1284. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . . . DARIUS N. COUCH (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 13 

For previoiis history, see No. 1284, Vol. U, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Quartermaster-General of the State of Connectici;t, Jan. 1, 
1877, to Dec. 31, 1878. Eesidence, Norwalk, Ct. 



1285. . . (Born Mas.) HENRY B. SEARS (Ap'd Mas. ).. 14 

For previous history, see No. 1285, Vol. II. of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1286. . . .(Born Ct.) WILLIAM DUTTON (Apd N. Y.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1286, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Jitly i, 1862, at New Yokk City: Aged 39. 



1287. . . .(Born Md.) JOHN A. BROWN (Ap'd Md.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 1287, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History.— City Engineer, Mobile, Ala., 1866-73. 

Died, Oct. 8, 1877, at Washington, N. C. : AciED 51. 



1288. . (Born Va.) THOMAS J. JACKSON (Ap'd Ya.) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1288, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Moktally Wounded at the Battle of Chancellorsville. and 
Died, May 10, 1863: Aged 40. 



1289 . . (Bom Del. ) . ALBERT L. MAJILTON (Ap'd Pa. ) , , 18 

For previous history, see No. 1289, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Deputv Collector of U. S. Internal Eevenue, at Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 18(^4-75. 

Died, Dec. 28, 1875, at Philadelphl^, Pa. : Aged 49. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 177 



NuMBEB. 1846. Class Rank. 

1290 . (Born Vt. ) TRUMAN SEYMOUR (Ap'd Vt.) . . 19 

For ijrevioias history, see No. 1290, Vol. II, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: iu command of Pensacola, Fla., Apr. 11, 
1866, to July 30, 1868 ; as Member of Artillery Board, J\ily 30, 1868, to 
Apr. 16, 1869 ; in command of Ft. Warren, Mas., 'Apr. 16, 1869, to Sep., 1870, 
—of Ft. Preble, Me., Sep. 11, 1870, to Nov., 1875,— and of Ft. Barrancas, 
Fla., Dec. 17, 1875, to Sep. 3, 1876 : and on leave of absence, Sep. 3, to 
Nov. 1, 1876. 

Retired fbom Active Sekvice, Nt)v. 1, 1876, on his own application, 
AFTER 30 Years of continuous Service. 



1291. . . .(Born D. C). COLVILLE J. MINOR (Ap'd D. C). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1291, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Died, Aug. 17, 1847, at Monterey, Cal. : Aged 23. 



1292. . . (Born O.) CHARLES C. GILBERT. . . . (Ap'd at Large) . .21 

For previous history, see No. 1292,.^ Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of post of Camden, Ark., 
Nov. 2, 1866, to Nov. 12, 1867 ; on leave of absence, Nov. 12, 1867, to Jan., 1868 ; 
and in command of post of Washington, Ark., Feb. 6, to Sep. 16, 18(38, — of 
(Lieut. -Colonel, 7th Inf.antry, July 8, 1868) 

Jacksonville, Fla., Oct, 1, 1868, to Apr., 1869,— of Ft. Bridger, Wy., May 28, 
1869, to May, 1870.— of Ft. Buford, Dak., June 13, 1870, to June 3, 1872,— of 
Ft. Shaw, Mon., June 20, 1872, to July 23, 1874,— of Camp Baker, Mon., 
Aug. 10, 1874, to Sep. 17, 1878,— and Ft. Snelling, Min., Oct. 12, 1878 to 

1293 .... (Born N. Y. ) MARCUS D. L. SIMPSON (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 1293, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Divis- 
ion of the Pacific, Nov. 23, 1867, to Oct. 7, 1873,— and of the Division of the 
Atlantic, Oct. 21, 1873, to 

(Colonel Staff — Assistant Com. -General of Subsistence, June 23, 1874) 



1294. . . . (Born Me.) RUFUS J. BACON (Ap'd Me.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1294, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 12, 1846, at Buxton, Me. : Aged 23. 

1295 . . . (Bom Va.) . . HAMILTON L. SHIELDS (Ap'd Va.) . .24 

For previous history, see No. 1295, Vol. IT, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, near Bennington, Vt., since 1857. 

1296. . . . (Born Ten.) JOHN ADAMS (Ap'd Ten.) . .25 

For previous history, see No. 1296, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Nov. 30, 1864, in the Battle of Franklin, Ten. : Aged 39. 

12 



178 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEK. 1846. Class Rank. 

1297. . . (Born Eug.). . . .RICHARD H. RUSH (Ap'd at Large). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1297, Vol. 11, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1298. . .(Born N. Y.) HENRY A. EHNINGER (Apd N. Y.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1298, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Civil Engineer, since 1849. Eesidence, Cardenas, Cuba. 



1299... (Born Pa.) THOMAS F. CASTOR (Apd Pa.). .28 

For jirevious history, see No. 1299, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 8, 1855, at Ft. Tejon, Cal. : Aged 33. 



1300. . . . (Born N. Y.) . ORREN CHAPMAN (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 29 

For previous history, see No. 1300, Vol. II, of Eegister of Gradiaates. 
Died, Jan. 6, 1859, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 38. 



1301. (Born N. Y. ) . ALEX ANDER P. RODGERS. (Ap'd at Large) .30 
For previous history, see No. 1301, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 13, 1847, in the Stokming of Chapitltepec, Mex. : Aged 22. 



1302. (Born E. L). ..OLIVER H. P. TAYLOR (Ap'd E. I). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1302, Vol. 11, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Killed, May 17, 1858, in the Comb.\t of To-kots-nine-me, Wash. : Aged 33. 



1303. . . .(Born Pa.). . . SAMUEL D. STURGIS .... (Ap'd at Large). .32 
For previous history, see No. 1303, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty, at Austin, Tex., Dec. 9, 
1866, to Apr. 28, 1867 ; in command of Ft. Belknap, Tex., May 27, to July, 
1867,— and of Camp Wilson, Tex., July 30, 1867, to Apr. 20, 1868 ; on leave 
of absence, Ai>r. -July, 1868 ; as Member of Board iipon a System of Cavalry 
Tactics, July 3, 1868, to Apr. 26, 1869 ; in command of regiment, June 7, 

(Colonel, 7th Cavalet, May (i, 1869) 
1869, to Sep. 25, 1874,— of Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Oct. 22. 1869, to Mar., 
1871,— and of post of Louisville, Ky., Mar. 29, 1871, to Apr. 29, 1873 : as 
Superintendent of Mounted Eecruiting Service, and in command of Cavalry 
Depot, St. Louis, Mo., Oct., 1874, to Oct. 7, 1870 ; in comnuvnd of regiment 
and Ft. Lincoln, Dak., Oct. 20, 1876, to Oct. 29, 1877,— on Yellowstone 
Expedition in Montana Territory, May-Oct., 1877 ; on leave of absence, 
Oct. 29, 1877, to Feb. 28, 1878 fin command of regiment, and of Middle 
District, Feb. 28, 1878, to (commanding troops at Bear Butte, 

Dak., July-Sep., 1878). 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 179 



NuMBEB. 1S46. CiiAss Bank. 

1304... (Bom N. Y.).... GEORGE STONEMAN (Ap'd N. Y.)..33 

For previous history, see No. 1304, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of District of Petersburg, Va., 
Dec. 17, 1866, to June 1, 1868,— of First Military District, June 2, 1868, to 
Mar. 31, 1869, — of regiment to June -4, 1871, — of District of Arizona, Aug. 16, 
1869, to May, 1870, — and of Department of Arizona, May 3, 1870, to June 4, 
1871 ; awaiting orders and the action of the Retiring Board, June 4, to 
Aug. 16, 1871. 

Retired feom Active Sebvice, Aug. 16, 1871, fob Disability 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 



1305. . . . (Born Pa.) JAMES OAKES (Ap'd Pa.) . .34 

For previoiis history, see No. 1305, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Austin, Tex. 
Feb. 1, 1867, to Apr. 4, 1868 : as Member of Court Martial and of Inquiry, 
Apr. 4, 1868, to Mar. 30, 1869 ; in command of regiment and Ft. Richardson, 
Apr. 16, 1869, to Mar. 20, 1871,— and Ft. Hays, Kas., June 8, to Dec. 13, 1871, 
on leave of absence, Dec. 13, 1871, to Nov. 12, 1872 ; in command of regiment 
in Kansas, Nov. 12, 1872, to Feb. 18, 1875 : on sick leave of absence, Feb. 18, 
to Oct. 31, 1875 : as Member of Coiiii of Inquiry to Dec. 24, 1875 ; in com- 
mand of regiment and Camp Lowell, Ara., Feb. 29, to Oct. 9, 1876 ; on sick 
leave of absence, Oct. 9, 1876, to Jitne, 1878 ; in command of regiment and 
Camp Lowell, Ara., Oct. 21, to Dec. 24, 1878. 



1306. . . . (Born Ga.) WILLIAM D. SMITH (Ap'd Ga.). .35 

For previoiis history, see No. 1306, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 4, 1862, at Charleston, S. C. : Aged 37. 



1307. . . (Born Me.) GEORGE F. EVANS (Ap'd Me.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1307, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, ]\Iar. 29, 1859, at Augusta, Me. : Aged 35. 



1308. . (Bom Va. ) DABNEY H. MAURY (Ap'd at Large) . . 37 

For previous history, see No. 1308, Vol. EC, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1309. . . (Born N. Y). . . INNIS N. PALMER (Ap'd N. Y). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1309, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of regiment at Ft. Laramie, 
Dak., Dec. 6, 1866, to Aug., 1867, and Nov. 21, 1867, to July 14, 1868 ; on 
leave of absence, Aiig.-Nov., 1867 ; as Member of Board on a system of Cav- 
alry Tactics to Apr. 26, 1869 ; in command of regiment and Omaha Barracks, 

(Colonel, 2d Cav.\ley, June 9, 1868) 
Neb., June 4, 1869, to Sep. 11, 1872,— of the District of the Republican, 
Jan. 4-29, 1872, (leave of absence, Sep. 14, to Oct. 14, 1872),— and of regi- 
ment and Ft. Sanders, Wy., Oct. 14, 1872, to Mar. 17, 1873 : under orders of 



180 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1846. Class Bank. 



U. S. Attorney General, Miir.-Jime, 1873 ; in command of regiment and Ft. 
Sanders, Wy., June 25, 1873, to Jan. 4, 1874 ; as Member of Cavalry Equip- 
ment Board, Jan. -May, 1874 ; in command of regiment and Ft. Sanders, 
Wy., May 22, to Aug. 20, 1874, and Nov. 7, 1874, to May 25, 1875 ; as Mem- 
ber of Board on Cavalry Cartridge, May^June, 1875, and Nov.-Dec, 1875 : 
on leave of absence, June 24, to Nov. 4, 1875 ; in command of regiment and 
Ft. Sanders, Wy., Dec. 1, 1875, to Sep. 7, 1876 ; and on sick leave of absence, 
Sep. 7, 1876, to 

1310. . . .(Born S. C.) JAMES STUART (Ap'd S. C). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1310, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in a Skiemish on Rogue Eivek, Ok., and 
Died, June 18, 1851 : Aged 26. 



1311. . . .(Born Ten.).PARMENAS T. TURNLEY (Ap'd Ten.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 1311, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Banker, Chicago, 111., since 1865. 



1312. . . .(Born S. C.) DAVID R. JONES (Ap'd Ga.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1312, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1863, at Richmond, Va. : Aged 39. 



1313. . . .(Born N. Y.) ALFRED GIBBS (Apd N. Y.). .42 

For previous history, see No. 1313, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty, at Ft. Harker, Kan., Jan. 4, 
to Apr. 1, 1867,— Ft. Riley, Kan., Apr., 1867,— Ft. Hays. Kan., Mav-Julv, 
1867,— Ft. Harker, Kan., Sep. 15, to Nov. 6, 1867,— Ft. ■Leavenworth' Kan.. 
Nov., 1867, to Sep. 5, 1868,— Fts. Dodge and Harker, Kan., to Nov. 30. 1868, 
— and at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., to Dec. 26, 1868. 

Died, Dec. 26, 1868, at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. : Acjed 44. 



1314. . . . (Born Mas.) . . . .GEORGE H. GORDON (Ap'd Mas.) , .43 

For previous history, see No. 1314, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History— Counsellor at Law, Boston. Mas., since 1865. 



1315 . (Burn Ct. ) FREDERIC MYERS (Ap'd Ct. ) . 44 

For previous history, see No. 1315, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on Special duty at Chicago, 111., Jan. 17, 
1867, to Apr. 15, 18(5!) ; and as Chief Quartermaster of the Department ancl 
District of Louisiana, Ai)r. 20, 1869, to Apr. 22, 1870, -of the Depot at 
New Orleans, La., Apr. 22, 1H70. tt) Ajn-. 25, 1871, (sick leave of absence. 
June 1, to Oct. 1, 1871). -and of the District of New Mexico, Nov. 20. 1871, 
to July 7, 1874. 

Died, July 7, 1874, at Santa Yt, N. M. : Aged 52. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 181 



NxTMBEB. 1S46. Class Bank. 



1316. . ..(Born N. Y.)..De LANCE Y FLOYD-JONES (Ap'd N. Y.). .45 
For previous history, see No. 1316, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment and Ft. Smith, 
Ark., Feb. 25, to Oct., 1867,— and of Ft. Gibson, and District of Indian 

(CoLoxEL, 6th Infantry, June 25, 1867) 
Territory, Oct. 24, 1867, to Jan. 20, 1868 ; on leave of absence, Jan., 1868, to 
Feb. 1869 ; in command of regiment and Ft. Gibson, I. T., Feb. -Apr., 1869 ; 

(UnassicxNed, IMak. 15, 1869) 

awaiting orders, Apr.-June, 1869 ; as Superintendent of Indian Aii'airs in 

Idaho Territory, to Nov. 1, 1870 ; awaiting orders, Nov. 1, 1870, to Jan. 2, 

(Assigned to 3d Inf.\ntky, Jan. 2, 1871) 

1871 ; in command of regiment and Ft. Dodge, Kan., Feb. 15. 1871, to Jan., 

1872 ; on sick leave of absence, Jiin.-Apr., 1872 ; in command of regiment, 
and Ft. Wallace, Kan.. Apr. 12, to Mav 10, 1872,— of Ft. Havs, Kan., June 10, 
1872, to Oct. 18, 1873, being on Detached Service, Nov. 13, 1872, to Jan. 6, 
1873,— of Ft. Riley, Kan., Oct. 25, 1873, to July 2. 1874, being on leave and 
sick, Jan. 18, to Apr. 5, 1874, — of post of Holly Springs, Mis., July 5, to 
Sep. 14, 1874,— and of Jackson Barracks, La., Sep., 16, 1874, to May 1, 1875 ; 
on leave of absence. May 1, 1875, to May 1, 1876 : in command of regi- 
ment and Jackson Barracks, La., May 1, to July 1. 1876, — of Holly Springs, 
Mis., to Nov. 1, 1876, — of Jackson Barracks, La., July 25, 1877, — in sup- 
pressing Railroad Disturbances in Pennsvlvania, to Aug. 9, 1877, — of Jackson 
Barracks, La., to Sep. 12, 1877,— and of Helena, Mon., Sep. 28. 1877, to 
Mar. 23. 1878 ; and on leave of absence, since Mar. 23, 1878. 



1317. . . .(Born N. Y.) JOHN D. WILKINS (Ap'd Pa.). .46 

For previous history, see No, 1317, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Dahlonega, Ga., Jan. 13, 1867, 
to Aug. 9. 1868, (leave of absence. May 20-Aug. 31, 1867),— Mobile, Ala., to 
June 1, 1869,— Macon, N. C, to Feb. 17, 1870,— Columbia, S. C, Feb. 25, to 

(Tkansfeeked to 8th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
Oct., 1870,— David's Island, N. Y., to Nov., 1871,— and Chicago, 111., Nov. 3, 
1871. to May 3, 1872 ; on frontier duty at Beaver, Utah, May 25, 1872, to 

(Lieut, -Colonel, 8th Infantry, Feb, 19, 1873) 
July 10, 1874, — in command of regiment, Jan. 26, to Nov. 2, 1874, — and 
Ft. Whipple, Ara., July 14, to Nov. 2, 1874 : at headquarters, Department of 
Arizona, to May 19, 1875, and as Chief Signal Olhcer of Department of 
Arizona, to Apr. 10, 1876 ; in command of Ft, Whipple, Ara,, Apr. 16, 1876, 
to Dec. 2, 1877, and Acting Chief Signal Officer of Department of Arizona, 
Oct. 11, to Dec. 21, 1876 ; on Detached Service to Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 2, 
1877, to Jan. 3, 1878; on frontier duty at Ft. Whipple, Ara,, to July 31, 1878, 
— and Camp McDermit, Nev,, Aug. 21, to Oct, 2, 1878 : and on leave of 
absence, Oct. 13, 1878, to 

1318... (Bom Wis.).. JOSEPH N. G. WHISTLER : (Ap'd at Large.). .47 
For previoiis history, see No. 1318, Vol. 11, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served: on frontier duty at Ft. Rice, Dak., Jan., 1866, 
to July, 1867,— in command of Ft. Totten, Dak., to July, 1869,— Ft. Ran- 
dall, July, 1869, to Sep., 1870,— and Ft. Sully, Dak., Sep, 24, 1870, to Oct. 25, 
1872 (commanding escort to Union Pacific Railroad Survey, Aug. 28, to 
Oct. 25, 1871) : on leave of absence to Jan. 12, 1873 ; in garrison at Newport 
(LrEUT. -Colonel, 5th Inf.^ntry, Feb. 18, 1874) 



182 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBBB. 1846. Class Bank, 



Barracks, Ky., Jan. 12, 1873, to Oct. 27, 1874, being in command, from 
Nov. 10, 1873 ; on frontier clixty in command of Ft. Riplej', Kan., Nov. 6, 
1874, to Aug. 9, 1876,— and of "Camp on Tongue River, Mon., Aug. 28, to 
Dec. 30, 1876 ; on Detached Service at St. Paul., Min., to Jan. 29, 1877 ; on 
leave of absence to Dec. 1, 1877 ; and in command of Ft. Snelling, Min., 
Dec. 29, 1877, to May 21, 1878,— and Ft. Keogh, Mon., June 5, 1878, to 



1319. . . . (Born Va.) THOMAS EASLEY (Ap'd Va.) . .48 

For previous history, see No. 1319, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Aug. 20, 1847, in the Battle of Cherubusco, Mex. : Aged 24. 



1320. . . .(Born Mas.) NELSON H. DAVIS (Ap'd Mas.). .49 

For previous history, see No. 1320, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served: in the District of New Mexico, June 27, 1865. 
(Colonel Staef — Inspectoe-General, Mar. 23, 1864) 
to Aug. 31, 1867, — and at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Sep. 1867 ; on leave of 
absence, Oct. 1, 1867, to July 29, 1868 ; as Inspector-General of the District 
of New Mexico, Oct. 19, to Nov. 28, 1868,— and of the Depaiiment of Mis- 
souri, Dec. 29, 1868, to Nov., 1872 ; on leave of absence Jan. 1, to July 17, 
1871 ; on tour of Inspection, under orders of the Secretary of War to May 29, 
1876 ; and as Inspector-General of the Division of the Atlantic, J\ine 9, 
1876, to 



1321 . . .(Born Ga.). .THOMAS R. McCONNELL (Ap'd Ga.) .50 

For previous history, see No. 1321, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1861, at Marietta, Ga. : Aged 36. 



1322. .(Bom N. Y.). MATTHEW R. STEVENSON. . (Ap'd N. Y.) .51 
For previous history, see No. 1322, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 2, 1863, at Sackett's Harbor, N. Y. : Aged 37. 



1323. . . .(Born Ct.). . .GEORGE S. HUMPHREYS (Ap'd Md.). .52 

For previous history, see No. 1323, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 9. 1847, at Carlisle Barracks, Pa. : Aged 25. 



1324 ... (Born Va. ) , . . WILLIAM H. TYLER (Apd Va. ) . . 53 

For previous history, see No. 1324, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 24, 1853. at Woodlawn, Prince William, Co., Va. : Aged 29. 



1325. . . .(Born N. C.) CADMUS M. WILCOX (Apd Ten.). .54 

For previous history, see No. 1325, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 183 

NuMBEB. 1846-47. Class Bake. 

1326. . . .(Born Ga.). .WILLIAM M. GARDNER (Ap'd Ga.). .55 

For previo\is history, see No. 1326, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1327. . . .(Bom Pa.) EDMUND RUSSELL (Ap'd Pa.). .56 

For previous history, see No. 1327, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Mar. 24. 1853, in a Skikmish near Red Bluffs. Cal. : Aged 31. 

1328. . . .(Born Va.). . . .ARCHIBALD B. BOTTS. . . (Ap'd at Large). .57 
For previous history, see No. 1328, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 1, 1847. at Cajiaego, Mex. : Aged 20. 



1329. . . .(Born Ky.) SAMUEL B. MAXEY (Ap'd Ky.). .58 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1329, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, at Paris, Tex., since 1866. Judge of 
8th District of Texas, Apr. 18, 1873 ; declined. Member of the United States 
Senate from the State of Texas, since Mar. 4, 1875 ; and of the Board of 
Visitors to the U. 8. Military Academy, 1877. 

1330. . . .(Born Va.) GEORGE E. PICKETT (Ap'd 111.). .59 

For previous history, see No. 1330, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Merchant, Norfolk, Va., 1866-75. 

Died, July 30, 1875, at Norfolk, Va. : Aged 50. 



CLASS OF 1847. 



1331. ...(Born Ky.) JOHN C. SYMMES (Ap'dO.). 

For previous history, see No. 1331, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Retired from Active Service, Nov. 1, 1861. 



1332. . . .(Bom at Sea.). . . .JOHN HAMILTON (Ap'd Ind.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1332, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Porter, N. Y., May, 1867, 
to Apr. 30, 1869,— and of Ft. Riley, Kan., (Light Artillery School) to Sep., 1869; 
as Member of Board on General Tactics, at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., and St. 
Louis, Mo., to Feb. 16, 1870 : in command of Ft. Riley, Kan., Feb.-May, 1870, 
—of Ft. Wood, N. Y., May, 1870, to Nov., 1872,— and of Ft. Pulaski, Ga., 
Nov. 21, 1872, to Aug. 13, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence, Aug. 13, to Nov. 3, 
1873: in command at St. Augustine, Fla., Nov., 3, 1873, to Dec, 1875,— of 
Ft. Preble, Me., Dec. 17, 1875, to July 23, 1877,— of troops at Pittsburg, Pa., 
during railroad disturbances, to Aug. 26, 1877, — and of Ft. Preble, Me., 
Aug. 28, 1877, to 

Civil History. — Lay Deputy from Florida, to the General Convention of 
the Protestant Episcopal Chiirch, at New York City, 1874. 



184 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1847. Class Eank. 

1333. . ..(Bom 0.) JOSEPH J. "WOODS (Ap'd O.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1333, Vol. II, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Civil History —Editor of "Maquoketa Excelsior," 1865-69. Member of 
Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military Academy, 1871 ; and of U. S. Com- 
mission to appraise Cherokee lands in the Indian Territory, west of the 96th 
Meridian, 1871. U. S. Keceiver of Public Moneys in the Humboldt, Kan., 
Land District, 1871 (declined). Member of the Legislature of the State of 
Kansas, 1872 and 1875. Eegent of the Kansas State University, 1872-73. 
Farmer, Stock-raiser, and Notary Public, Montana, Labette County, Kan., 
since 1871. 

1334. . . .(Born N. Y.) .JULIAN McALLISTER (Ap'd at Large). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1334, Vol. II, of Kegister of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : in command of Benicia Arsenal, Cal., since 

June, 1867 ; as Member of Board to determine the Armament of the Pacific 
Coast Fortifications, Sep. 2, 1868, to 

(LiEUT.-CoLONEL, Oednance, June 23,1874) 



1335. . . . (Born Del.) . . GEORGE W. HAZZARD (Ap'd Ind.). . 5 

For previous history, see No. 1335, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Mortally Wounded in the Battle of White Oak Swamp, and 
Died, Aug. 14, 1862, at Baltimoee, Md. : Aged 37. 



1336 . . (Born N. Y. ) DANIEL T. VAN BUREN (Ap'd N. Y.) . . . 6 

For previous history, see No. 1336, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Surveyor and Civil Engineer, Kingston, N. Y., since 1866. 



1337. . . (Born 111.). , . .SAMUEL F. CHALFIN (Ap'd 111.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1337, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Adjutant-General of the Department of 
the Potomac, Aug. 16, 1866, to Mar. 3, 1867,— of First Military District 
(Virginia), to May 6, 1869, — and of Department of the Missouri. June 23, to 
Aug. 10. 1869 : and on leave of absence, to Sep. 20, 1869. 
Resigned, Sep. 20, 1869. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1338 . , (Born Mich.).. ORLANDO B. WILLCOX (Ap'd Mich.). .8 

For previous history, see No, 1338, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of the District of Lynchburg, 
Va.. Nov. 30, 1860. to Mar. 17, 1869,— and of regiment and Alcatraz Island, 

(Tn.^iNSFEKEED TO 12th Infantky, Mar. 15, 1869) 
Cal., Mar 24, 1869, to Aug. 20, 1873 (leave of absence, Apr, 19, to June 23, 
1873) ; as Superintendent of General Recruiting Service, at New York City, 
Aug. 28, 1873, to Oct. 1, 1874 ; and in command of regiment and post of 
Angel Island, Cal, Nov. 12, 1874, to Feb. 18. 1878,— and of Department of 
Arizona. Mar. 5, 1878 to 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 186 



Number. 1847. Class Bank. 

1339. ...(BornO.) JOHN S. MASON (Ap'd 0.)..9 

For previous history, see No. 1330, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment and post of San 
Antonio, Tex., Mar. 8, 1867, to Jan. 24, 1869, being Sub-Commissioner of 
Freedmen's Bureau, Apr. -Oct., 1867,— and of Ft. Bayard, N. M., Oct. 4, 1869, 

(Transferred to 15th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
to Aug. 1, 1870 ; on sick leave of absence, Aug. 1 1870, to Nov. 15, 1873 ; in 
command of Ft. Stanton, N. M.,Nov. 15, to Dec. 27, 1873,— of Ft. Selden, N. M., 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 4th Infantry, Dec. 11, 1873) 
Jan. 4, to Feb. 26, 1874,— at Ft. Sanders, Wy., Apr. 1, to Aug. 9, 1874,-^ 
and of Ft. Fetterman, Wy., Aug. 11, 1874, to Oct. 12, 1875; and as Acting 
Assistant Inspector-General of the Department of Texas, Nov. 6, 1875, to 

1340. . . .(Born S. C.) GEORGE PATTEN ,. . . .(Ap'd S. C). .10 

For previous history, see No. 1340, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Professor in a Military Institute at Chester, Pa., since 1861. 



1341. . . .(Born O.) JOHN H. DICKERSON (Ap'dlnd.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1341, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Commission Agent at Cincinnati, O., for Quartermaster's 
supplies for the Army, 1864-65. Commission Merchant, St. Louis. Mo., 
1866-71. 

Died. Mar. 2, 1872. at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 50. 



1342 . . .(Born Pa.). DANIEL M. BELTZHOO VER. ( Ap'd at Large.). .12 
For previous historj', see No. 1342, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Teacher, Mobile, Ala., 1865-70. 

Died, Nov. 1. 1870, at Mobile, Ala. : Aged 44. 

1343. . (Born N. Y.)..OTIS H. TILLINGHAST (Ap'd N. Y.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1343, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Battle of Bull Run, and 
Died, July 23, 1861 : Aged 38. 



1344. . . . (Born 111.) JAMES B. PRY (Ap'd 111.). . 14 

For previous history, see No. 1344, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved: as Adjutant General of the Division of the 
Pacific, Dec. 3, 1866, to May 17. 1869,— of the Division of the South, June 19, 
1869 to July 14, 1871,— of the Division of the Missouri, July 24, 1871, to 
Nov 26, 1873,— of the Division of the Atlantic, Nov. 28, 1873,' to , and 

of the Department of the East, Jan. 1, 1878 to 

Civil History. — Author of a "Sketch of the Adjutant-General's De- 
partment, U. S. Army, from 1775, to 1875. with some general remarks on its 
Province, and a Register of its Officers," 1875 ; of "The History and Legal 
Etfect of Brevets in the Armies of Great Britain and the United States, from 
their origin, in 1692, to the present time," 1877 ; and of " Army Sacrifices, 
or Briefs from Official Pigeon-holes," illustrating the Services and Expe- 
riences of the U. S. Army on the Indian Frontier, 1879. 



186 GRADUATES OF THE 

Number. 1847. Class Bank. 

1345. . . .(Born Va.). AMBROSE P. HILL. (Ap'd Va.). .15 

For previoiis history, see No. 1345, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed. Apr. 2, 1865, neae Peteeskxjrg, Va. : Aged 39. 



1346 (Born Mas.) ANSON J. COOK (Ap'd at Large) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 1346, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Oct. 18, 1853, at Ft. Beooke, Fla. : Aged 30. 



1347. . . .(Born Md. ).... HORATIO G. GIBSON (Ap'dPa.). .17 

For previoiis history, see No. 1347 Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Preble, Me., Mar. -Apr. 23, 
(BvT. -Colonel, Mae. 13, 1865, foe Gallant and Meeitoeious 
Seevices dueing the Rebellion) 
1867, to Apr. 29, 1868 ; in command of Ft. Adams, R. I., to July 27, 1868,— 
of Ft. Preble, Me., Aug. 6, 1868, to Feb. 8, 1869,— and of Barrancas, Fla., to 
May 25, 1870 : on leave of absence. May 25, 1870, to Apr. 6, 1871 ; in garri- 
son at Newport Barracks, Ky., Apr. 6, 1871, to Nov. 11, 1872 ; in command 
of Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1872, to Oct. 20, ! 1876, —of Columbus. 
S. C, Oct. 23, 1876, to Jan. 13, 1877,— and of Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y., Jan., to 
July 21, 1877 ; at Baltimore, Md., and Mauch Chunk, Pa., suppressing 
railroad disturbances, July-Aug., 1877 ; and in command of Ft. Wads- 
worth, N. Y., Sep. 1, 1877, to 



1348. . . .(Born Ind.) AMBROSE E. BURNSIDE (Apd Ind.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1348, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Governor and Captain General of the State of Rhode 
Island and Providence Plantations, 1866, 1867, and 1868. Visited Europe in 
1870, and was admitted within the German and French lines in and around 
Paris, acting as a medium of communication in the interests of conciliation 
jje^veen both belligerents. Member of U. S. Senate, from the State of 
Rhode Island, March 4, 1875 to , being at various times on the Com- 

mittees on ManufactTirers. on Military Affairs, and on Education and Labor. 



1349. . . .(Born Pa.) RICHARD H. LONG (Apd at Large). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1349, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 30, 1849, .\t Ft. Gibson, Ark. : Aged 23. 



1350. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN GIBBON (Ap'd N. C). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1350, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Kearny, Neb., Dec. 1, 
1866, to May, 1867,— of regiment and Ft. Sanders, Dak., to Dec, 1868,— and 
of Rocky Mountain District, May 23, to Dec. 3, 1868; on leave of absence. 

(Colonel. 7th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
Dec, 1868, to June, 1869 ; in command of regiment and Camp Douglass, 



MILITARY ACADEMY, 187 



NuMBEB. 1847. Class Rank. 

Utah, June 13, 1869. to Apr. 30, 1870,— and of Ft. Shaw and District of Mon- 
tana, June 9, 1870, to Oct. 28, 1872 ; on leave of absence, Oct. 28, 1872, to 
Jan. 1, 1873 ; as Siiperintendent of General Recruiting Service, at New 
York City, Jan. 1, to Aug. 11, 1873 ; on leave of absence, Sep. 8, 1873, to 
July, 1874 ; in command of regiment and Ft. Shaw, Mon., July 23, 1874, to 
Mar. 21, 1876,— of Yellowstone Expedition. Mar. 21, to Oct. 4. 1876,— of regi- 
ment. Ft. Shaw and District of Montana, Oct. 4, 1876, to June 30, 1878,— of 
Battalion en route to Missoula to Sep. 1, 1877, being wounded in the action 
of Big Hole Pass, Mon., with Nez Percez Indians, Aug. 9, 1877 ; as Witness 
before Military Commission, at Washington, D. C, Mar. 21, to June, 1878 : 
in temporary command of the Depaitment of Dakota, Julj' 6-30, and 
Aug. 15-Nov. 6, 1878 ; as Member of Board to investigate the case of Doctor 
Hammond, late Surgeon-General. U. S. Army. Nov. 18. to Dec. .30. 1878. 



1351. ..(Born N. Y. ).... CLERMONT L. BEST (Ap'd N. Y.) .21 

For previous history, see No. 1351, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in garrison at Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y., Apr. 19, 
1867, to Feb. 23, 1870,— and at Ft. Delaware, Del., Mar. 9, to July 18, 1870 ; 
on leave of absence, July-Sep., 1870 : in garrison at Madison Barracks, N. Y., 
Sep. 6, 1870, to Oct., 1872,— and at Key West, Fla., Nov. 15, 1872, to June 17, 
1873 ; on sick leave of absence, June 17, to Nov. 29, 1873 : in garrison at 
Key West, Fla., Nov. 29, 1873, to Julvl6, 1874 ; on leave of absence, July 16, 
to Nov. 13, 1874; in garrison at Key West, Fla., Nov. 13, 1874, to May 17, 
1875 ; on sick leave of absence. May 17, 1875, to Apr. 3, 1876 : and in garrison 
at Ft. Independence, Mas., Apr. 3.* to Oct. 19, 1876,— at Blackville, S. C, 
Oct. 24, to Nov. 10, 1876,— at Charleston, S. C, Nov. 12, 1876, to Feb. 3, 
1877,— and at Ft. Independence, Mas., Feb. 13, 1877, to 



1352. . . .(Born N. Y.)... .ROMEYN B. AYRES (Ap'd N. Y). .22 

For previotis history, see No. 1352, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in awaiting orders, Feb. 4, to Dec. 31, 1867 : 
on frontier duty at Little Rock. Ark., Dec. 31, 1867, to Sep., 1868 ; as Acting 
Assistant Inspector General of the Department of Louisiana, Sep. 13, 1868, 

(Tkansfeeked to 19th Ixtantkt, Mar. 15, 1869) 
to Jan. 7, 1870 ; on frontier duty at Little Rock, Ark., to May, 1870 ; in 
garrison at Jackson Barracks, La., to June 21, 1870 ; on leave of absence, 
June-Sep., 1870; in garrison at Baton Rouge, La., Ship Island, Mis., and 

(Teansfeebed to 3d Aetilleey, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Jackson Barracks, La., to Jan., 1871, — atKev West, Fla., Jan. 28, to May, 1871, 
—at Ft. Jetferson, Fla., Mav 24. to Oct. 3, 1871,— at Kev West, Fla., Oct. 4. 
1871. to Nov., 1872.— at Madison Barracks, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1872, to Feb. 5, 
1877, — and at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y.. Feb. 8, to July 22, 1877 ; in command of 
battalion of troops at Baltimore, Md., and Maiich Chunk, Pa., for suppressing 
Railroad Distiirbances, July 22, to Oct. 24, 1877 : and in garrison at Ft. 
Hamilton. N. Y.. Oct. 24, 1877. to 



1353. . . .(Born 0.) CHARLES GRIFFIN (Ap'd O.) .23 

For previous history, see No. 1353, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 15, 1867, at G.alveston, Tex. : Aged 41. 



188 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1847. Class Bank. 



1354. . . . (Born Pa.) HENRY M. BLACK (Ap'd Pa.) . .24 

For previous history, see No. 1.354, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Commandant of Cadets and Instr\ictor of 
Artillery, Infantry and Cavalry Tactics, at the Military Academy. Sep. 22, 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 4th Infantry, Oct. 7, 1868) 
1864, to July 1, 1870 ; on leave of absence, July 1, to Nov. 1, 1870 ; in com- 
(Unassigned, Mae. 15, 1869 ; antj Assigned to 18th Infantry, July 1, 1870) 
mand of regiment and post of Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 1, 1870, to Jan. 9, 1871, — 
of Charleston, S. C, Jan. 18, to Apr. 4, 1871,— and of Columbia, S. C, 
Api'il 11, 1871, to Jan. 1, 1876 ; as Member of Board to report on certain 
Army Supplies, Jan. 1, to June 7, 1876 ; and in command of regiment and 
post of Columbia, S. C, June 15, 1876, to July 24, 1877,— of troops at Cum- 
berland, Md., Grafton, W. Va., and Alleghany Arsenal, Pa., for suppressing 
Railroad Disturbances, July-Nov., 1877, — and of regiment and post of At- 
lanta, Ga., Nov. 3, 1877, to" July 1, 1878, continuing on duty at that i^ost 
since, July 1. 1878. 

1355. . . (Born Ky). .HENRY B. HENDERSHOTT (Ap'd 0.). .25 

For previoiis history, see No. 1355, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Court Martial dutv at Richmond. Va., 
Aug. 24, 1867, to Feb. 21, 1870. 

Retired from Active Service. Mar. 30, 1864. 



1356... (Born O.) TREDWELL MOORE (Ap'd O.).. 26 

For previous history, see No. 1356, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served: as Post and Depot Quartermaster at Nash- 
(BvT. -Colonel and Bvt. Brig. -General, Mar. 13, 1865, for Faithful .\.nt) 
Meritorious Services during the Rebellion) 
ville. Ten., Apr. 1, 1867, to Apr. 9, 1868 ; on leave and absent sick to Apr. 10. 
1868 ; closing accounts and awaiting orders to Feb, 15. 1870 ; as Quarter- 
master at Ft. Adams, R. I., to Apr. 3, 1874; sick, at Washington, D. C, 

(Lieut. -Col. Staff — Dep. Quartermaster-General, June 6, 1872) 

Apr. 3, to June 20, 1874, and settling his accounts June 20, to Aug. 19, 1874 ; 

and as Post Quartermaster at Ft. Gibson, I. T., Aug. 26, 1874, to May 29. 1876. 

Died, May 29, 1876, at Ft. Gibson, I. T. : Aged 51. 



1357 . . .(Born Pa.) THOMAS H. NEILL (Apd Pa.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1357, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Member of Board for Examination of can- 
didates for promotion to the Infantry, Apr. 15, to Dec. 31, 1867 ; as Acting 
Assistant Inspector General of the District of Louisiana, Jan. 17, to Mar. 1. 
1868,— of Fifth Military District, to Aug. 5, 1868,— and of Department of 
Louisiana to Dec. 12, 1868 : as Acting Assistant Adjutant General of the De- 
partment of Louisiana, Jan., to Mar. 22, 1869 ; awaiting orders Mar. 22, to 
(Lieut. -Colonel, 1st Infantry, Feb. 22, 1869) 
(ITnassigned, Mar. 15, 1869) 
May 5, 1869 ; in command of General Recruiting Depot. Governor's Island, 
N. *Y., May 5. 1869, to July 31, 1871 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Scott, Kan., 
(AssiciNED TO 6th Cavalry, Dec. 15, 1870) 



U. S. MILITAKY ACADEMY. 189 



Number. 1847. Class Rank. 

Aug. 6, to Dec, 1871 ; in cummaud of regiment und Ft. lliley, Kan., Dec. 14, 
1871, to May 3, 1872,— of Camp near Ft. Hays, Kan., to Oct., 1872,— and Ft. 
Scott, Kan., Nov. 13, 1872, to Mar. 3, 1873 ; on leave of absence in Europe, 
Mar. -Sep., 1873; in command of Ft. Gibson, I. T., Sep., 1873, to Aug. 7, 
1874, — and of column (■! to (5 companies) operating against Cheyenne 
Indians, Aug., 1874:, to Apr. 2'.1, 1875, resiilting in the capture of 1400 Indians 
and 31 chiefs : and as commandant of Cadets and Instriictor of Artillery, In- 
fantry, aiid Cavalry Tactics, at the Military Academy, Jiily 1, 1875, to 
being on the march with his command to the Centennial Exhibition at Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., and returning, June 27, to July 6, 1876. 



1358. . . .(Born O.) WILLIAM W. BURNS (Apd O.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1358, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Commissary in the Department of 
the South, Aug. 17, 1866, to Ajjr., 1867, — and of the Second Military Dis- 
trict, to Jiily, 1868 ; under orders, to Sep., 1868 ; as Purchasing Commissary 
of Subsistence, New York City, Oct., 1868, to Nov.. 1873 ; as Chief of 
Commissariat, Department of the East, Feb. 6, 1870, to Nov., 1873, — and 
of the Division of the Pacific, Nov. 24, 1873, to 

(LiEUT.-CoL. St.iff — AssT. Com. -Gen. of Subsistence, June 23, 1874) 



1359. . . .(Born O.) EDWARD F. ABBOTT (Ap'd 0.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1359, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Real Estate Dealer, Covington, Ky., 1864, to 



1360. (BornN. Y.) EGBERT L. VIELE (Ap'd N. Y.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 1360, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Civil Engineer, since 1863. Projector of New York 
"Girdle Elevated Railroad," 1867. Chief Engineer of Pittsburg, Biiflfalo, 
and Rochester projected Railroad, 1871 ; and Consulting Engineer of the 
proposed New York and Chicago Railroad, 1872. Author of various papers 
and addresses on Topography, Parks, Markets, Health, Sewerage, Drainage. 
Mineral Resources, Ac, 1863-78. Residence, New York City. 



1361. . . (Born 111.) .WASHINGTON P. STREET (Ap'd la.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1361, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 13, 1852, at Camp McKavett, Tex. : Aged 27. 



1362. . . (Born Ind.). ..MONT. P. HARRISON. . . (Ap'd at Large). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1362, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Oct. 7, 1849, by Hostile Indians, ne.\r the 
Colorado Rtver. Tex. : Aged 23. 



190 GKADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1847. Class Bank. 



1363 . . .(Born Wis.) LE^WIS C. HUNT (Ap'd Mo.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1363, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Ft. Sedg- 
wick, Col., June-Nov., 1867. and of post. June, 1867, to July, 1868 ; on leave 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 20th Infantry. Mak. 29, 1868) 
of absence, July-Nov., 1868 ; on special duty at headquarters, Department 
of Louisiana, Nov. 9, 1868, to Mar. 2, 1869 : in garrison at Greenville 
Barracks, La., Mar. 2, to Apr. 1, 1869 ; on frontier duty in command of Ft. 
Ril^ley, Min., May 3. to June 3. 1869, — of Ft. xibercrombie. Min., June 21. 
1869, to July 22. 1872,— and of Ft. Totten, Dak., July 29, 1872, to Aug. 11, 

1877 ; on sick leave of absence, Aug, 11, to Dec. 28, 1877 : in command of 
post of San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 5-28, 1878 : and on frontier dutv at Ft. 
Clark, Tex., Jan. 30, 1878, to Oct. 25, 1878, and in command, to "Nov. 26. 

1878 (on Court Martial at San Antonio. Tex.. July 17, to Sep. 1, 1878). 



1364. . (Born N. Y. ) . . . AUGUSTUS H. SEWARD . . . (Ap'd at Large) . 34 
For previous history, see No. 1364, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on special duty under the orders of the 
Secretary of State, Seji. 7, 1865, to Jan. 2, 1868 ; as Paymaster at Boston, Mas., 
Jan. 8, to Ocf. 14, 1868,— and at New York City, Oct. 15, 1868, to Feb. 20, 1869 : 
on leave of absence, Feb. 20, to Dec. 20, 1869 : as Chief Paymaster of the 
Department of the Cumberland, Dec. 23, 1869. to Mav 23, 1870, -of Depart- 
ment of the South, May 26, 1870, to Feb. 24, 1871, (Paymaster at head- 
quarters to Oct. 17, 1871), — and of Department of Dakota, Nov. 12, 1871, to 
Maj' 30, 1876 ; and on sick leave of absence to Sep. 11, 1876. 

Died, Sep. 11, 1876, .at Montkose, N. Y". : Aged 50. 



1365. ..(Born Mo.).. PETER W. L. PLYMPTON. ..(Ap'd at Large), .35 
For previous history, see No. 1365, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 10, 1866, xt Galveston, Tex. : Aged 39. 



1366. . . .(Born N. Y.) JOHN DeRUSSY (Ap'd at Large). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1366, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 8, 1850, at Ft. Moneoe, Va. : Aged 24. 



1367 . . (Born S. C). . . ED"WARD D. BLAKE (.\p'd S. C.) 37 

For previous histoiy, see No. 13(57, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1368. . . .(Bom Va.) HENRY HETH (Apd Va.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1368, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 191 



NuMBEK. 1848. Class Rank. 



CLASS OF 18-18. 

1369 ... (Boru Mich. ) WILLIAM P. TROWBRIDGE . (Ap'd Mich. ) . 1 

For previous history, see No. 1369, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Vice-President of Noveltj' Iron Works, New York City, 
1865-70. Professor of Dynamic Engineering in the Sheffield Soientitie 
School of Yale College, Ct., 1870-77 : and of Engineering in the School of 
Mines in Columbia College, New York, since Aug. 15, 1877. Brig. -General 
Stall" — Adjutant-General of the State of Connecticut, 1872-76. Commissioner 
of the State of Connecticut, for building new Capitol at Hartford, Ct., since 
1873 ; and of the City of New Haven, Ct.^ to establish harbor lines, since 1872, 
— and, 1870-76, to build a bridge across Quinnipiac River. Aiithorof " Heat 
as a Source of PoAver," 187J:. Degree of A.M. conferred bvYale College, Ct., 
1870. 

1370 . . (Born Ten. ) ANDREW J. DONELSON, Jr (Ap'd Ten. ) . . 2 

For previous history, see No. 1370, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Died, Oct. 20, 1859, at Memphis, Ten. : Aged 33. 



1371. . .(Born N. Y.) JAMES C. DUANE (Ap'd N. Y.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1371, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of Fort at Willets 
Point, N. Y., and commanding post, June 8, 1865, to June 12, 1868, — of Defen- 
ses of Portland Harbor, and Fts. Popham and Knox, Me., since Aug. 5, 1868, 
— of First Lighthouse District, since Sejj., 1868, and of Second District, 
since June, 1870, — and of the Defenses of Portsmouth Harbor, N. H., May 14, 
1871, to Feb. 28, 1874, and since May 30, 1874 ; as Member of Board on 
Block Island Breakwater, R. I., Feb. 18, -Mar. 10, 1868,— of Board to re-or- 
ganize the Ponton Equipage, for the U. S. Army, Dec. 19, 1868, to Nov. 15, 
1869, — of Board to test stability of 15 inch gun platfoi-ms, Apr., 1875, — of 
Board on foundation of Washington Monument, Sep, 21, 1876, to ; and 

as Engineer of Third Lighthouse District, Dec. 16. 1878, to 



1372 .... (Born N. Y. ). . WALTER H. STEVENS (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 4 

For previous history, see No. 1372, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 12, 1867. xt Vera Cruz, Mex. : Acjed 40. 



1373 (Born N. Y.) ROBERT S. WILLIAMSON (Ap'd N. J.). 5 

For previous history, see No. 1373, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Lighthouse Engineer of Twelfth District, 
Feb. 9th, 1863, to May 1, 1872, and since Oct. 1, 1873,— and of Thirteenth Dis- 
trict to Mar., 1871 : as Sui^erintending Engineer of various surveys of rivers, 
harbors, and sites for fortifications on the Pacific coast, Jan. 23, 1866, to 
May 1, 1872, — and of Imi^iovement of San Francisco Harbor, July 21, 1866 to 
Dec, 1867, and of Willamette River, July 21, 1866, to Mar. 31, 1871 ; as Mem- 
ber of the Pacific Board of Engineers, Dec. 4, 1866, to Dec. 1869, and since 

(Lieut. -Colonel, Corps of Engineers, Feb. 22, 1869) 
Jan. 1876, — of Commission to examine Central Pacific Railroad, Feb., 1868, tfi 
Nov. 1869, — and of Board on ImiDrovement of entrance to Humboldt Bay and 
Eureka Harbor, Cal., Aug. -Sep., 1871 : on sick leave of absence in Europe. 
May 20, 1872, to Sep. 10, 1873. 



192 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1848. Class Eank. 

1374 . . . (Born N. H.) RUFUS A. ROYS (Apd N. H.) . . 6 

For previoiis history, see No. 1374, Vol. II, of Register of Gracliiates. 
Accidentally Killed, July 30, 1850, at Ft. Keakxy, Neb. : Aged 2-1. 



1375 ... (Borii Ph. ) . NATHANIEL MICHLBR (Apd Pa. ) . . 7 

For previous history, see No. 1375, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in making Surveys and Military Maps illus- 
trating the operations and battle-fields of the Armies of the Potomac and 
James, Apr. 14, 1865, to Oct. 1, 1867 : in selecting site for a Presidential 
Mansion and Public Park, in the District of Columbia, and making prelim- 
inary surveys and drawings. July 31, 1866, to Feb. 13, 1867 : as Member of 
Board to prepare plans, specifications and estimates for new War Depart- 
ment Building, Oct. 9, 1866, to June 1, 1871 : as Superintendent of Public 
Biiildings and Grounds, and cei-tain U. S. Improvements in the District of 
Columbia, Mar. 13, 1867, to June 1, 1871 ; in charge of examination and 
Survey of Potomac River, and repairing Ft. Foote, Md., 1867-70 ; as Mem- 
ber of Board of Engineers to examine Bishop's Ship-lock, 1867 ; as Chief 
Engineer on the staft' of the General Commanding Division of the Pacific, 
Aug. 4, 1871, to Sep. 30, 1872 ; as Engineer of 12th Lighthouse District, and 
in charge of Surveys and Harbor and River Improvements on the Pacific 
Coast, May 2, 1872, to Oct. 1, 1873 ; as Engineer of 13th Lighthouse District, 
and in charge of Fts. Stevens and Canby, Or., and Surveys and Harbor 
and River Improvements in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, Oct. 17, 1873, 
to Dec, 27, 1875 ; awaiting orders, at Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 20, to Nov. 22, 
1876 ; as Siiperintending Engineer of River and Harbor Imijrovements on 
Lake Erie, at Monroe, Mich., and at Toledo, Port Clinton, Sandusky, Huron, 
Vermillion and Black Rivers, Ohio, Dec. 1, 1876, to 

(Lieut. -Colonel, Coeps of Engineers, Oct. 16, 1877) 



1376 .... (Born Ten. ) . .. . JAMES M. HAYNES (Apd Ala. ) .. 8 

For previous historj^ see No. 1376, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 16, 1850, in the City of Mexico: Aged 25. 



1377. . . (Born N. J.) JOSEPH C. CLARK (Apd N. J.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1377, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Served: as Principal Assistant Professor of Natural 
and Experimental Philosophy at the Military Academy, Aug. 29, 1863, to 

(Retired from Active Service, May 11, 1864. with the rank of M.'Vjor 
" FOR Disability from wounds received in Battle.'") 
Feb. 21, 1870 ; unemployed to Sep. 1874 ; as ProlVssor of Military Science 
in the University of Pennsylvania, Sep., 1874, to June, 1875 ; and as Deputy 
Governor of the Soldiers' Home, near Washington, D. C, Aug.. 1875, t(^ 
May 15, 1877. 

1378 ... (Born Va. ) "WILLIAM E. JONES ( Apd Va. ) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 1378, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, June 5, 1864, .vr Mt. Crawford, Va. : Aged 40. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 193 



NxTMBEB. 1848. Class Rank. 



1379. ..(Born Vii.) JOHN C. TIDBALL (Ap'd 0.)..11 

For previous history, see No. 1379, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of the District of Astoria, 
headquarters Ft. Stevens, Or., Aug. 28, 1867, to July, l«(i8,— of District of 
Kenai, headquarters Kodiah, Ahxs., Sejj., 1868, to Oct. 7, 1869, and May-Sep., 
1870 ; on leave of absence, Oct. 7, 1869, ta Mar., 1870 ; in command of Dis- 
trict of Alaska, headquarters Sitka, Sep. 23, 1870, to Sep. 20, 1871, — of Depot 
Guard, at Yerba Buena Island, Cal., Nov. 1, 1871, to Nov. 1, 1872,— and of 
post of Raleigh, N. C, Nov. 16, 1872, to Apr. 29, 1874 ; and as Superintend- 
ent of Artillery Instruction in the Ft. Monroe, Va., Artillery School for 
Practice, May 1, 1874, to 

1380 . . (Born N. J.) WILLIAM G. GILL (Ap'd Pa.) . . 12 

For previous history, see No. 1380, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

Died, 18—. 

1381 (Born Ky. ). BENJAMIN D. FORSYTHE (Ap'd 111.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1381, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 31, 1861, at Pokt Jekvis, N. Y. : Aged 34. 



1382. . . .(Born S. C.) THOMAS S. RHETT (Ap'd at Large). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1382, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1383.... (Born N. C.) JAMES HOLMES (Ap'd N. C.)....15 

For previous history, see No. 1383, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 27, 1854, at Ft. I^^DEPENDENCE, Mas. : Aged 28. 

1384, . . .(Born Ky.) JOHN BUFORD (Ap'd 111.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 1384, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 16, 1863, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 37. 



1385. (Born N. Y). TRUMAN K. WALBRIDGE.. (Ap'd N. Y.) .17 
For previous history, see No. 1385, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 16, 1856, neak Geneva, N. Y. : Aged 28. 



1386. . . . (Born S. C.) . . . EDWARD B. BRYAN (Ap'd at Large) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 1386, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1387 . (Born N. C.) RICHARD L DODGE (Ap'd N. C.) . . 19 

For previous history, see No. 1387, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of battalion protecting Union 
Pacific Railroad, near Ft. Sedgwick, Col., June-July, 1867, and Camp Sar- 
13 



194 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1848. Class Rank. 



gent, Neb., Aug. -Sep., 1867 ; on leave of absence, Sep. to Dec. 25, 1867 ; on 
frontier duty at Ft. Sedgwick, Col., Dec. 25, 1867, to Mar. 31, 1868,— and 
en route to and at Ft. Fred. Steele, Dak., to Jiily, 1868 ; as Acting Assistant 
Inspector General of Rocky Mountain District, headquarters Ft. Sanders, Dak., 
July 31, to Nov. 27, 1868 ;' on General Court Martial to Jan. 10, 1869 : in- 
vestigating frauds of Claim Agents to Oct., 1869 ; in command of Ft. 

(Tkansfeeeed to 3d Infantby, Mae. 15, 1869) 
Lyon, Col., Oct. 12, 1869, to Feb. 23, 1871,-— and of Ft. Larned, Kan., Mar. 13, 
to July 9, 1871 ; as Member of Board, at New York City, to perfect a system 
of Army Regulations, July, 1871, to May 17, 1872 ; en "route to and in com- 
mand of Ft. Dodge, Kan., to Nov. 14, 1873 ; in command of regiment, May 20, 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 23d Inf.\ntey, Oct. 29, 1873) 
to Nov. 10, 1874,— of Ft. Whipple, Ara., to July, 1874,— and of Omaha 
Barracks, Neb., Sep. 8, to Nov. 10, 1874, continuing in garrison there to 
May 6, 1875 ; in command of escort of six companies for the Black Hills" 
Geological Surveying Party, May 6, to Oct. 19, 1875 ; in command of Omaha 
Barracks, Neb., Oct. 19, 1875, to Jan. 11, 1876, and Apr. 10, to Nov. 3, 1876 ; 
in command of 4 comjianies of Artillery and 11 of Infantry, on Powder River 
Expedition against hostile Sioux. Nov. 3, 1876, to Jan. 20,'l877 ; in command 
of Ft. Riley, Kan., Jan. 20, to Feb. 28, 1877, and Apr. 30, to June, 1877 ; in 
garrison at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., June 13, 1877, to July 20, 1878,— and Ft. 
Hays, Kan., July 21, to Sep. 19, 1878 ; in quelling Cheyenne Disturbances, 
Sep. 19, to Oct. il, 1878 ; on detached service at Ft. Sill, I. T., Nov. 5, to 
Dec. 10, 1878 ; and on expedition to Indian Territory, Dec. 31, 1878, to 

Civil History.— Author of "Plains of the Great West," 1876; and of 
' ' Black Hills, "1876. ___________ 

1388. .(Born N. Y.). ..GRIER TALLMADGE (Ap'd N. Y). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1388, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 11, 1862, at Ft. Moneoe, Va. : Aged 34. 



1389 . . (Born Ky.). .WILLIAM A. SLAUGHTER . (Ap'd Ind), .21 

For pi-evious history, see No. 1389, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 4, 1855, in the Skiemish of Beannan's Peaieie, Wash. : Aged 28. 



1390 .... (Bom Ten. ) . . ROBERT M. RUSSELL (Ap'd Ten. ) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 1390, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1391 .... (Born Va. ) CHARLES H. TYLER (Ap'd at Large) . . 23 

For previous history, see No. 1391, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, Cross Keys, Rockingham CV)nnty, Va., since 1866. 



1392. . . .(Born Ga.) JOHN C. BOOTH (Ap'd Ala.). 24 

For previous history, see No. 1392, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. (i, 1862, at Fayetteville, N. C. : Aged 35. 



U. S. MILITAKY ACADEMY. 195 



Number. 1848. Class Bane. 



1393. . . (Born S. C). . THOMAS K. JACKSON (Ap'd S. C). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1393, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil Historj. — Farmer and Merchant, Gainesville, Ala., since 1866. 



1394. . . .(Born N. H.). . .GEORGE H. PAIGE (Apd at Large). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1394, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 18, 1859, at Caiup Floyd, Utah : Aged 34. 



1395. . . .(Born O.). . .NATHANIEL H. McLEAN. . (Ap'd at Large). .27 
For previous history, see No. 1395, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Reappointed in the Army by Law of Mar. 3, 1875, to be 
Lieut. -Colonel Staff — Assistant Adjutant-Genekal, Mae. 3, 1875, 

that being the rank he would have attained in service at the date of the 

passage of the act. 
Retired from Active Service, Mar. 3, 1875, under the Law of that date. 



1396. . . (Born Pa.) . . . A. GALBRAITH MILLER (Ap'd Wis.) . .28 

For previous history, see No. 1396, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct 21, 1865, at Milwaukee, Wis. : Aged 38. 



1397. . (Born Pa.) CHARLES H. OGLE (Ap'd Pa.) . .29 

For previous history, see No. 1397, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec, 1862, at Haerisburg, Pa.: Aged 37. 



1398. . . (Born Ky.). ..WILLIAM N. R. BEALL (Ap'd Ark.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 1398, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — General Commission Merchant, St. Louis, Mo., since 1866. 



1399. . . .(Born Me.) FERDINAND PAINE (Ap'd Me.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1399, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 23, 1854, at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. : Aged 26. 



1400. . . .(Born Pa.) THOMAS D. JOHNS (Ap'd Pa.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1400, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Inspector of Public Schools, New York City, 1873. Civil 
and Mining Engineer, since 1864. Residence, New York City. 



196 GRADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEB. 1848. Class Rank. 

1401. . . .(Born Pa.). ..VSTILLIAM T. MECHLING (Ap'd Pa.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1401, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1402 ... (Born N. J. ) .GEORGE C. BARBER (Ap'd N. J. ) . . 34 

For previous history, see No. 1402, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 15, 1853, at Indianola, Tex. : Aged 27. 



1403. . . . (Born Me.) DANIEL HUSTON (Ap'd N, Y.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1403, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Richmond, Va., 
Sep. 7, 1866, to Apr., 1867, and July-Oct., 1868, and in garrison there, Apr., 
1867, to July, 1868, and Oct. -Dec, 1868 ; in command of Sub-District of 

(Teansfereed to 23d Infantry, Dec. 24, 1868) 
Norfolk, Va., Jan. 23, to Mar. 17, 1869,— of Ft. Gibson, I. T., Apr. 23, 1869, 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 6th Infantey, Feb. 22, 1869) 
to Jan. 29, 1871,— of regiment, May-July, 1869, and Sep. 25, 1869, to June 29, 
1871 ; on frontier duty at Little Rock, Ark., Feb. 19, to Sep. 28, 1871,— Ft. 
Dodge, Kan., Oct. 14, 1871, to May, 1872,— Ft. McKean, Dak., June 14, to 
Oct. 10, 1872,— Ft. Buford, Dak., Oct. 16, 1872, to June, 1873,— and Ft. Ste- 
venson, Dak., Aug. 25, 1873, to June 11, 1877 ; on sick leave of absence, 
June 11, to Sep. 30, 1877 ; in command of regiment and Ft. Buford, Dak., 
Oct. 21, 1877, to 



1404. . , . (Born S. C.) N. GEORGE EVANS (Ap'd S. C.) . . 36 

For previous history, see No. 1404, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Teacher, Midway, Bullock Co., Ala., 1866-68. 
Died, Nov. 30, 1868, at Midway, Ala. : Aged 45. 



1405. . . . (Born Md.). . GEORGE H. STEUART (Ap'd at Large). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1405, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1406. . . .(Born R. L). GEORGE W. HOWTiAND. . . (Apd at Large). .38 

For previous historj', see No. 1406, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Ft. Laramie, 
Dak., Aug. 2, to Nov. 23, 1867,— of detachment of regiment at Ft. D. A. 
Russell, Wy., Nov. 29, 18()7, to Aug., 1868,— and of regiment at Ft. McPherson, 
Neb., Aug. 5, 1868, to Mar. 1869. 

(Wholly Retired feom Service, Apr. 8, 1869) 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. ; 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 197 



NuMBEB. 1849. Class Rank, 



CLASS OF 1849. 

1407. . . . (Born O.) . . . . QUINCY A. GILLMORE (Ap'd 0.) . . 1 

For previous history, see No. 1407, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the Fortifica- 
tions on Staten Island, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1866, to Nov. 19, 1869, and since 
July 18, 1870,— of the Coast Defenses from Cape Fear River, N. C, to St. 
Augustine, Fla., since Nov. 19, 1869 ; on leave of absence, Jan. -Apr., 1870; 
as Superintending Engineer of Surveys of Rivers and Harbors in North 
and South Carolina, Georgia, and East Florida, since July 19, 1870, — 
of Improvement of Ship Channel into Charleston Harbor, S. C., since 
Mar., 1871, and of Mouth of St. John River, Fla., since Mar., 1871,— of 
Removal of Obstriictions in Ashepoo River, S. C, and of Wrecks in Stono 
River, S. C, Apr., 1872, to Dec, 1873, — of Improvement of Savannah 
River and Harbor, Ga., since Apr., 1872, — of Ft. Monroe, Va., since 

(Lieut. -Colonel, Corps of Engineers, June 13, 1874) 
Aug. 3, 1874, and Ft. Wool, Ya., since Aug. 12, 1874. — of Improvement of the 
inside passage between St. John's River and Nassau Inlet, Fla., since Nov., 
1876, — of Improvement of Darien Harbor, Ga., since June 26, 1878, — of Sur- 
vey for a Ship Canal from St. Mary's River, Fla., to the Gulf of Mexico, and 
of St. Johns and Upper Savannah Rivers, since July, 1878 ; as Member of 
Board to examine tVooden Platforms for 15-inch Guns, Dec, 1870, — for 
testing Captain King's Depressing Gun Carriage, Aug. -Dec, 1871, — on 
Improvement of Cape Fear River, Jan. 10-26, 1872, — for Examination of 
Officers of Engineers, for promotion, Apr., 1873, and Oct., 1877, — for Intro- 
duction of Galling Guns in Fortifications, May, 1873, and Jan., 1874, — to 
examine Capt. Howell's project of a Ship Canal from Mississippi River to the 
Gulf of Mexico, July 20, 1873, to Jan. 4, 1874, — of James River and Kan- 
awha Canal project, Jan.-May, 1874, — to test stability of Captain Duane's 
lo-inch Gun Platform, Apr., 1875, — to determine strength and value of all 
kinds of Iron, Steel, and other Metals, since Apr. 15, 1875, — on Improve- 
ment of Savannah River and Harbor, Ga., June 5-12, 1875, — of Judges at 
Centennial Exhibition, on Group 11, comi^rising Cements, Stone, etc., May, 
1874, — of Commission on Improvement of Pennsj'lvania Avenue, Washing- 
ton, D. C, July 19, 1876, to May, 1877, — on Foundation of the Washing- 
ton National Monument, Sep. 2*1, 1876, to June 18, 1878, — on Modifica- 
tion of Rock Creek Bridge, of Washington Aquediict, Feb. 7, to Apr. 9, 1877, 
— and on Improvement of Charleston Harbor, S. C, Mar., 1878. 

Civil History. — Member of a Board of Civil Engineers to design a Rail- 
road Bridge across Connecticut River, at Middletown. Ct., Apr., 1867-June, 
1870, — for Raih-oad Bridge across Hudson River, near Peekskill, N. Y., 18 — , 
— for Bridge across the East River, at Blackwell's Island, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1875- 
Feb. 21, 1877 — and for Examination of the Bulkhead-walls at Canal and King 
Streets, New York City, Oct. 12, 1875-Feb. 18, 1876. Author of a work on 
Beton Coignet and other Artificial Stones, 1871, — on the Comjaressive 
Strength, Specific Gravity and Ratio of Absorption of Building Stones of the 
United States, 1876, — of Practical Treatise on Roads, Streets and Pavements, 
1876, — and of a Report to the Bureau of Awards, Centennial Exhibition of 
1876, on the Cements, Artificial Stone, Brick Making Machines, Kilns, Pave- 
ments, etc. Degree of Ph.D., conferred by Riitgers College, N. J., 1878. 



1408. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN G. PARKE (Ap'd Pa.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1408, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief Astronomer and Siirveyor for deter- 
mining and marking the Northwest Boundarj^ between the United States 



198 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1849. Class Kank. 

and the British Provinces, Sep. 28, 1866, to Oct. 31, 1869 ; as Superintend- 
ing Engineer of Repairs of Ft. Washington, Md., Improvement of Potomac 
River, Construction of Defenses of Baltimore Harbor, and Improvement of 
Patapsco and Susquehanna Rivers, Sep. 11, 1867, to May 25, 1868 ; in charge 
of the Defenses of Annapolis Harbor, Md., Oct. 30, 1867, to May 25, 1868 ; as 
Assistant in the Office of the Chief of Engineers, at Washington, D. C, since 
June 1, 1868 ; and Member of Board to Prescribe Rules and Regulations 
for Contracts under the War Department, May, 1878. 



1409. . . .(Born Fla.). . . .STEPHEN V. BENET (Ap'd Fla.). .3 

For previous historj', see No. 1409, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Frankford Arsenal, Pa., and 
Inspector of Gunpowder, Aug. 17, 1864, to Sep. 18, 1869 ; as Member of Board 
on Sea-Coast Rifled Cannon, Carriages, Projectiles, &c., Dec. 12, 1867, to 
June 4, 1868, — of Board to test Beaupres system of constructing Cannon, 
Sep. 1-5, 1868, — and of Board to examine Improvements for moving and 
manoeuvring heavy guns, Jan.-Feb., 1870 ; as Counsel for General Dyer 
before his Court of Inquiry, Nov. 9, 1868, to May 7, 1869 ; as Assistant to the 
Chief of Ordnance, Washington, D. C, Sep. 18,' 1869, to Feb. 4, 1874 ; and 
Acting Chief of Ordnance, Feb. 4, to June 23, 1874; and as Chief of Ordnance 

(Beig.-Genekal and Chief of Ordnance, U. S. Abmy, June 23, 1874) 
of the U. S. Army, in charge of the Ordnance Bureau at Washington, D. C, 
since June 23, 1874. 

Civil History.— Author of a Work on Electro-Ballistic Machines, and the 
Schultz Chronoscope, 18 — . 

1410. . . .(Born N. H.). . THOMAS J. HAINES (Ap'd N. H.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1410, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in general charge of the Subsistence Depart- 
ment in Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, New Mexico, Colorado, 
Utah, Nebraska, Dakota, Montana, and the Indian Territory, Dec. 5, 1865, to 
Feb. 6, 1868, — and at headquarters of the Division of the Missouri to July, 
1868 ; as Member of Board to ^jrovide Buildings for Army Stores, to Oct., 
1868 ; as Chief of Commissariat, Department of the South, Oct. 5, 1868, to 
Nov. 20, 1873 ; as Purchasing and Depot Commissary at Boston, Mas., Dec. 2, 
1873, to May 30, 1875 ; and as Assistant to the Commissary General at 
Washington, D. C, June 15, 1875, to 



1411. , . (Born Pa.). . . .JOHNSON K. DUNCAN (Ap'd 0.). 

For previous history, see No. 1411, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan.. 1863, at Knoxvllle, Ten.: Aged 36. 



1412. . . .(Born O.) "WILLIAM SILVEY (Ap'd O.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1412, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in garrison at Ft. Trumbull, Ct., May 9, 1866, 
to Apr. 20, 1869,— and Ft. Ontario, N. Y., Apr. 21, 1869, to Nov. 9, 1872 ; and 

(Major, 5th Artillery, Feb. 7, 1875) 
on sick leave of absence, Nov. 9, 1872, to May 1, 1875. 

Retired from Active Service, May 1, 1875, for Disability 

contracted in the Line of Duty. 

Died, (^ct. 23, 1875, at Oswego, N. Y. : Aged 50. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 199 



NuMBEK. 1849. Class Rank. 

1413. . . .(Born N. J.). . BEEKMAN DU BARRY. . . .(Ap'd at Large). ,7 

For previous history, see No. 1413, Vol. II, of Register of Gracliiates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant in the Bureau of the Commissary 
General, Washington, D. C, Dec. 20, 1864, to Nov. 4, 1873 ; as Chief of 
Commissariat of Department of Dakota, Nov. IG, 1873, to Aug. 23, 1876 ; as 
Purchasing and Depot Commissary at Boston, Mas., Sep. 28, 1876, to May 1, 
1877,— and at New York City, May 1, 1877, to 



1414 . . .(Born N. Y.). .DELAVAN D. PERKINS (Ap'd N. Y.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1414, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 6, 1865, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 38. 



1415. . . .(Born Pa.) ABSALOM BAIRD (Ap'd Pa.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1415, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Inspector General of the Department 
of the Lakes, Dec. 1, 1866, to Sep. 21, 1868,— of the Department of Dakota, 
Oct. 5, 1868, to Nov. 1870,— of the Division of the South, Nov. 3, 1870, to 
Nov. 1872, — and of the Division of the Missouri (as Assistant). Nov. 14, 
1872, to 

1416 .... (Born Ten. ) . . . WILLIAM A. NIMMO (Ap'd Ten. ) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 1416, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 12, 1856, at Robeetson City, Ten. : Aged 28. 



1417 . . (Born Ind.) . . ..MILTON COGS"WELL (Ap'd Ind.) . .11 

For previous history, see No. 1417, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Fayetteville, N. C, Apr. 20, 
to Dec, 1867,— and Raleigh, N. C, to Feb. 24, 1868 ; as Provisional Mayor 
of Charleston, S. C, Mar. 7, to July, 1868 ; in charge of civil aifairs at Sum- 
merville, S. C, to Sep. 28, 1868 ; in garrison at Columbia, S. C, Nov. 29, 
1868, to Mar., 1869, —Charleston, S. C, Mar. 5, to Apr. 4, 1869,— at Omaha 

(Unassigned, Mae. 15, 1869) 
Barracks, Neb., Apr., 1869, — and Presidio, Cal., May 1869 ; on frontier duty 

(Assigned to 21st Infantey, Mae. 26, 1869) 
at Camp Goodwin, Ara., to Sep., 1869 ; in command of Camp McDowell, 
Ara., and Sub-District Verde, Sep. 17, 1869, to Mar. 30, 1870,— and of Camp 
Lowell, Ara., and Southern Sub-District of Arizona, Apr. 13, to June 17, 
1870 ; on Special Duty at headquarters of Department of Arizona, July 3, 
1870, to June 26, 1871 ; and in garrison at Drum Barracks, Cal., to Sep. 26, 
1871. 

Retired feom Active Service, Sep. 26, 1871, for Disability 
contracted in the Line of Duty. 



1418 .... (Bom Ky. ) . EDWARD D. STOCKTON (Ap'd Ky. ) . 12 

For previous history, see No. 1418, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Mar. 13, 1857* at S.in Antonio, Tex. : Aged 28. 



200 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1849. Class Rank. 



1419. . . .(Born Vt.) EDV7ARD R. PLATT (Ap'd Vt.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1419, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at San Jose, Cal., May 18, 1866, 
to Nov., 1867; as Jiidge Advocate of the Deiiartment of California, Apr. 1, 
1866, to Dec. 31, 1871, and Aide-de-Camp to the Department commander, 
June 4, 1868, to Dec. 31, 1871 ; in garrison in San Francisco Harbor, Cal., 
Jan. 15, to Dec. 3, 1872, being in command at Point San Jose, Jan. -Nov., 

1872 ; in command of post of Charleston, N. C, Dec. 24, 1872, to Mar. 28, 

(Ma.toe ST.-i.FF — Assistant AD.njTANT-GENERAL Mae. 24, 1873) 

1873 ; as Adjvitant General, Department of the Gulf, May 3, 1873, to Dec. 29, 
1875, — and of the Department of the Missouri, Jan. 5, 1876, to 



1420. . . . (Born Md.). .CHAUNCEY McKEEVER. . . (Ap'd at Large). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1420, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Adjutant General of the Department of the 
Missouri, Oct. 4, 1866, to June 23, 1869,— of Department of the East, July 20, 
1869, to Apr. 23, 1873,— of Department of Texas, May 5, to Nov. 4, 1873,— and 
of Division and Department of the Soiith, Nov. 8, 1873, to Jan. 13, 1874 ; on 
sick leave of absence, Jan. 13, to May 13, 1874 ; as Adjutant-General of Divi- 
sion of the South, May 13, 1874, to Jime 26, 1876,— and of Department of the 
South, May 13, 1874, to July 1, 1878 ; awaiting orders and on leave of ab- 
sence, July 1, 1878, to 



1421. . . (Born Ala.). . . .WILLIAM H. LEWIS (Ap'd N. Y.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1421, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Camp Douglas, Dak., 
(Tbansfeeeed to 7th Infantey, Mae. 15, 1869) 
July 19, 1866, to June 19, 1869, being in command till Apr., 1869 ; on leave 
of absence, June 19, to Dec. 15. 1869 ; in command of Ft. Fred. Steele, Wy., 
Dec. 26, 1869, to Apr. 14, 1870 ; en route to and at Ft. Benton, Mon., 
June 13, 187(3, to Mar. 16, 1871 ; as Special Inspector at headquarters of 
Department of Dakota, Mar.-Aug., 1871, and Acting Asst. Inspector-General 
of the Department, Aug. 1, 1871, to Mar. 8, 1874; in command of Baton 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 19th Infantey, Dec. 10, 1873) 
Rouge, La., Mar. 31, to June, 1874 ; en route to and at Camp Supply, I. T., 
July 4, 1874, to June 2, 1875 ; on leave of absence, June 2, to Oct. 11, 1875 ; 
as Member of Retiring Board, at AVashington, D. C, Oct. 11, 1875, to Jan., 
1H77 ; on frontier duty at Camp Supply, I. T., Jan. -July, 1877, — Ft. Dodge, 
Kan., to Dec. 2(), 1877 ; as Member of Board at Ft. Bliss, Tex., to investigate 
the troubles in El Paso County, Tex., to Mar. 29, 1878; and in command 
of Ft. Dodge, Kan., Mar. 29, to Se^j. 25, 1878, — and on Expedition in pursuit 
of Cheyenne Indians, being engaged in the action at Punished Woman's 
Fork, Kan., Sep. 27, 1878, when he was 

Mortally Wounded, and Died, Sep. 28. 187s, ne.\r Ft. Wallace. Kan.: 

Aged 49. 



1422 .... (Born Mas.) JOHN KELLOGG (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 1422, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 25, 1865, at Ft. Monroe, Va. : Aoed 39. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 201 

Number. 1S49. Class Bank. 

1423. . . .(Bom Ten.) JOHN C. MOORE (Ap'd Ten.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 1423, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1424. . . . (Born Mas.) RUFUS SAXTON (Ap'd Mas.) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 1424, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief Quartermaster of the Third Mili- 
tarv District (Georgia, Florida and Alabama) Apr. 11, 1867, to July 31, 1868, 
—of the Department of the South, Aug. 1, 1868, to Mar. 18, 1869,— of the 
Department of Columbia, May 2, 1869, to May 28, 1873,— of the Depart- 
ment of the Lakes, June 23, 1873, to May 19, 1874,— of the Fourth Quarter- 

(LiEUT. -Colonel Statf — Dep. Quakteemastee-Geneeal, June, 6, 1872) 
master's District, Division of the Atlantic, Buffalo, N. Y., May 19, 1874, to 
Feb. 13, 1875, — in charge of the Philadelphia Depot of the Quartermaster's 
Department, Feb. 27, to July 17, 1875, — and of the Department of the Mis- 
souri, Aug. 23, 1875, to 

1425. . . (Born Ga.) THOMAS WRIGHT (Ap'd Ga.). .19 

For i^revious history, see No. 1425, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died. Oct. 12. 1857, at Ft. Randall, D.ak. : Aged 29. 



1426. . (Born Ct.) HORACE F. De LANO (Ap'd N. Y). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1426, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 24, 1854, at Ft. Bliss, Tex. : Aged 28. 



1427 .... (Born Ind.) DANIEL McCLURE (Ap'd Ind.) . . 21 

For previous history, see No. 1427, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Paymaster of the District of New 
Orleans, La., June 24, 1867, to Apr. 15, 1869, — and of the Division of the 
South, Apr. 15, 1869, to Feb. 27, 1877 : at Louisville, Ky., Mar. 10, 1877, to 
Mar. 13, 1878 ; and under the orders of the Commanding General of the 
Division of the Missouri, at St. Louis, Mo., since April 1, 1878. 



1428. . . (Born Ct.). . . EDWARD McK. HUDSON (Ap'd Ct.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1428, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Acting Assistant Inspector-General, Third 
Military District, May 13, 1867, to Jan. 13, 1868 ; in command at Mobile, Ala., 
Jan. 29, to June 29, 1868 ; on leave of absence to Apr., 1869 ; awaiting orders, 
Apr.-Oct.. 1869 ; as Acting Assistant Inspector-General of the Deimrtment of 
the South, Oct. 28, 1869, to Dec. 15, 1870. 

Retieed feom AcTrvE Seevice, Dec. 15, 1870, foe Disability 
conteacted in the Line of Duty. 



1429 (Born Ten.) JOHN WITHERS (Ap'd Mis.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1429, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Cashier of the National Bank of San Antonio, Tex., since 
187—. 



202 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1849. Class Rank. 

1430 .... (Born Pa. ) . . .WASHINGTON C. TEVIS. . . ( Ap'd at Large) . . 24 

For previous history, see No. 1430, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Soldier of Fortune, having been a Brigadier-General in 
the Provisional Army of France, 1870-71, — a Brigadier-General in the 
Egyptian Army, 1873,— and since has been in the Turkish Army, and a News- 
paper Correspondent. 

1431 . . .(Born Va.). . .BEVERLY H. ROBERTSON (Ap'd Va.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1431, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Engaged in Insurance Business, since 18 — ■. 



1432. , . .(Born Pa.) JOSEPH L. TIDBALL (Ap'd 0.). .26 

For previous historj', see No. 1432, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, at Buffalo, N. Y., 
Feb. 26, 1862, to Jan. 1, 1868 ; and on Court Martial duty, Dec. 4, 1868. to 
Apr. 12, 1869. 

Retired fbom Active Service, Nov. 1, 1861. 



1433. . . .(Born Ky.). . . .CHARLES W. FIELD (Ap'd at Large). .27 

For previoi^s history, see No. 1433, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1866-75, no certain information having been 
received. Colonel of Engineers in the Egyptian Army, July 17, 1875, to 
Mar. 31, 1877, serving as Insiiector-General in the Abyssinian Campaign, 
1875-76. Door-keeper of the U. S. House of Representatives, since Apr. 18, 
1878. 

1434. . . .(Bom Va.) SETH M. BARTON (Ap'd Va.). .28 

For previotis history, see No. 1434, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1435 .... (Born D. C. ) DUFF C. GREEN (Ap'd at Large) . . 29 

For previous history, see No. 1435, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, , 1865, at Mobile, Ala. : Aged 37. 

1436. (BornKy.). ..RICHARD W. JOHNSON (Ap'd Ky.). 30 

For previous history, see No. 1436, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Acting Judge Advocate of the Depart- 
ment of the Cumberland, Mar. 16, 1867, to Oct. 11, 1867 ; and Professor of 
Military Science in the Missouri State University, July 11, 1868, to Jan. 22, 
1869. 

Repired from Active Service, Oct. 12, 1867, as Major-Genebal (changed 

TO Brig. -General, by Law of Mar. 3, 1875) for Disability from 

Wounds received in Battle. 

Civil History. -Degree of A. M. conferred by the University of Mis- 
souri, 1868. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 203 



Number. 1849* Class Bank. 

1437. . (Born Ct.). . SAMUEL B. HOLABIRD (Ap'd Ct.). 31 

For previous history, see No. 1457, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief Quartermaster of the Department 
of Dakota, Mar. 12, 1867, to May 1, 1872.— of the Department of Texas, 
June 6, 1872, to Aug. 15, 1875, — of the Division of the Missoiiri, Nov. 1, 
1875, to May 6, 1878, — and of the Division of the Padfio, and Department 
of California, May, 1878, to 



1438. . . .(Born Ya.). . .THOMAS G. WILLIAMS. . ..(Ap'd at Large). .32 

For previous hi8torj% see No. 1438, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Special Agent for the Kickapoo Indians, and in other 
Government employments, since 18 — •. Residence, San Antonio, Tex. 

1439 . . . (Born Va.).. THORNTON A. "WASHINGTON. . (Ap'd Va.) . . 33 
For previous history, see No. 1439, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Civil Engineer, since 18 — . 

1440. . . .(Born Ten.) JOHN "W. FRAZER (Ap'd Mis.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 1440, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1441. . . .(Born Ga.) ALFRED CUMMING (Ap'd Ga.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1441, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, near Rome, Ga., since 18 — . 



1442. . . .(Bom Pa.) . . THOMAS C. ENGLISH (Ap'd Pa.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1442, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-^-ed : as Member of Board for the Examination of 
Candidates for promotion in the Armj% Dec. 1, 1866, to Aug., 1867 ; in com- 
mand at Ft. Harker, Kan., of regiment, and of District of Upper Arkansas, to 
May 21, 1868,~at Ft. Riley, Kan., of District of Kansas, to May 3, 1869 ; in 

(Lieut. -CoLo?rEL, 2d Intantet, Mak. 15, 1869) 
gan-ison at Mobile, Ala., to Sep. 22, 1870,— Mt. Vemon Ala., to Dec, 1870,— 
Mobile, Ala., to Sep. 1873, (leave of absence Aug. 29, to Oct. 25, 1871),— and 
Mt. Vemon Ban-acks, Ala., to Aug. 13, 1874 ; as Member of Infantry Equip- 
ment Board, to Dec. 3, 1874 ; in garrison at Mt. Vernon Barracks, Ala., to 
Jan. 26, 1876 ; and on sick leave of absence, to June 10, 1876. 

Died, Jitxe 10, 1876, at Philadelphia, Pa. : Aged 48. 



1443 . (Born Mo.) . .JOSEPH H. McARTHTTR (Ap'd Mo.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1443, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served on General Recruiting Service, May 5, 1866, 
to May 10, 1867 ; on Court Martial Duty, Nov. 1-22, 1867. 

Retibed feom Active Sebvice, Nov, 2, 1863. 



204 GRADTJATES OF THE 



NtTMBEE. 1S49. Class Eank. 

1444. . . .(BornEng.) JAMES P. ROY (Ap'd Va.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1444, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Acting Insjiector-General of the Second 
Military District (North and South Carolina), Mar. 11, 1867, to Mar. 19, 
1868 ; lender orders and on leave of absence to May 12, 1868; on frontier duty 
at Ft. Arbuckle, I. T., to Oct., 1869,— Ft. Scott, Kan., to Apr. 26, 1870,— 
Little Rock, Ark., to Feb. 13, 1871,— Ft. Gibson, I. T., to July 17, 1871 (leave 
of absence to Sep. 24, 1871),— Ft. Lamed, Kan., to May 3,' 1872,— and Ft. 
Stevenson, Dak., to Jan. 14, 1873 ; in command of Recruiting Depot and Ft. 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 15th Infantry, June 8, 1876.) 
Columbus, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1873, to Oct., 1874 : and on leave of absence Oct. 24, 
1874. 

Died, Oct. 24, 1874, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 46. 



1445 . . (Born N. Y. ) . . CHARLES B. ALVORD (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 39 

For previous history, see No. 1445, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1860, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 34. 



1446. ...(Born N. Y. ).... DARIUS D. CLARK (Ap'd N. Y.)..40 

For previous history, see No. 1446, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Dec. 2, 1859, at Ft. Yuma, Cal. : Aged 32. 



1447. . . .(Born Va.). , . .LOUIS H MARSHALL (Ap'd at Large). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1447, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History —Served : in command of Ft. A^ancouver, Wash., Jan. 1, 
to Apr., 1867,— and at Ft. Dalles, Or., Apr., 1867 ; Member of Court of 
Inquiry and Court Martial, to Sep., 1867 ; awaiting orders to Dec. 3, 1867 ; 
on leave of absence to Jan., 1868 ; and awaiting orders to Nov. 23, 1868. 
Resigned, Nov. 23, 1868. 

Civil History.— Farmer. Sim Barnardino County, Cal.. since 1868. P. O., 
Cocomargo, Cal. 



1448 .... (Born Va.) . . .SAMUEL H. REYNOLDS (Ap'd Va.) . . 42 

For previous history, see No. 1448, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1867, at Columbia, Ten. : Aged 40. 



1449 . . . (Born Fla. ) JAMES McINTOSH (Ap'd at Large) . . 43 

For previous history, see No. 1449, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates.. 
Killed, Mail 7, 1862, in the Battle of Pea Ridge, Ark. : Aged 34. 



F. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 206 



NiTMBEB. 1850. Class Rank. 



CLASS OF 185 0. 

1450. . . (Born Italy.). .FREDERICK E. PRIME (Ap'd N. Y.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1450, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of Fort on Ship 
Island, Mis., and of the Defenses of Pensacola and Mobile Harbors, Sep., 1867, 
to May, 1869,— of Eighth Lighthouse District, east of Pearl River, Sep., 1868, 
to May, 1869, and west of Pearl River, Dec, 1868, to Apr., 1869,— of Defenses 
of New Orleans, La., Improvement of Mouth of Mississippi, and Survey of 
Galveston Harbor, Tex, Nov., 1868, to Apr., 1869, — and of the Defenses of 
Provincetown Harbor, Mas., Feb. 4, 1870, to Sep. 5, 1871. 

Retieed from Active Service, Sep. 5, 1871, foe Disability 

CONTEACTED IN THE LiNE OP DuTY. 



1453 ..(BomN. Y. ) . GOUVERNEUR K. WARREN . . . . (Ap'd N. Y.) .2 

For previous history, see No. 1451, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Sui^erintending Engineer of Surveys and 
Improvements of the Upper Mississippi and its Tributaries, July 31, 1866, 
to May 31, 1870,— of Survey of the Battle-held of Gettysburg, Pa., 1868-69, 
and of Battle-tield of Manassas, Sep., 1878, — of Rock Island Bridge across 
the Mississippi, July, 1869, to May 31, 1870, — of Surveys and Improvements 
of various Rivers and Harbors, in Southeast Massachusetts, Rhode Island, 
Connecticut and Long Island, N. Y'., since July 1, 1870, — of the Defenses of 
New Bedford, Mas., of Western Entrance to Narragansett Bay, and of New- 
port Harbor, R. I., since July 1, 1870, and of New London, and New Haven, 
Ct., July 1, 1870, to July 1, 1874,— of Construction of Block Island Break- 
water, R. I., since July, 1870 ; as Member of Commission to examine Union 
Paciiic Railroad and Telegraphic Lines, 1868-69, — of Board on Bridge across 
Niagara River, at Buffalo, N. Y., Sep., 1870, to Feb. 7, 1871,— on Bridging 
the Ohio River, Oct., 1870, to Apr. 19, 1871, — on plan for Docks constructed 
for Breakwater at Chicago Hartaor, 111., Aug., 1871, — on the completion of 
Cincinnati and Newport Bridge over the Ohio, Aug., 1871, — on the Harbors 
of St. Louis, Mo., and Alton, 111., and Banks of the Mississippi, Feb. 19, 
to Apr. 13, 1872, — on Bridging the Channel between Lake Huron and Lake 
Erie, Dec, 1873, — on Shi^i Canal from the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico, 
July 30, 1873, to Jan. 4, 1874, — to examine the St. Louis Bridge across the 
Mississippi, Sep. 2-12, 1873, — on the Reclamation of the Alluvial Basin of 
the Mississippi, July, 1874, to Jan. 18, 1875, — to consider proposed Railroad 
from Austin, Tex., to Topolorampo, on the West Coast of Mexico, Feb., 
1865, — on use of Shear-booms for bridge piers in the Mississippi, Aug., 
1876, to Feb. 2, 1877,— on Mississippi Bridges between St. Paul, Minn., and 
St. Louis, Mo., Oct., 1876, — to consider plan and location of Bridge across 
the Ohio, prepared by the Commonwealth Bridge Company, Oct., 1877, — on 
pier and abutment of Bridge at Ft. Snelling, Min., and on the Improvement 
of the Mississippi River, from the Falls of St. Anthony to Rock Island 
Rapids, July, 1878, — and on Ohio River Bridges, Oct., 1878; and as Mem- 
ber of Advisory Council of the Harbor Commissioners of the State of Rhode 
Island, since Oct., 1878. 



1452. . . .(Born Pa.) SILAS CRISPIN (Ap'd Pa.). .3 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1452, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in charge of New Y''ork Ordnance Agency, 
Jan. 1, 1862 to ; in command of New York Arsenal, Apr. 10,. 1871, to 



206 GEADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1850. Class Rank. 

June 10, 1876 ; in charge of all obsolete and conilemmed ordnance stores in 
U. S. Arsenals and Forts, Apr. 9, 1873, to : as Constructor of Ordnance 

June 22, 1875, to : and as Member of Board to examine Ordnance Ofi&cers 

for Promotion, Nov. 1865, Jime 26-Ang. 21, 1874, Mar. -Apr., 1876, and May 20- 
June 18, 1878 — to select sites for Powder Depots, Oct., 1866, — on Sea-Coast 
Cannon, Carriages, Projectiles, etc., Dec. 12, 1867, to Jan. 4, 1868, — to select 
place in or near New York for storage of army property, Jiily, 1868, — to con- 
sider proctocol of the International Military Commission, relative to the use 
of certain projectiles in war, and also to report on Perrine's Shell, Jan. 25, 
to Feb. 3, 1869, — on the Improvements for moving and manoeuvring heavy 
guns, Jan., 1870, — for the purchase of certain 15-inch Eodman guns, 
June 23-30, 1871, — to test Capt. King's Depressing Gun Carriage, Aug., 1871, 
— to test Chassis for 15-inch Eodman Gun Carriage, Jan., 1872, — to consider 
alterations of Sea-Coast Gun Carriages, Apr. 26, to May 4, 1872, — on Colonel 
Benton's plan for manoeuvring heavy gims and sheltering the gunners, 
June 15-22, 1872, — to perfect details for construction of experimental guns, 
Sep. 24, to Oct. 4, 1872, — to examine into the Manufacture of Ordnance and 
Ordnance Stores in the Coiintries of Euroije, May 22, to Oct. 16, 1873, — on 
Arsenals of Construction, Nov. 12, 1873, to June 19, 1874, — of an Ordnance 
Board at New York, Aiig. 20, to Sep. 3, 1874, — of Board on Experimental 
Guns, Oct. 10, 1874, — and upon Eastern Arsenals with a view to consolidate 

(Lieut. -Colonel, Oednance, Apk. 14, 1875) 
Ordnance work, May 22, to June 28, 1876 ; and President of the Ordnance 
Board (formerly Board on Experimental Guns), June 27, 1876 to 



1453. . . .(Born Me.) CUVIER GROVER (Ap'd Me.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1453, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., May, 
1867 ; in command of regiment en route to, and at Ft. Craig, N. M., Oct., 
1867, to Feb., 1868 ; on Court Martial duty. Feb.-Mar., 1868 ; on leave of 
absence Mar. 28, to Mav 28, 1868 ; in comiiiand of Ft. Selden, N. M., July- 
Aug., 1868,— and of regiment and Ft. Craig, N. M., Sep. 3, 1868, to July 19, 
1869 ; as Acting Assistant Inspector-General of Fifth Military District, Jiily, 

(Unassigned Mae. 15, 1869) 
1869, to June 1, 1870 ; on leave of absence, June-Dec, 1870 ; as Superin- 
tendent of General Mounted Eecniiting Service, Dec, 1870, to Jan. 10, 
(Assigned to 3b Cavalky, Dec. 15, 1870) 

1871 ; in command of regiment at Camp Verde, Ara., Feb. -Dec, 1871 ; en 
route to Department of the Platte to Feb. 27, 1872 ; in command of detach- 
ment of regiment at Ft. D. A. Eussell, Wy., Mar. 30, to Oct. 7, 1872 ; on 
leave of absence, Oct. 7, to Dec 28, 1872 ; in command of Ft. Fetterman, 
Wy., Dec. 28, 1872, to Oct. 21, 1873 ; on Court IMartial to Nov. 4, 1873 ; on 
leave of absence, Nov. 4, 1873, to Se^j. 16, 1874 ; as Acting Assistant Inspec- 
tor-General of the Department of the Platte, Sep. 22, 1874, to Mar. 7, 1876 : 
on leave of absence. Mar. 7, to Oct. 15, 1876 ; in command of regiment and 

(Colonel, 1st Cavaley, Dec. 28, 1875) 
Ft. Vancouver, Wash., Nov. 18, 1876, to Jan., 1877,— -and Ft. Walla Walla, 
Wash., Jan., 1877, to July 15, 1878 (Scouting, June 7, to July 2, 1878): and 
as Superintendent of Mounted Eecruiting Service, Oct. 1, 1878, to 



1454 .... (Born Mas.) . . .POWELL T. WYMAN (Apd Mas.) . . 5 

For previous history, see No. 1454, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Killed, June 30, 1862, in the Battle of Glendale, Va. : Aged 34. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 207 



Number. 1850. Class Rank. 



1455 . . (Bom Mas. ) . . . JOSEPH H. WHEELOCK ( Ap'd Mas. ) . . 6 

For previous history, see No. 1455, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1862, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 33. 



1456 .... (Born Ky. ) JACOB CULBERTSON ( Apd Ky. ) . . 7 

For previous history, see No. lioG, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no cei'tain information having been received. 



1457. . .(Born N. H.) OSCAR A. MACK (Ap'd N. H.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 14:57, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Secretary and Treasurer of the " Soldiers' 
Home," near Washington, D. C, Jan. 20, 1864, to Nov. 30, 1867; joining 
regiment and on leave of ahsence to Nov., 1868 ; in command of Camp 
Gaston. Cal.. and the District of Humboldt, Dec. 19. 1868, to May 14. 1869 ; 

(Unassigned, M.\e. 15, 1869) 
on duty in War Department, June, 1869, to Sep. 6, 1876, being engaged in 

(Assigned to 1st Intantky, Dec. 15, 1870) 
various tours of inspection to National Cemeteries, etc., Oct. -Dec, 1870, 
Jan.-Mar., 1871. May, 1871, July-Sep., 1872, Jan.-Feb., 1873, July-Sep., 1873, 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 21st InE.\ntry, Dec. 15, 1874) 
Apr., 1874, Aug., 1874, Sep. -Oct., 1874, Apr., 1875, and Jan., 1876 : and on 
special duty to Santa iFe, N. M., Sep. -Oct., 1876, returning from which he 
Died, Oct. 22, 1876, at Brunswick, Mo. : Aged 49. 



1458. . . .(Born Pa.) HUGH E. DUNGAN (Ap'd Pa.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1458, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 11, 1853, at Ft. Bro-svn, Tex. : Aged 27. 



1459. . . .(Bom Ky.) ACHILLES BO"WEN (Ap'd Ten.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 1459, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Mauiy County, Ten.. 1854, to 1861, and since 
1862. P. O., Columbia, Ten. 

1460 . (Born Md.). .WILLIAM T. MAGRUDER (Ap'd Md.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1460, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 3, 1863, in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. : Aged 37. 



1461. . . (Born Pa.) ADAM J. SLEMMER (Ap'd Pa.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1461, Vol. H, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : iis Member of Board for Examination of 
Candidates for Promotion in the Army, Oct. 1, 1866, to Oct., 1867 ; and on 
frontier duty at Ft. Laramie, Dak., Nov.' 17, 1867, to Oct. 7, 1868. 
Died, Oct. 7, 1868, .^t Ft. Laramie, Dak. : Aged 40. 



208 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1850. Class Rank. 



1462. . . .(Born R. I.). . RICHARD ARNOLD (Ap'd R. I.). 13 

For previous history, see No. 1462, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of battery at Little Rock, Ark., 
Feb. 25, 1867, to Mar. 2, 1869,— and of Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y., Apr. 15, 
1869. to Dec. 2, 1872 ; on sick leave of absence, Dec. 2, 1872, to Apr. 1, 1873 ; 

(Major, 5th Artilleey. May 1, 1875) 
in command of battery and Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y., Apr. 1, 1873, to 
May 24, 1875,— of Ft. Independence, Mas., May 29, to Nov. 30, 1875,— of 
Key West, Fla., Dec. 10, 1875, to May 13, 1876,— of Ft. Brooke, Fla., May 15, 
to Dec. 27, 1876,— and of Key West, Fla., Dec. 30, 1876, to Feb. 10, 1877 ; 
as Acting Assistant Insj^ector-General, Division of the Atlantic, Feb. 26, to 
Dec. 5, 1877,— and of the Department of the East, Dec. 5, 1877, to 

1463 (Born Ga.). ..JAMES P. FLEWELLEN (Ap'd Ga.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1463, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1464 .... (Born Ten. ) . . . LUCIUS M. WALKER. . . . (Ap'd at Large) . . 15 
For previous history, see No. 1464, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 19, 1863, at Little Rock, Ark. : Aged 34. 



1465 . . .(Born N. C). . . .JOHN A. MEBANE (Ap'd N. C). .16 

For previous history, see No. 1465, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 27, 1854, at Baton Rouge, La. : Aged 24. 



1466 . . (Born Va. ) . ARMISTEAD L. LONG (Ap'd Va. ) . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1466, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 20, 1864, in the Combat op Peach Tree Creek, Ga. : Aged 38. 



1467 . . .(Born N. C.) . ROBERT RANSOM (Ap'd N. C). 18 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1467, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Superintendent of the U. S. Harbor and River Improve- 
ments about Newberne, N. C, since 18 — . 

1468. . . .(Born N. Y.) EUGENE A. CARR (Apd N. Y.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1468, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: awaiting orders, Apr. 18, to Sep. 7, 18(!7 : as 
Acting Judge Advoc^ate of the Department of Washington, Sep. 7, 1867, to 
Mar. 31, 1868, and Acting Assistant Inspector-General and Discharge Officer 
to Sep. 24, 1868, being charged with the i)rotection of public buildings and 
property, Nov. 17-19, 1867 and Feb. 22-May 27, 1868 : in i-oiuiiiand of de- 
tachment of regiment on expedition against Cheyenne and Sioux Indians, 
Oct., 1868, to Jan., 18(19, being engaged in the Fight on Beaver Creek, Kan., 
Get. 18, 1868, and Action of Solomon River, Oct. 25, 1868 : on frontier duty 
at Ft. Lyon, Col., and in the field against hostile Indians on the Beaver and 
SpringCreek, Jan.-May, 1869, being engaged in the Combats of May 13 and 16, 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 209 



Number. 1850. Class Bane. 



18H9 ; ill comuiiuid of Expedition to Repiiblican Biver, June 9, to July 30, 
1869, being engaged in the Combat of Summit Springs, Col., July 11, 1869 ; 
ou leave of absence, July 30, to Nov. 26, 1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. 
Mc'Pbersoii, Neb.. Nov., 1869, to Nov., 1871, being in command of Expedi- 
tion to Republican River, Oct. "iO-Nov. 7, 1870 : in command of regiment 
and Camp McDowell, Ara., Jan., 1872, to Feb. 28, 1873,— and Camp Lowell, 
(Lieut. -Colonel, 4th Cavalry, Jan. 7, 1873) 
(Transferred to 5th Cavalry, Apr. 10, 1873) 
Ara., Mar. 1873, to Apr. 9, 1874 ; as Member of Board, at Los Angelos, Cal., 
for the jjurchase of horses, Apr. -June, 1874 ; on sick leave of absence in 
Euroiie, June 3, 1874, to June 30, 1875 ; on Court Martial at Ft Lyon, Col., 
to Aug. 9, 1875 ; in command of regiment iind Ft. Hays, Kan., to June 5, 
1876, — on Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition to Oct. 24, 1876, being en- 
gaged in the Combat of Slim Buttes, Sep. 9-10, 1876, and commanding Dis- 
trict of Black Hills, June 19-30, 1876,— and of Ft. McPherson, Neb., Nov. 7, 
1876, to , being detached to Omaha and Chicago, July, 1877, pending 

Railroad riots. 



1469. . . (Born 111.). . ..WILLIAM P. CARLIW (Ap'd 111.). .20 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1469, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Commissioner of the Freed- 
men's Bureau, in the State of Tennessee, Feb. 18, 1867, to Oct. 8, 1868 ; in 
command at Holly Springs, Mis., Nov. 16, 1868, to Apr., 1869, — atVicks- 

(Transferred to 16th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 

burg. Mis., Apr. 8, 1869, to June, 1870,— at Nashville, Ten., to Jan. 9, 1871, 

—of the U. S. Troops in South Carolina, Nov. 15, to Dec. 14, 1870,— at 

Louisville, Ky., Jan. 20, to Dec. 30, 1871, — and at Jackson, Mis., Dec. 31, 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 17th Infantry, Jan. 1, 1872) 

1871, to July 17, 1872 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Rice, Dak.. Aug. 29, to 
Oct. 10, 1872,— Ft. McKean, Dak., Oct. 11, 1872, to Jan., 1873,— and Ft. 
Lincoln, Dak., Sep., 1874, and Nov. 15, 1874, to July, 1875 ; in command of 
Ft. Wadsworth, Dak., July 27, to Oct. 6, 1875 ; as Member of Retiring 
Board, at Washington, D. C, Oct. 11, 1875, to Aug. 4, 1876 ; and in com- 
mand of regiment and post of Standing Rock Agency, Dak., Aug. 15, 1876, 
to Aug. 8, 1878 (on leave of absence, Mar. 21, to May 5, 1877, and Aug. 8, 1878, 
to 

1470. . . .(Born Vt.) AMOS BECKWITH (Ap'd Vt.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1470, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved : as Chief Commissary, Department of the Gulf, 
Oct. 18, 1866, — and of Fifth Military District, (Louisiana and Texas), Apr. 18, 
1867, to Aug., 1868, — and of the Department of Louisiana, to May, 1870 ; as 
Depot Commissary at New Orleans, La., to Mar., 1874 ; as Chief of Commis- 
sariat, Department of the Gulf, Nov. 28, 1871, to Mar. 28, 1874 ; as Assistant 
to the Commissary General of Subsistence at Washington, D. C, to May 22, 
(Lieut. -Colonel Staff — Asslst.\nt Commissary-General 
OF Subsistence, June 23, 1874) 
1875 ; asDejiot Commissary at St. Louis, Mo., June 7, 1875, to 



1471. . (Born Md.). . . CHARLES S. WINDER (Ap"d Md.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1471, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Aug. 9, 1862, in the Battle of Cedar Mountain : Aged 33. 
14 



210 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1850. Class Bank. 

1472. . . .(Bom Md.) FRANCIS H. BATES (Ap'd Mas.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1472, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Acting Assistant Prevost-Marshal General, 
Superintendent of Volunteer Recruiting Service, and Chief Mustei'ing and 
Disbursing Officer, for the State of Missouri, Mar. 30, 1866, to June 4, 1869,— 
and Commissary of Musters for the Department of Missouri, Oct. 19, 1866, to 
June 4, 1869. 

Retibed feom Active Sebvice, Oct. 19, 1863. 



1473. . . .(Born N. Y.). ..JONAS P. HOLLIDAY (Ap'd N. Y.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1473, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apk. 5, 1862, near Steasbukg, Va. : Aged 35. 



1474. . . (Bom N. Y.)..ELISHA G. MARSHALL (Ap'd N. Y.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1474, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: before Retiring Board, and awaiting orders. 
Mar. 26, to Sep. 11, 1867 ; on Court Martial duty. Department of the South, 
(Retired from Active Service, Sep. 11, 1867, as Colonel, foe 
Disability feom Wounds becefved in Battle) 
June 3, 1868, to Jan. 22, 1869. 



1475. . . .(Born Ky.). ..N. BARTLETT PEARCE (Ap'd Ky.) .26 

For previous history, see No. 1475, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1476. . . .(Born S. C). . ."WILLIAM R. CALHOUN. . (Ap'd at Large) . . 27 
For previous history, see No. 1476, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep., 1862, at Chableston, S. C. : Aged 35. 



1477. . . .(Bom Va.) ROBERT JOHNSTON (Ap'd Va.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1477, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics, De Veaux College, near Niagara 
Falls, N. Y., 1868-69. Residence, Geneva, N. Y. 



1478. . . .(Born Pa.) THOMAS BINGHAM (Ap'd Pa.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1478, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — ^Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, 1872, in Texas : Aged 44. 



1479. . . (Born Mas.) . AUSTIN N. COLCORD (Ap'd Pa.). ,30 

For previous history, see No. 1479, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.- Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



MILITAKY ACADEMY. 211 



Number. 18o0. Class Rank. 



1480. . . .(Born Pa.) ROBERT MACFEELY (Apd Pa.). .31 

For previous bistorj^ see No. 1480, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief Commissary of the Department of the 

Lakes, and Depot and Piirchasing Commissary, at Detroit, Mich., Sep. 28, 

1866, to June 30, 1867, and at Chicago, 111., to May, 1875 ; and in charge of 

(Bkig.-Gen'eeal Staff — Commissaey-General of Subsistence, 

U. S. Army, Apr. U. 1875) 

the Comuiissarv Bureau at Washington, D. C, since Mav 10, 1875. 



1481. . . .(Born Me.) JOHN W. ALLEY (Apd Me.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1481, Vol. II, of Register of (graduates. 
Civil History. — Mining in Colorado Territory, since 1863. 



1482 .... (Bom Va. ) WILLIAM L. CABELL (Ap'd Va. ) . 33 

For previous history, see No. 14:82, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1483 .... (Born Ten. ) .. . .JAMES H. "WILSON (Ap'd Ten. ) . . 34 

For previous history, see No. 1483, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1484 (Born Md.). HENRY C. BANKHEAD. . ..(Ap'd at Large). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1484, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty, conducting recruits to Ft. 
Union, N. M.. June 4, to Aug. 10, 1866,— at Ft."Union, N. M., Aug. 10, 1866, 
to Jiily 18, 1867, being in command at Maxwell's Ranche during Ute Indian 
disturbances, Oct 5-21, 1866 : in command of regiment, June 15, to Oct. 4, 
1867,— on march to Smoky Hill River, Kan., July 18, to Aug. 18, 1867,— and 
of Ft. Wallace, Kan.. Aug. 19, 1867, to Mar. 10. 1868 : on leave of absence, 
Mar. 10, to June 30, 1868 : in command of Ft. Wallace, Kan., July 1, 1868, 
to May 1, 1869, being while on a scout on the head-waters of the Republican, 
engaged in a Skirmish, Sep. 24, 1868, on Thickwood Creek, Kan. ; on Court 
Martial duty at Ft. Harker, Kan., June 8, to Aug. 7, 1869, and at Santa 
(Byt:. Brig. -General, U. S. Army, Oct. 1, 1868, for Prompt, Energetic 
AND Meritorious Services, in the Relief of Colonel Forsyth's 
Beleaguered Party on the Republican) 
Fe, N. M., Sep. 6, to Nov. 21, 1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Wallace, Kan., 
Nov. 24, 1869, to Apr. 19, 1870 (in command Jan. 27, to Apr. 7, 1870) ; as 
Member of Court of Inquiry in Kansas, Apr. 20, to Sep. 15, 1870 ; on frontier 

(Transferred to 8th Cavalry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
duty at Ft. Garland, CoL, Mar. 10, to May 25, and in command May 25, to 
July 27, 1871,— Ft. Union, N. M., Aug. 1-26, 1871,— Ft. Garland, N. M., (in 
command) Sep. 1-17, 1871,— Ft. Union, N. M., Sep. 21, to Nov. 30, 1871,— 
Ft. Garland, N. M., (in command) Dec. 15, 1871, to Apr. 16, 1872,— on march 
from Ft. Union., N. M., to camp near Ft. Bascom, N. M., commanding 
battalion June 10-16, 1872, — Camp near Ft. Bascom and Scouting, June 16, 
to Oct. 20, 1872, — Expedition across the Llano Estacado, Aug. 7, to Sep. 14, 
1872, being engaged in a Skii-mish, Aug. 16, 1872, — and commanding battalion. 



212 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1850. Class Kank. 



Sep. 23, to Oct. 30, 1872 ; on Court Martial duty at Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. 31, 
to Dec. 16, 1872, and at Ft. Union, N. M., Dec. 17-25, 1872 ; on sick leave of 

(Majok, Ith Cavalry, Jan. 15, 1873) 
absence and awaiting orders, Dec. 25, 1872, to Mar. 29, 1873 ; on frontier 
duty at Ft. Clark, Tex., Apr. 26, to Sep. 5, 1874, being detached on various 
Courts Martial ; on leave of absence, Sep. 5, to Nov. 25, 1874 ; as Member of 
Examining Board, at Washington, D. C, Nov. 27, to Dec. 11, 1874, and of 
Ketiring Board, at New York City, to Mar. 2, 1875 ; on frontier duty at San 
Antonio, Tex., Mar. 15, to Apr. 8, 1875,— Ft. Concho, Tex., Apr. 10-17, 1875, 
—March to the Sweetwater, Tex., to June 11, 1875,— Ft. Elliott, Tex., (m 
command) and Scouting to June 13, 1876 ; undergoing trial and sentence of 
suspension to Feb. 15, 1877 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Sill, I. T., Feb. 15, to 
July 15, 1877 ; on leave of absence, July 15, 1877, to Jan. 15, 1878 ; on frontier 
duty at Ft. Clark, Tex., Feb. 2, to Nov. 12, 1878, (in arrest July 6^ to Nov., 
1878) ; and suspended from rank and command, since Nov. 12, 1878, to 



1485 .... (Born Me. ) ALDEN SARGENT ( Ap'd Me. ) . . 36 

For previous history, see No. 1485, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



1486. . . . (Born Va.) ROBERT G. COLE (Ap'd at Large) . .37 

For previous history, see No. 1486, Vol. EL, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Planter in Florida, since 18 — . 



1487. . . .(Born La.). . .JOHN J. A. A. MOUTON (Ap'd La.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1487, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Ape. 8, 1864, in the Combat of Mansfield, La. : Aged 35. 



1488. . . .(Born R. L) JOSEPH T. HAILE (Ap'd La.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1488, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, July 31, 1853, at Thompson, Ct. : Aged 23. 



1489. . , .(Born S. C.).. . . JAMES L. CORLEY (Ap'd S. C). .40 

For previous history, see No. 1489, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — -Unknown, no certain infonnation having been received. 

1490. . . .(Born N. J.) . . . .ZETUS S. SEARLE (Ap'd N. Y.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1490, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. ^ — Professor of Mathematics, etc., Peekskill Military 
Academy, N. Y., 1867-68 ; and SuiJerintendent of the "New York Scientific 
School," Peekskill, N. Y., 1868-76. 

Died, Apb. 2, 1876, at Peekskill, N. Y. : Aged 48. 



1491. . . .(Born Ga.). . J. EDWARD MAXWELL (Ap'd Ga.). .42 

For previous history, see No. 1491, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, JviiY 30, 1854, in Skirmish, neak Moko Rivee, N. M. : Aged 27. 



U. R. MILITARY ACADEMlT. 213" 



NuMBEB. 1850-51. Class Bank. 

1492. . .(Born N. Y. ). FREDERICK M. FOLLETT (Ap'd N. Y.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 1492, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in garrison, at Ft. Washington, Md., Oct. 27, 
1866, to June 22, 1867; in arrest and before Retiring Board, to Aug. 1, 1867 ; 
* * * * and ift garrison at Ft. McHenry, Md., to Mar. 4, 1869. 
Died, Apr. 9, 1869, at Ft. McHenet, Md. : Aged 41. 



1493 .... (Born Turkey) . . DONALD C. STITH (Ap'd Md.) . . 44 

For previous history, see No. 1493, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, 18 — , in Texas. 



CLASS OF 1851 



1494. . . . (Born Mas.) . . GEORGE L. ANDREWS (Ap'd Mas.) . . 1 

For previous history, see No. 1494, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — U. S. Marshal for the State of Massachusetts, Apr. 8, 
1867, to Feb. 28, 1871. 

Military History. — Professor of French, U. S. Military Academy, since 
(Professor of French, U. S. MiLrrAEY Academy, Feb. 28, 1871.) 
Feb. 28, 1871. 

1495. . . .(Born Pa.). . .JAMES ST. C. MORTON (Ap'd Pa.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1495, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, June 17, 1864, in the Assault of Petersburg, Va. : Aged 35. 



1496. . . (Bom Me.) GEORGE T. BALCH (Ap'd 0.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1496, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Paper Boat Builder, Troy, N. Y., 1868-72. Employed by 
Erie Railroad Company in various capacities, 1872-78. Author of a "Gen- 
eral Classification of Railway Realities, Rights and Plant," 1875 ; and of 
"Railway Rights, Realities and Personalities," 1877. Residence, Troy, 
N. Y. 

1497 .... (Born Ten. ) . . WILLIAM T. WELCKER (Ap'd Ten. ) . . 4 

For previous history, see No. 1497, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law in Idaho, 1866-67. Mining in British 
Columbia, 1867. Agent, at Victoria, B. C, of California, Oregon, and Mexico 
Steamship Company, 1867-69. Professor of Mathematics, University of Cal- 
ifornia, Berkeley, Cal., since 1869, and Chief of Military Instruction, 1871-77i 
Author of "Welcker's Military Lessons." 



214 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1851. Class Bank. 



1498. . . .(Bom Pa.). . . .ALEXANDER PIPER (Ap'd Pa.) .5 

For previous history, see No. 1498, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Principal Assistant Instructor of Artillery 
Tactics at the Military Academy, July 24, 1865, to Aug. 28, 1872 ; on leave of 
absence in Euro lie, Aug. 26, 18*72, to Nov. 30, 1873 ; in command of company 

(Major, 4th Aetilleky, Dec. 20, 1875) 
at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., to June 24, 1876 ; on leave of absence, June-Sep., 
1876 ; and at the Militarv Aeademv, as Principal Instructor of Artillerv 
Tactics, Sep. 5, 1876, to " ' 



1499. (Born N. Y.). . . .JAMES THOMPSON (Ap'd N. Y.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1499, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on Recruiting Service, Jan. 27, 1866, to Jan. 1, 
1868 ; on leave of absence, Jan. 12, Apr. 24, 1868 ; as Siiperintendent of Ed- 
ucation, Freedmen's Bureau at Nashville, Ten., May 7, 1868, to Apr. 30, 1869 ; 
Retired from Active SEEAacE, May 6, 1869, foe Dis.ability 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 

as Professor of Military Science, at Indiana State University, Dec. 14, 1869, 
to Feb. 21, 1870, and Nov., 1873. to Aug. 1, 1876. 



1500. . . (Born Mas.) CALEB HUSE (Ap'd Mas.), .7 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1500, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1501 .... (Born Ky. ) KENNER GARRARD (Apd at Large) . . 8 

For previous history, see No. 1501, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, Cincinnati, O. 



1502. . . .(Born Ky.) BEN HARDIN HELM (Ap'dKy.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1502, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 21, 1863, of Wounds received .\t CHiCKAMAiTfJA, Ga. : Aged 33. 

1503. . . (Born Va.) BD"WARD H. DAY (Ap'd Ten.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 1503, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Jan. 2, 1860. .^t Richmond, Va. : Aged 30. 



1504. . , (Born Ten.) ALVAN C. GILLEM (Ap'd Ten.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1504, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of District of Mississippi, 
Jan. 11, to Apr. 6, 1867,— of Sub-District of Mi.ssissippi, to June 9, 1868,— 
and of Fourth Military District and Sub-District of Mississippi to Mar. 16, 

(Transferred to Uth Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
1869 ; on frontier duty at Galvestxm, Tex., to June, 1870,— and at Ft. Con- 
cho, Tex., to Jan., 1871 ; on leave of absence to May 15, 1871 ; in garrison at 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 215 



Ntjmbeb. 1851. Class Rank. 

Benicia Barracks, Cal., to Jan. 26, 1873 ; in command of troops in the Modoc 
Camjjaign to May 21, 1873, being engaged in the Attack on the Lava 
Beds, Cal., Apr. 15-17, 1873 ; in garrison at Benicia Barracks, Cal., to 
Jan., 1875 ; and on sick leave of absence to Dec. 2, 1875. 

Died, Dec. 2, 1875, neae Nashville, Ten. : Aged 45. 



1505. . . . (Born N. Y.) DeWITT N. ROOT (Ap'd N. Y.). .12 

For previoiis history, see No. 1505, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 4, 1851, at Mohawk, N. Y.: Aged 20. 



1506. . . . (Born Ct. ) . . . ALEXANDER J. PERRY (Ap'd Ct.) . . 13 

For previous history, see No. 1506, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in charge of the Bureau of Clothing and 
Equipage, in the Quartermaster-General's Office, Washington. D. C, Sep. 1, 
1861, to Apr. 1, 1870 ; as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of the 
Platte, Apr., 1870, to Nov. 1, 1875,— of the Department of Texas, Dec. 28, 

(Lieut.-Col. Staff — Dep.-Quaetekmastee-General, Mae. 3, 1875) 
1875, to Apr. 25, 1878,— of the Department of the East, May 7, 1878, to 
, — and of the Division of the Atlantic, Aug. 9, 1878, to 

Civil History. Lay Delegate, from Nebraska, to the General Conven- 
tion of the Protestant Episcopal Church, held at New York City, 1874. 



1507. . . .(Born Pa») ISAIAH N. MOORE (Ap'd Pa.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1507, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 16, 1862, at Ft. Ceaig, N. M. : Aged 35. 



1508. . . . (Born Me.) JOHN EDWARDS (Ap'd Me.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1508, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, Aug. 18, 1866, to 
Dec. 9, 1867 ; in garrison at Ft. Preble, Me., Jan. 14, 1868, to Feb. 1869, 
— and at Ft. Jefferson, Fla., to Feb. 4, 1870 ; and on leave of absence, 

(Unassigned Aug. 11, 1870) 
to Aug. 3, 1870. 

HONOEABLT DiSCHAEGED, AT HIS OWN REQUEST, NoV. 7, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1509. (Born N. Y). ALBERT J. S. MOLINARD (Ap'd N. Y). .16 

For previous history, see No. 1509, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Employed in the office of the Collector of Internal Rev« 
enue, at New Orleans, La., 1867, to 

Died, Sep. 14, 1872, at Lawrence, Kan. ; Aged 44. 



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Number. 1851. Class Bank. 



1510. . . . (Born Va.) . . .HENRY E. MAYNADIER . . (Apd at Large) . . 17 

For previous historj', see No. 1510, Vol. II, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Washington, D. C, Jan. 9, 
to July 6, 1867 ; in arrest to Jan. 7, 1868 ; in garrison at Darlington, S. C, 
to May, 1868,— Charleston, S. C, to Aug. 14, 1868.— and Savannah, Ga., to 
Dec. 3, 1868. 

Died, Dec. 3, 1868, at Savannah, Ga. : Aged 38. 



1511. . . .(Born O.) DAVID BELL (Ap'd la.) .18 

For previous history, see No. 1511, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 2, 1860, at Ft. Moneoe, Va. : Aged 34. 



1512. . . (Bom Va.) ROBERT WILLIAMS (Apd Va.). .19 

For previous historj', see No. 1512, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : as Assistant in the Adjiitant General's Oifice, 

(Lieut. -Colonel Staff — Assistant Adjutant General, Feb. 22, 1869) 
at Washington, D. C, 1862, to Apr. 1, 1870; on leave of absence, Apr. 1, 
1870, to Mar. 24, 1871 ; as Adjutant-General, Department of the Missouri, 
Mar. 24, 1871, to Jan. 10, 1876, being on temporary duty at Washington, D.C., 
May 2, to Sep. 2, 1874,— and of the Department of the Platte, Jan. 11, 
1876, to 

1513. . . . (Born Ind.) . . .JOHN MENDENHALL (Apd Ind.). .20 

For jDrevious histor,y, see No. 1513, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in garrison at Ft. Porter, N. Y., Apr. 4, to 
Aug., 1867,— and Ft.fVVashington, Md., Aug. 30, 1867, to July 30, 1868 ; as Act- 
ing Assistant Inspector-General at headqiiarters of the Division of the At- 
lantic, to Oct. 17, 1868 ; in garrison at Ft. Washington, Md., Oct. 31, to Dec, 
1868,— Ft. Wayne, Mich., Dec. 31, 1868, to Feb., 1870,— Ft. Johnston, N. C, 
Feb. 19,- 1870, to Oct. 3, 1872,— Point San Jose, Cal., Dec. 1, 1872, to June 3, 
1876,— and Sitka, Alas., June 15, 1876, to Mar. 5, 1877 ; on leave of absence, 

(Major, 1st Artillery, Jan. 10, 1877) 
Mar. 31, to June 1, 1877 ; in garrison at Ft. Warren, Mas., June 4, 1877, 
to , being detached July 26, to Oct. 24, 1H77. to Pittsburg and Read- 

ing, Pa., to suppress railroad riots. 



1514 ... (Born N. C. ) . . MARTIN P. PARKS, Jr ( Apd N. C. ) . . 21 

For previous history, see No. 1514, V0I..IL of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 5, 1852, near Ft. Atkinson. Kan., Aged 25. 

1515. (Born N. Y.). . HYATT C. RANSOM (Apd N. Y.). .22 

For previous liistorj^ see No. 1515, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the District of 
Texas, Oct. 30, 186(), to Mar. 29, 1867 ; as Depot Quartermaster at San Augus- 
tine, Fla., Apr. 15, to June 30, 1867 (leave of absence to Oct. 31, 1867),— and 
at Jeft'ersonville, Ind., N(n'. 1, 1867, to May 31, 1869 : as Disbursing Quarter- 
master, Feb. 1, lH(i8, and Chief (Quartermaster of the Departuient of the Cum- 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 217 



Number. 1851. Class Bank. 

berland, May 1, 1869, to June 1, 1870, being also in charge of the National 
Cemetery at Chattanooga, Ten., and investigating claims and the loyalty of 
claimants there and in East Tennessee ; on leave of absence, on special duty, 
and awaiting orders, June 27, to Dec. 7, 1870 ; as Assistant to the Chief 
Quartermaster of the Department of Dakota, Dec. 8, 1870, to Feb. 27, 1871 ; 
as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of Montana, and Post Quarter- 
master at Ft. Shaw, Mon., Mar. 17, 1871, to Aug. 9, 1872, — and of Department 
of Dakota, at St. Paul, Min., Aug. 31, 1872, to Apr. 30, 1873 ; as Chief Quar- 

(LiEUT.-CoL. Staff — Dep. Quaetekmastek-Genfieal, Junf; 6, 1872) 
termaster. Department of the Gulf, May, 29, to Aug. 30, 1873 ; in settling 
accounts Aug. 30, to Jan. 8, 1874 ; and on sick leave of absence, Feb. 24, to 
Mar. 16, 1874. 

Died, Mae. 16, 1874, at Jeffeesonville, Ind. : Aged 51. 



1516 (Born N. C). .ALEXANDER McRAE (Ap'd N. C). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1516, Vol. 11, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Killed, Feb. 21, 1862, in the Combat of Valveede, N. M. : Aged 32. 

1517. . . . (Born Ind.) . . . . CHARLES E. NORRIS (Ap'd Ind.) . . 24 

For previous history, see No. 1517, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on frontier duty at Ft. Casper, Dak., Sep. 30, 
1866, to Apr. 24, 1867 ; joining regiment and on leave of absence to Oct., 
1867 ; in garrison at Angel Island, Cal., to Nov., 1867 ; on frontier duty 
conducting recruits to Arizona to Jan., 1868, — Tubac, Ara., to Mar., 1868, — 
Camp Crittenden, Ara., to May 25, 1868, — Camp Lowell, Ara., to Sep., 1868 
(leave of absence to Oct. 7, 1868),— Drum Barracks, Cal., to Dec. 2, 1868,— 
Cam J) Crittenden, Ara., to Apr. 26, 1869, — commanding Sub-District of 
Tucson, Ara., May 9, to Sep., 1869 (leave of absence to Dec. 17, 1869),— and 
Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., to Feb. 10, 1869. 

Dismissed, Feb. 10, 1870. 

Civil History. — U. S. Collector of Internal Revenue for the Third Dis- 
trict in the State of Texas, 18—, to Oct. 31, 1875. 

Died, Oct. 31, 1875, at Austin, Tex. : Aged 48. 



1518. . . (Born D. C.) GURDEN CHAPIN (Ap'd Va.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1518, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Camp Goodwin, Ara., 
May 18, 1866, to Oct. 21, 1867 : on leave of absence to June 10, 1868 ; in 
conducting recruits to California to July 9, 1868 ; at Angel Island, Cal.. sick 
and awaiting decision of Retiring Board, to Jan. 27, 1869. 

Retieed feom Actfs'e See\'ice, Jan. 27, 1869, foe Disability 

conteacted in the Line of Duty. 

Died, Aug. 22. 1875, at Culpeppee, Va. : Aged 44. 



1519. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN C. KELTON (Ap'd Pa.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1519, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant in the Adjutant General's Office, 
in charge of the Appointment Bureau, at Washington, D. C, July 1, 1865, to 
July 26, 1870, — and Adjutant-General of the Division of the Pacific, Aug. 3, 
1870, to 



218 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEBv. 1851. Class Bank. 



1520. . (Bom N. Y.). "WILLIAM H. MORRIS (Ap'd at Large). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1520, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Civil Engineer, since 1864. Member of the Constitu- 
tional Convention of the State of New York, for Putnam County, 1866 ; 
Chief of Ordnance of the State of New York, with the rank of Brigadier- 
General, Jan. 1, 1869, to Oct. 26, 1870 ; and Inspector-General, Jan. 1, 1873, 
to Dec. 31, 1874. Inventor of "Automatic Ejecting Revolver," 1877. Resi- 
dence, New York City. 

1521, . . . (Born Me.) JAMES CURTISS (Ap'd 111.) . . 28 

For previous history, see No. 1521, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Mobile Harbor, Ala., Mar., 1866, 
to Apr., 1868,— Selma, Ala., Apr. 30, to Aug., 1868,— and at Jefferson, Tex., 
Aug. -Oct., 1868 ; as Acting Assistant Insi^ector-General, headquarters of 
Fifth Military District, Oct., 3, 1868, to Mar. 1, 1869 ; on frontier duty at 
Nacogdoches, Tex., Apr. 2, to May 13, 1869 ; before a Military Commission at 
Jefferson, Tex., May-July, 1869 ;'on frontier duty near Ft. Concho, Tex., to 

(Unassigned, Aug. 12, 1869) 
Aug. 21, 1869 ; as Acting Assistant Inspector-General of Fifth Militarj^ 
District, to Apr., 1870, — and of Department of Texas to Feb. 22, 1871 ; on 

(Assigned to 3d Calvary, Dec. 15, 1870) 
frontier duty at Camp Halleck, Nev., Feb. -May, 1871, — Camp McDowell, Ara., 
Aug.-Dec, 1871,— Ft. McPherson, Neb., Jan. 17, 1872, to Jan. 2, 1873,— and 

(Majoe, 10th Calvary, May 31, 1875) 
at St. Louis Depot, Mo., Jan. 6, to Sep. 16, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence, 
Sep. 16, 1873, to May 17, 1876. 

Retired fkom Actfs'e Service, May 17, 1876, foe Disability 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 

Died, Jan. 19, 1878, at Chicago, III. : Aged 46. 



1522 ... (Born Pa.) . . .ROBERT E. PATTERSON. . . (Ap'd at Large) . . 29 
For previous history, see No. 1522, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Cotton Commission Merchant, at Philadelphia, Pa., since 



1862. 



1523. . . . (Born Mas.) . THOMAS J. C. AMORY (Ap'd Mas.) . . 30 

For previous history, see No. 1523, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 8, 1864, at Beaufort, N. C. : Aged 36. 



1524 (Born N. Y.). . .."WILLIAM D. 'WHIPPLE (Ap d N. Y.) .31 

For previous history, see No. 1524, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Adjutant-General of the Department of 
the Cumberland, Mar. 16, 1867, to May 8, 1869,— and of the Division of the 
Pacific, May 24, 1869, to June 15, 1870 ; as Assistant in the Adjutant-Gen- 
eral's Office,' Washington, D. C, Aug. 16, 1870, to Jan. 1, 1873 ; as Aide-de- 

(Colonel Staff — An)E-DE-CAMP to the General-in-Chief, J.\n. 1, 1873) 
Camp and Assistant Adjutant-General to the General-in-Chief, at Washing- 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 219 



NtJMBEK. 1851. Class Eank. 

ton, D. C, Jan. 1, 1873, to Apr. 15, 1874, at St. Lonis, Mo., to Apr. 7, 187G, 
antl at Washington, D. C, to , 1878 ; and as Adjutant-General of 

(LiEUT.-CoL. Staff — Asst.-Ad.tutant General. Mak. 3, 1875) 
the Division of the Missouri, , 1878, to 



1525. . . .(Born Vt.) HENRY C. HODGES (Ap'd Vt.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1525, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Dejjot Quartermaster at Ft. Vancouver, 
"Wash., Dee. 12, ISliH, to May 2, 1868 ; as Chief Quartermaster of the De- 
partment of Columbia, May 19, to June 13, 1868 ; as Assistant to the Chief 
Quartermaster of the Department of California, Nov. 9, to Dec. 4, 1868, and 
Acting Chief Qiiartermaster, Dec. 5, 1868, to Apr. 13, 1869 ; as Quartermas- 
ter at the Philadelphia Depot, May 29, to July 17, 1869, and Chief Quarter- 
master of the Third District, Department of the East, Julv 17, 1869, to 
May 24, 1872 : as Quartermaster at Atlanta, Ga., July 15, 1872, to Sep. 30, 
1873 ; as Chief Quartermaster, Department of the Gulf, Oct. 8, 1873, to 
Feb. 10, 1875 (settling accounts at Washington, D. C, Sep. 7-30, 1874, and 
Jan. 26, to Apr. 3, 1875), — and of the Fourth Quarteiinaster's District, Divi- 
sion of the Atlantic, Apr. 11, to Oct. 13, 1875 ; as Assistant to the Quarter- 
master-General at Washington, D. C, Nov. 1, 1875, to 

(Lieut. -Col. Staff — Dep. Qu.-vetermastee-Geneeal, May 29, 1876) 



1526. . . .(Born N. C.) JUNIUS DANIEL (Ap'd at Large). .33 

For previous historj^ see No. 1526, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May, 1864, in the Battle of Spotsylvania, Va. : Aged 36. 



1527. . . .(Born D. C.) ROGER JONES (Ap'd at Large). .34 

For previous history, see No. 1527, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Acting Inspector-General of the Division 
of the Pacific, Dec. 18, 1876, to Feb. 9, 1866,— and of the Division of the 

(Lieut. -CoL. St.\ff — Asst.-Inspectoe-General, June 13, 1867) 
Atlantic, Mar. 10, to May 29, 1876; as Asst. -Inspector-General of the Division 
of the Atlantic, May 29, 1876, to Jan. 5, 1877, — and in the Inspector-General's 
Office, at Washingt"on, D. C, Jan. 15, 1877, to 



1528. . (Born N. Y.) ADOLPHUS F. BOND (Ap'd O.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1528, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Ape. 16, 1866, at Columbus, O. : Aged 39. 



1529 .... (Born Ala. ) MEL ANCTHON SMITH (Ap'd Ala. ) . . 36 

For previous history, see No. 1529, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Editor of , Pascagoula, Mis., 18 — ; and of 

, Mobile, Ala., since 18—. 



220 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1851. Class Bank. 

1530. . . .(Born La.). . EDWARD A. PALFREY (Ap'd La.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1530, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Secretary of the Factors' and Traders' Insurance Com- 
pany, New Orleans, La., 1868-78 ; and President, since 1878. 



1531. . . .(Born D. C.) JOHN T. SHAAPF (Ap'd D. C). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1531, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Engaged in Insurance Business, 18 — . 

Died, July 2, 1877, at New York City : Aged 47. 



1532 ... (Born Pa.) HENRY F. WITTER (Ap'd Pa.) . . 39 

For previous history, see No. 1532, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 9, 1856, at Grenada, Nicaeagua : Aged 29. 



Ni 1533 .... (Born Ky. ) . . . . JOSEPH G. TILFORD (Ap'd Ky. ) . . 40 

For previous history, see No. 1533, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates, 
Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Selden, N. M., Dec, 
(Majoe, 7th Cavalry, Nov. 14, 1867) 
1866, to July 8, 1868,— and in command of Ft. Reynolds, Col.. Aug. 26, to 
Oct., 1868 ; on leave of absence, Oct., 1868, to Apr. 14, 1869 : on frontier 
duty at Camp near Ft. Hays, Kan., July, 1869, — near Ft. Harker, Kan., to 
Feb., 1870,— Scouting to July, 1870, -near Ft. Hays, Kan., to Oct., 1870,— in 
command of Ft. Harker, Kan., Nov. 3, 1870, to Mar. 13, 1871 : in garrison 
at Chester, S. C, Mar. -May, 1871,— Mt. Vernon, Ky., to Oct., 1871,— Crab 
Orchard, Ky., to Dec, 1872,— and Jackson Barracks^ La., to Mar. 30, 1873 ; 
on frontier duty at Ft. Rice, Dak., June 10, 1873, to June, 1874, and Sep. 2, 
1874, to Oct. 25, 1875, except while on sick leave, June-Nov., 1873, and on 
Black Hills Expedition, June-Sep., 1874 ; on leave of absence, Oct. 25, 1875, 
to Oct. 29, 1876 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Rice, Dak., Oct. 29, 1876, to Apr. 19, 
1877,— and Ft. Lincoln, Dak., Apr. 21, 1878, May 25, 1878,— and with Battal- 
ion of regiment in the field and at Bear Buttes, Dak., July 25, to Nov. 29, 
1878. 



1534 . (Born N. Y.). , . JAMES B. GREENE (Ap'd N. Y.) .41 

For previous history, see No. 1534, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 24, 1861, at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y. : Aged 32. 



1535, . (Born N. C. ).. LAWRENCE S. BAKER (Ap'd N. C). .42 

For previo)is history, see No. 1535, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Farmer, near Suffolk, Va., 1866-78. Agent of the Sea- 
board and Roanoke Railroad, and Southern Express Company, and Man- 
ager of the Western Union Telegraph Company, at Suffolk, Va., since 1876. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 221 



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CLASS OF 185 2. 

1536. . . . (Bom N. Y.) .THOMAS LINCOLN CASEY. (Apd at Luige) . . 1 
Foi' previous history, see No. 1536, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military Histoi'y. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the construc- 
tion of Fts. Preble and Seammel, Portland Harbor, Me., Mar. 14, to Nov. 18, 
1867 ; as Assistant to the Chief of Engineers, since Nov. 18, 1867, (Insi^ection 
tours, Apr.-Oct., 1868); as Siiperintending Engineer in charg e of Public 

(Lieut. -Colonel, Corps of Engineers, Sep. 2, 1874) 
Buildings and Grounds, and certain Public Works in the District of Colum- 
bia including the Potomac Aqueduct, since Mar. 3, 1877, — of the construction 
of the Building for the State, War and Navy Departments, since Mar. 3, 1877, 
— and of the completion of the Washington National Monument, since June 25, 
1878 ; as Member of Board to examine the eftect on Portland Harbor, Me., 
of the works of a dry dock company, AjDr., 1868, — of Board to make contracts 
for Torpedo Cable, and to examine the systems of Torpedo Defense, adopted 
in Great Britain, Germany, Austria, and France, May 26, to Oct. 13, 1873, — 
and of Board to advise upon the Ventilation of the U. S. House of Repre- 
sentatives, since Mar., 1877. 



1537. . . .(Born Ten.).NE"WTON P. ALEXANDER (Apd Ten.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1537, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 10, 1858, at Biloxi, Mls. : Aged 29. 



1538 .... (Born Pa. ) . . . . GEORGE H. MENDELL (Apd Pa. ) . . 3 

For previous history, see No. 1538, Vol. IT, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer in charge of the 
Fortifications of Alcatraz Island and of Lime Point, San Francisco Harbor, 
Cal., since 1867, — of the Defenses at the mouth of the Columbia River. 
Feb., 1867, to Apr., 1871, — of Defenses at Fort Point, San Francisco, Cal., 
Mar.-Apr. 30, 1870, — of Breakwater, Wilmington Harbor, Cal., since Mar., 
1871, — of Examination and Survey at Estero Bay, and San Diego Harbor, 
June, 1872, to , — of the Removal of Rincon Rock, San Francisco 

Harbor, Cal., 1872-77, — of Improvement of Oakland Harbor, Cal., and of 
Sacramento and Feather Rivers, since July, 1874 ; as Member of the Board of 
Engineers for Fortifications on the Pacitic Coast, since Jan. 1, 1867, — of 
Commission upon a System of Irrigation in the San Joaquin, Tulare and 
Sacramento Valleys, 1873-74. — of Board on project for Harbor at San Antonio 
Creek, Cal., Mar.,' 1873, to Feb. 16, 1874,— and of Advisory Board of Com- 
missioners on the Harbor Lines of San Francisco, Cal., since 1874. 

Civil History. — Engineer to Water Commissioners of City of San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., 1876-78. Author of Report on Water Supplj^ for San Fran- 
cisco, 1877. 



1539. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . . GEORGE "W. ROSE (Ap'd N. Y.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1539, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Merchant, Detroit, Mich., 1856-70. 

Died, May 19, 1870, at Detroit, Mich. : Aged 39. 



222 GKADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEE. 1852. Class Kank. 

1540. . . .(Born N. Y.) JOSEPH C. IVES (Apd Ct.). .5 

For ijrevioiis history, see No. 15-10, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 12. 1868, at New Yokk City : Aged 40. 



1541. . . .(Born Ky.) JOHN W. TODD (Apd Ky.). .6 

For previous historj', see No. loll, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief of Ordnance of Fifth Military Dis- 
trict (Louisiana and Texas), May 2, to Aug., 1867, — and of the Department 
of Louisiana, Atig., 1867, to May 5, 1871 ; in command of Baton Rouge 
Arsenal, La., Aug., 1867, to May 5, 1871, (leave of absence, May 5, to Oct. 5, 
1871),— of Dearbornville Arsenal, Mich., Oct. 19, 1871, to Apr. 'l9, 1875,— of 
Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind., Nov. 1, 1875, to May 2, 1876, (leave of absence 
May 2, to July 1, 1876),— and of St. Louis Powder Depot, Mo., July 1, to 
Jan. 8, 1877,' and Apr. 11, 1877, to May 10, 1878, (sick leave of absence, 
Aug. 18, to Sep. 18, 1876, and awaiting orders, Jan. 8, to Apr. 11, 1877). 
Died, M.-^.y 10, 1878, at St. Loms, Mo. : Aged i8. 



1542. . . .(Born N. Y.). . . HENRY W. SLOCUM (Apd N. Y.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1542, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Brooklyn, N. Y'^., since 1865. Mem- 
ber of U. S. House of Representatives, Mar. 4,' 1869, to Mar. 4, 1873 ; and of 
the Board of Visitors to the U. S. Military Academy, 1870. President of the 
Board of Public Works of the City of Brooklyn, N. Y.. Jan. 3, 1876, to Jan. 1, 
1878. Residence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



1543 . . (Born NY.). JAMES VAN VOAST (Apd N. Y.) .8 

For previous history, see No. 1543, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Ft. Philip Kearny, Dak., 
Jan. 1, to Apr. 22. 1867 ; on frontier duty, en route to and at Ft. Reno, Dak., 
to May, 1868,— and Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., July 3, 1868, to Apr., 1869, (leave of 
absence, July-Dec, 1868); in garrison at Atlanta, Ga., Ajir., 1869, — and War- 
renton, Ga., to Aug., 1869 ; as Member of Board, at St. Louis, Mo., to test 
system of Tactics and Small Arms, Sep., 1869, to Nov., 1870 : in garrison at 
Columbia, S. C, Dec, 1870, to Apr., 1871,— and Chester,' S. C, to Sep. 24, 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 16th Ineantry, Aug. 16, 1871) 
1871; on leave of absence and under orders, to Dec, 1871; in garrison at 
Jackson, Mis., Dec. 5-31, 1871, — Nashville, Ten., (commanding regiment), 
Jan. 2, 1872, to Oct. 27, 1873,— Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 29, 1873, to Oct. 21, 1874,— 
Newport, Ky., (on Inspection duty), Oct., 1874. to Dec. 8, 1876,— and New Or- 
leans, La., Dec 21, 1876, to June 7, 1877; and on frontier duty, at Ft. Wal- 
lace, Kan., Jan. 15, 1877, to 



1544. . . (Born O..) DAVID S. STANLEY (Apd O.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1544, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of Ft. Sully. Dak., May 12, 1867, 
to July, 1874, being in command of Yellowstone Expedition, July 18, to 
Oct. 23, 1872,— and Ft. Wayne, Mich., July, 1874, to Sej). 28, 1876 ; as Super- 
intendent of General Recruiting Service, at New York City, Oct. 2, 1876, to 
Oct. 1, 1878 ; and in command of regiment at Ft. Porter, N. Y., Oct. 10, 1878, to 



IT. 8. MILITARY ACADEMY. 223 



Number. 1852. Class Rank. 

1545 (Born N. C). GEORGE B. ANDERSON (Ap'd N. C). .10 

For i^revious history, see No. IS-iS, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 16, 1852, at Raleigh, N. C, of Wounds eeceived in the 
Battle of Antietam, Md. : Aged 31. 

1546. . . .(Born Md.).. JEROME N. BONAPARTE (Ap'd Md.). .11 

For previous liistorj^, see No. 1546, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History — Since leaving the French Army, in 1870, has resided chiefly 
at Baltimore, Md. 

1547. . . .(Born La.) HENRY De VEUVE (Ap'd N. J.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1547, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Civil Engineer, since 18 — . Residence, San Francisco, 
Cal. 

1548 .... (Born Va.). , . .JAMES W. ROBINSON (Ap'd Mo.) . . 13 

For previous history, see No. 1548, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Merchant, Boston, Mas., 1866-72. Editor and Publisher 
of "Shoe and Leather Advertiser," 1872-73. Author of "Robinsonian 
Calendar, Interest and Average Tables," 1878. Printer and Publisher, 
Boston, Mas., since 1872. 

1549 .... (Born N. Y.) . . . . MILO S. HASCALL (Ap'd Ind.) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 1549, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Banker at Goshen, Ind., since 1865. 



1550. . . . (Born Va.), JOHN MULLAN (Ap'd at Large) . . 15 

For i^revious history, see No. 1550, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, San Francisco, Cal., since 1867. 

1551. . . (Born R. L). . SYLVESTER MO WRY (Ap'd R. L). .16 

For previous history, see No. 1551, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 17, 1871, at London, England : Aged 40. 

1552 . . . (Born Ky.) GEORGE B. COSBY (Ap'd Ky.) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1552, Vol. II., of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Butte County, Cal., since 1866. Secretary of 
the Board of State Engineers of California, since 18 — . Residence, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

1553 (Born Ky.) ROBERT B. THOMAS (Ap'd Mis.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1553, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Clerk in the New Orleans, La., National Bank, 18 — . 
General Agent of Cedar Key, Tampa and Key West Steamship Company, 
since 18 — . Residence, Tampa, Fla. 



224 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1852. Class Bank. 



1554. . . .(Born N. Y.).. GEORGE L. HARTSUFF (Ap'cl Mich.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1554, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Adjutant-General of the Fifth Military 
District (Louisiana and Texas). Mar. 26, 1867, to May 1, 1868 : on temporary 
duty at New York City, June 1, 1868, to Apr. 23, 1869 ; and as Adjutant- 
General of the Division of the Missouri, to June 29, 1871. 

Retired from Active Service, June 29, 1871, as Major-General, for 

Disability from Wounds recer^ed in Battle. 

Died, May 16, 1874. at New York City: Aged 44. 



1555. . . .(Born O.) CHARLES R. WOODS (Ap'd 0.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1555, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Newport Barracks, Ky., 
June 1, 1867, to Mar., 1869,— Ft. Wallace, Kan., May 1, 1869, to Feb. 20, 

(Unassigned, Mar. 15, 1869) 
(Assigned to 5th Infantry, Mar. 24, 1869) 
1871, — and of troops in the field at Kit Carson, May 20, to Nov. 1, 1870 ; on 
leave of absence, Feb.-July, 1871 ; as Member of Board to prepare Army 
Regulations, July, 1871, to May 17, 1872 ; on sick leave of absence. May 17, 
1872, to Mar. 5, 1873 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Larnard, Kan., Mar. 5-28, 1873 ; 

(Colonel, 2d Infantry, Feb. 18, 1874) 
and on sick leave of absence, Mar. 28, 1873, to Dec. 15, 1874. 

Retired from Actts'e Service, Dec. 15, 1874, for Disability 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 

1556 .... (Born N. C. ) . . . MATTHEW L. DAVIS (Ap'd N. C. ) . . 21 

For previous history, see No. 1556, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1862. between Richmond, Va., and Raleigh, N. C: Aged 33. 

1557 .... (Born N. C. ) JOHN H. FORNEY (Ap'd Ala. ) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 1557, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1558. . . .(Born N. C.).. . MARSHALL T. POLK (Ap'd at Large). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1558, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Treasurer of the State of Tennessee, since 18—. 



1559. . . (Born N. Y.). PETER T. SWAINE (Ap'd N. Y.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1559, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of District of Memphis. Ten., 
June 17, 18G(), to May, 1867 ; on leave of absence to July 5, 1867 : in garrison 
at Paducah, Ky., Aug., 1867, to Apr. 22, 1869,-"Montgomery, Ala., to Aug. 12, 

(Transferred to 2d Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
1871,— Atlanta, Ga., Sep. 14, 1871, to Sep. 18, 1872,— and St. Louis, Mo., (on 
disbursing duty) to July 5, 1876 ; awaiting orders to Oct., 1876 : and in coui- 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 15th Inf.\ntry, Oct. 24, 1874) 
maud of regiment at Ft. Wingnte, N. M., Oct. 4, 1876, to 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 225 



NtJMBEK. 1852. Class Rank 



1560. . (BoinN. Y.). CHARLES H. RUNDELL (Ap'd N. Y.). 25 

For previous history, see No. 1560, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1561. . . .(Born Md.). . .ANDREW "W. EVANS (Ap'd Md.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1561, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Served: in command of Waco, Tex., Feb. 18, 1866, 
to Apr., 1867,— Austin, Tex., Apr.-Aug., 1867, — and Lampasas, Tex., Aiig., 
1867 ; on leave of absence, Sep., 1867, to Feb. 27, 1868 ; as Acting Assistant 
Inspector-General of the District of New Mexico, Mar. 12, to Sep. 5, 1868 : 
in command of Canadian River Expedition. Nov., 1868, to Mar., 1869, — of 
Ft. Wingate, N. M., Mar. 10, 1869, to Apr. 1, 1870,— of Camp Rawlins, Ara., 
Apr. 24, to Aug., 1870,— and Camp Hualpia, Ara., Aug. 12, to Oct. 15, 1870 ; 
awaiting orders to Jan., 1871 ; in command of Camp Bowie, Ara., Feb. 13, 
to Oct., 1871 ; on Court Martial at Camp McDowell and en route to Prescott, 
Ara., to Nov., 1871 ; as Acting Chief Commissary of Subsistence, Depart- 
ment of Arizona, Dec. i, 1871, to Feb. 20, 1873 : under orders to regiment 
to Apr., 1873 ; on leave of absence, Apr. 22, to Oct., 1873 ; as Acting Assis- 
tant Inspector-General. Department of Arizona, Oct. 20, 1873, to Jan., 
1876,— and of the Department of the Platte to Mar., 1876 ; on Court 
Martial at Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., Apr. 24, to May 28, 1876 ; in command of 
Battalion of Cavalry on Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition to Nov., 1876, 
—of regiment and Ft. Laramie, Wy., Nov. 1, 1876, to Dec. 7, 1877,— of Bat- 
talion of regiment in the field in Dakota, Dec. 13, 1877, to Jan. 28, 1878,— of 
regiment and Ft. Laramie, Wy., Oct. 20, 1878, to 



1562 . (Born Pa.) JOHN D. O'CONNELL (Ap'd Pa.) . . 27 

For previoiTS history, see No. 1562, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Houston, Tex., May 29, 
to Sep. 16, 1867. 

Died. Sep. 16. 1867, at Houston, Tex. : Aged 37. 



1563. . . .(Born O.) JOHN NUGEN (Ap'd 0.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1563, Vol. n, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 22, 1857, at Ft. Stetlacoom, Wash. : Aged 27. 



1564. . . .(Born Pa.) HUGH B. FLEMING (Ap'd Pa.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1564, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Ruby, Nev., Dec, 

1865, to Dec, 1866 ; on leave of absence, to Aug., 1867 ; in command of Ft. 

Garland, Col., Oct. 28, 1867, to May, 1869 ; on leave of absence, May--Nov., 

(Teansfeeeed to 5th Ineantey, Mae. 15, 1867) 

(Unassigned, June 9, 1869) 

1869 ; and awaiting orders, to Dec. 15, 1870. 

Retieed feom Active Seevice, Dec. 15, 1870, foe Disability 

CONTE-iCTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 
15 



226 GEADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1852. Class Eank. 

1565. . . (Born O. ) . ALEX ANDER McD. McCOOK (Ap'd O.). 30 

For previous history, see No. 1565, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of regiment at Austin, Tex., 
May 6, 1867, to Jan., 1868,— Brownsville, Tex., Feb., 1868, to Apr., 1869,— 
Sub-District of the Eio Grande, Feb., 1868, to Feb., 1869,— on Court Martial 

(Tkansfeered to 10th Infaktky, Mae. 15, 1869) 
at San Antonio, Tex., to Aug., 1869, — and at Einggold Barracks, Tex., to 
June, 1871 ; in command of regiment at Ft. Brown, Tex., June 26, 1871, to 
Aug. 7, 1872, — and at San Antonio, Tex., to Oct. 22, 1872 ; on leave of absence, 
to Jan., 1873,— and on Court Martial at San Antonio, Tex., to Feb. 8, 1873 ; 
in command of regiment at Ft. McKavett, Tex., to July 15, 1873, continuing 
on duty at the post, to June 22, 1874 ; as Member of Equipment Board, at 
Watervliet, N. Y., to Dec. 3, 1874; as Acting Asst. Inspector-General of the 
Department of Missouri, Dec. 23, 1874, to June 26, 1875 ; and as Aide-de- 

(CoLONEL Staff — Aide-de-Camp to the General-in-Chief, July 1, 1875) 
Camp to the General-in-Chief, July 1, 1875, to 



1566. . . .(Born N. Y.). . ..HENRY DOUGLASS (Ap'd K Y.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1566, Vol. 11, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Dodge, Kan., Dec. 18, 
1866, to May 25, 1869, except while on sick leave, Nov. 9, 1868, to Jan., 1869 ; 

(Unassigned, Mar. 15, 1869) 
under the orders of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, June-July, 1869 ; 
awaiting and iinder orders, to Oct. 1869 ; as Superintendent of Indian 
Aff'airs in Nevada, Oct., 1869, to Nov., 1870 ; awaiting orders and on leave of 
absence, to Jan., 1871 ; in conducting recruits to regiment, Jan., to Ajir. 30, 

(Assigned to 11th Infantry, Jan. 1, 1871) 
1871 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Griffin, Tex., to Apr. 25, 1872,— Ft. Concho, 
Tex., Apr. 29, 1872, to Apr. 16, 1875, (commanding battalion, Apr. 29, 1872, 
to Jan., 1873, and post Sep. 1, 1874, to Jan., 1875), except while on leave of 
absence, July 8, to Nov. 10, 1873 ; absent sick, Apr. 16, to Nov. 15, 1875 ; on 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 11th Infantry, Jan. 10, 1876) 
frontier dixty at Ft. Concho, Tex., Dec. 10, 1875, to Mar. 9, 1876 ; on leave of 
absence. Mar. 9, to Apr. 29, 1876 ; and in command of Ft. Cameron, Utah, 
May 29, 1876 to 



1567. . . .(Born Pa.) WILLIAM MYERS (Ap'd Pa.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1567, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of 
the Platte, May 1, 1866, to Apr. 22, 1870 ; as Depot Quartermaster, Washing- 

(Majoe Staff — Quartermaster, Jan. 18, 1867) 
ton, D. C, May, 1870, to Apr. 15, 1876, (absent on special duty, July 1, to 
Dec. 15, 1874, in Europe, and Mar. 4, to Aug. 1, 1875) ; as Chief Quarter- 
master of the Division of the Pacific, and Department of California, Ajjr. 24, 
to Sep. 15, 1876 ; as Depot Quartermaster at San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 2, 1876, 
to Aug. 20, 1878 ; and on leave of absence, Aug. 20, 1878, to 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 227 

NtJMBEB. 1852. Class Bank. 

1568 . .(Born N. J.) PHILIP STOCKTON (Ap'd N. J.) .33 

For previous history, see No. 1568, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1866-78, no cei-tain information having been 
received. Clerk in the Engineer Bureau, Washington, D. C, July 3, 1878, 
to Mar. 25, 1879. 

Died, Mab. 25, 1879, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 47. 



1569. . . .(BornN. Y.).. GEORGE A. WILLIAMS (Ap'd N. Y.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 1569, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served : as Sub-Assistant Commissioner in the Freed- 
man's Bureau and Commissary of Musters Second Military District (North 
and South Carolina) May 4, 1867, to June 11, 1868 ; in command at Raleigh, 
N. C, June 25, to Aug., 1868,— of Charleston, S. C, Aug. -Oct., 1868, con- 
tinuing there till Dec, 1868, — and of Savannah, Ga., Dec. 26, 1868, to Feb., 

(Transfebred to 20th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Gibson, I. T., Mar. 2, to May, 1869,— and in 
command of Ft. Totten, Dak., June 30, 1869, to Aug. 25, 1870 ; and on leave 
of absence, Aug. 25, to Dec. 15, 1870. 

Retired from Active Service, Dec. 15, 1870, for Disabiuty 
contracted in the line op duty. 



1570. . . .(Born Germany.). AUGUST V. KAUTZ (Ap'd O.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1570, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of regiment at Grenada, Mis., 
May 1, to Sep., 1867 ; in arrest and awaiting orders, Sep. 6, 1867, to Jan., 1868 ; 
in command of post of Columbus, Mis., Jan., to July 2, 1868 ; on leave of 

(Transferred to 15th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
absence and awaiting orders to July, 1869 ; in command of Ft. Craig, N. M., 
July-Oct., 1869,— of Ft. Stanton, N. M., Oct. 15, 1869, to Apr. 17, 1872, 
(leave of absence, July 7, to Nov. 19, 1870, — of Newport Barracks Depot, Ky., 
May 28, 1872, to Nov. 10, 1873,— of regiment and Ft. Garland, Col., Nov. 18, 

(Colonel, 8th Infantry, July 8, 1874) 
1873, to Aug. 6, 1874,— of Ft. Whipple, Ara., Nov. 1, 1874, to Mar., 1875,— 
of Prescott, Ara., and of the Department of Arizona, Mar. 22, 1875, to Mar. 5, 
1878, — Angel Island, Cal., to Apr. 26, 1878, — and Benicia Barracks, Cal., 
May 17, 1878, to 

1571 .(Born D. C). LAWRENCE A. WILLIAMS . (Ap'd at Large). .36 
For previous history, see No. 1571, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1572. . . .(Born N. Y.}. . LYMAN M. KELLOGG (Ap'd N. Y). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1572, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Casper, Dak., Feb.- 
Aug., 1867; on frontier duty, at Ft. Fetterman, Dak., to Nov. 15, 1867; on 
leave of absence, to June 1, 1868 ; absent without leave, to Sep., 1868 ; on 



228 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1852. Class Bank, 



sick leave of absence, to Jan. 26, 1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. D. A. Russell, 
Wy., to Apr. 27, 1869; awaiting orders, to May 11, 1869 ; on frontier duty 

(Teansfeeeed to 20th Infantey, May 11, 1869) 
at Ft. Ransom, Dak., June 9, 1869, to July 3, 1870 ; and awaiting orders to 
Dec. 31, 1870. 

HONOEABLY DiSCHAEGED, AT HIS OWN REQUEST, DeC. 31. 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, Jan. 31, 1877, at Newaek, 0. : Aged 49. 



1573. . . .(Born 0.) GEORGE CROOK (Ap'd O.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1573, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the District of Owyhee, 
Idaho, Jan. 27, to Aug. 16, 1867,— of the District of the Lakes, to Apr., 1868, 
— and of the Department of the Columbia, May 23, 1868, to Aug. 8, 1870 ; as 
Member of Retiring Board, at San Francisco, Cal., Sep., 1870, to June 1, 
1871 ; in command of the Department of Arizona, June 4, 1871, to Mar. 22, 
(Bekjadiee-Geneeal, U. S. Aemy, Oct. 29, 1873) 

1875, being in the field, Oct., 1872, to Apr., 1873, and highly commended 
for his Campaign in general orders from headqiiai-ters of the Division of the 
Pacific, — and of the Department of the Platte, Apr. 27, 1875, to , being 
in the field in command of the Big Horn Expedition, Feb. 17, to Apr. 2, 

1876, and May 9, 1876, to June 13, 1877, resulting in several actions with, 
and capture of many hostile Indians. 



1574. . . .(Born Ala.). . . .ARTHUR P. BAGBY (Ap'd at Large). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1574, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. —Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1575. . . .(Bornlnd.) JOHN P. HA'WKINS (Ap'd Ind.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 1575, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Assistant to the Commissary General of 
Subsistence, Washington, D. C, Oct. 15, 1866, to Jan., 1869 ; as Purchasing 
Commissary at Cincinnati, 0., Jan. 26, to July, 1869 ; as Chief of Commis- 
sariat, Dei^artment of the Lakes, Jixly 14, 1869, to Nov. 13, 1873, — and of the 
Department of the Platte, Nov. 27, 1873, to 

(MaJOE Sl-iEF — CoMMISSAEy OF SUBSISTENCE, JuNE 23, 1874.) 



1576. . . (Born N. Y.). . EDWIN D. PHILLIPS (Ap'd Mich.) .41 

For previous history, see No. 1576, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Died, Nov. 2(), 1864, at New Oeleanb, La. : Aged 37. 

1577. . . . (Born 8. C.) . RICHARD V. BONNE AU (Ap'd Ala.). .42 

For previous history, see No. 1577, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Residence, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1578 (Born 0.). . HEZEKIAH H. GARBER (Ap'd 111.). 43 

For i)revious history, see No. 1578, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 12, 1859, at Ft. Hokkins, Or.: Aged 30. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 229 



NuMBEB. 1853. Class Rank. 

CLASS OF 1853. 

1579. . . .(Born O.). . . .JAMES B. McPHERSON (Ap'd O.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1579, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, July 22, 1864, ln the Repulse of a Sortie from Atlanta, Ga. : 

Aged 35. 



1580 . . . (Born Va.) . .WILLIAM P. CRAIGHILL (Ap'd Va.) , .2 

For previous history, see No. 1580, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant to the Chief of Engineers, at Wash- 
ington, D. C, Oct. 19. 1866, to Mar. 31, 1870; as Superintending Engineer of Fts. 
Monroe and Wool, Hampton Roads, Va., Feb. 19, 1870, to Aug. 8, 1874,— of the 
Defenses of Baltimore, Md., and Washington, D. C, since Apr. 1, 1870, — 
of Surveys and Improvements of James and Appomatox Rivers, since 
July 20, 1870, — of Surveys and Improvements of Rappahannock and 
Roanoke Rivers, July 23, 1870, to July, 1874, — of Surveys and Imjjrovements 
of Susquehanna, Patapsco, and Cape Fear Rivers, and of the Harbors of 
Cambridge and Queenstown, Md., since Nov. 6, 1870, — of Improvement of 
Potomac River, near Washington and Georgetown, D. C, Nov. 12, 1870, to 
July, 1874, — of Sui'V'ey of James River and Kanawha Canal, and its Exten- 
sion to the Ohio River, by Canal and River, 1870-71, — of Survey and Im- 
provement of Wicomico River, Md., since Feb. 8, 1871, — of Surveys and 
Improvements of Norfolk Harbor. Neabsco Bay, Elizabeth River, Accotink 
Bay, Nansemond River, Quantico Bay, Acquia Creek, Choppawamasic Bay, 
in Virginia, and Neuse River, N. C, Mar. 17, 1871, to July, 1874, — of Surveys 
of Harbors of Washington and Edenton, and moiith of Mackay's Creek, N. C., 
1871, and of Dismal Swamp Canal, 1872, — of Survej' and Improvement of 
Worton Creek, Md., since Apr. 13, 1872, — of Survey and Improvement of 
Nomini Creek, Va., June 20, 1872, to July, 1874, — of Surveys and Improve- 
ments of Northeast River, Md., Chester River at Kent Island Narrows, Md., 
and upper New River,Va., since June 20, 1872, — of Survey and Improvement of 
Elk River, Md., since Mar. 19, 1873,— of Survey of'Old House Channel 
in Pimlico Sound, N. C, 1873, and of Leonardtown Harbor, Md., 1874, 
— of Survey of the jiortion of the "Central Transportation Route," from 
Charleston, W. Va., to tide water in Virginia, June 30, 1874, to Jan. 13, 
1875, — of Survey and Improvement of Harbor of Crisfield, Md., since 
July 2, 1874, — of Improvement of Great Kanawha River, W. Va., since 
July, 1874, — and Survey of Elk River, W. Va., 1875, — and of Examination 
of the condition of the Potomac Aquediict Bridge, near Georgetown, D. C, 
1876, — and of Surveys for Ship Canal to connect Delaware and Chesapeake 
Bays, of Annapolis Harbor, West Branch of Patapsco River,' Md., and New 
River, Va., since July, 1878 ; and as Member of Board of Engineers on Im- 
provement of Appomatox River, Aug., 1870, to May 2, 1871, — on Gun-plat- 
form foundations, Apr., 1871, — on Delaware Breakwater Harbor of Refuge, 
Nov. 8, 1871, to Aug. 29, 1872, — on Cape Fear River Improvement, Jan. 10-26, 
1871, — on the Improvement of Delaware River, at Horse-Shoe Shoals, Apr.- 
May, 1873, — on Capt. Howell's plan for a Ship Canal to connect the Lower 
Mississippi with the Gulf of Mexico, July 20, 1873, to Jan. 4, 1874,— to 
report upon the James River and Kanawha Canal project, Jan. 27, to May 28, 
1874, and May 7-25, 1875, — to establish the Bulkhead Lines of Baltimore, 
Md., 1876, — to examine Movable Dams and other Works of Internal Im- 
provement in France and Great Britain, 1877-78, — and to Examine Major 
Merrill's plan of Lock and Gate for Ohio River Movable Dam below Pitts- 
burg, Pa., Mar. 28, to July 5, 1878. 



230 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1853. Class Rank. 

1581. . . . (Born 0.) JOSHUA W. SILL (Ap'd 0.). 3 

For previous history, see No. 1581, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 31, 1862, nsr the Battle oe Stone Rivee, Ten. : Aged 31. 



1582. . . . (Born Ga.) WILLIAM R. BOGGS (Ap'd Ga.) . .4 

For i^revious history, see No. 1582, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Architect, Savannah, Ga., 1866-68. Chief Engineer, 
Lexington and St. Louis Railroad, Mo., 1868-70. Civil and Mining Engineer, 
St. Louis, Mo., 1870-75. Professor of Mechanics and Drawing, Virginia 
Agricultural and Mechanical College, Blacksburg, Va., since 1875. 



1583 . . . (Born Pa. ) FRANCIS J. SHUNK (Ap'd at Large) . . 5 

For previous history, see No. 1583, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief of Ordnance of First Military 
District (Virginia), Apr. 26, to Dec. 15, 1867. 

Died, Dec. 15, 1867, at Richmond, Va. : Aged 35. 



1584. . . .(Born 0.) WILLIAM S. SMITH (Ap'd O.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1584, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Civil Engineer, since 1865. 



1585 ... . (Born N. Y. ). . . JOHN M. SCHOFIELD (Ap'd 111. ) . . 7 

For previous history, see No. 1585, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Served : in command of the First Military District 
(Virginia), Mar. 13, 1867, to May 31, 1868 ; as Secretary of War of the United 
States, June 1, 1868, to Mar. 12, 1869 ; in command of the Department of the 

(Major-General, U. S. Army, Mar. 4, 1869) 
Missouri, Mar. 20, 1869, to May 3, 1870 ; as President of Board on Tactics 
and Small Arais, Aug. 6, 1869, to Nov. 5, 1870 ; in command of the Division 
of the Pacific, May 4, 1870, to July 1, 1876 ; on Special Mission to the 
Hawiian Islands, Dec. 30, 1872, to Apr. 6, 1873; in Revising Army Regulations, 
July- Aug., 1876 ; as Suiierintendent of the U. S. Military Academy, Sep. 1, 
1876, and in command of the Deiiartment of West Point, Mar. 2, 1877, 
to ; and as President of a Board of Inquiry into the case of Fitz-John 

Porter, June 20, 1878, to 

1586. . . .(Born N. Y.) .MATTHEW M. BLUNT (Ap'd N. Y.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1586, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Battalion, Jan.. 1866, to 
May, 18()7, and as Acting Assistant Inspector-General of the Department of 
Florida, Feb. 1, 186(), to May, 1867 ; in command of Ft. Marion, Fla., to 
Aug., 1868,— Jacksonville, Fla., to Oct. 14, 1868,— and Ft. Brooke, Fla., 
Nov., 1868, to Mar. 29, 1869 ; on leave of absence to July, 1869 ; as Acting 

(Transferred to 14th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
Assistant Inspector-General of the Department of the Cumberland. July 26, 
1869, to Apr. 26, 1870 ; in command of regiment at Sioux City, la., and Ft. 
Randall, Dak., to Jan. 29, 1870 ; on Court Martial at St. Paul, Min., to 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 231 



NuMBEB. 1853. Class Rank. 

Sep., 1870 : on frontier duty at Ft. Sanders, Wy., Sep. 2, 1870, to Mar. 1871, 
— and Ft. Laramie, Wy., to June, 1871 ; in command of Governor's Island 
Recruiting Depot, N. Y., June 20, 1871, to Feb. 19, 1873 ; on leave of absence 
to May, 1873 : on frontier duty at Ft. Laramie, Wy., May 17, 1873, to 
Aug., 1874,— Camp Douglas, Utah, Aug., to Nov. 21, 1874,— Ft. Sill, I. T., 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 25th Ijtfantky, Oct. 7, 1874) 
and San Antonio, Tex., Feb. -Mar., 1875, — and Ft. Stockton, Tex., to Aug. 25, 
1875 ; on Court Martial at Ft. Brown, Tex., to Oct. 12, 1875 ; on leave of 
absence, Oct. 12, 1875, to Oct. 11, 1876 ; on Courts Martial in Texas, Nov. 19, 
1876, to Mar. 6, 1877 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Stockton, Tex., Mar., 1877, to 
Apr. 14, 1878 ; on leave of absence to Nov. 10, 1878 ; and on Court Martial, 
at San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 10, 1878, to 



1587. . . .(Born Ind.) THOMAS HIGHT (Ap'd Ind.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1587, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Druggist at Augusta, Me., since 1864. 



1588. . . (Bom Ct.) GEORGE R. BISSELL (Ap'd Mo.) .10 

For previous history, see No. 1588, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Teller in the Merchants Bank of St. Louis, Mo., since 1861. 



1589. . . .(Born O.) THOMAS M. VINCENT (Ap'd 0). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1589, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant in the Adjutant General's Office, 
at Washington, D. C, June 30, 1862, to Jan. 23, 1878, — being specially 
engaged in examining, i;nder the Joint Resolution of Congress, approved 
July 28, 1866, the Colorado Militia Claims, Aug., 1866, to Oct. 21, 1867,— in 
the immediate supervision of completing and closing the affairs of the Bureau 
of the Provost-Marshal General of the United States, Aug. 20, 1866, to Oct. 9, 
1875, — on duty at the Headquarters of the Army, Apr. 23, 1869, to July 22, 
1870, and Apr. 6, 1876, to Jan. 7, 1878, — in' charge of the Bureau for 
Colored Troops, Jan. 14, 1868, to Jan. 7, 1878, — in charge of the Appointment, 
Commission and Personnel Division, Adjutant General's Office, July 21, 
1870, to Jan. 7, 1878, — as President of the Board of Officers, "to examine 
into, and report upon, the existing methods of keeping the records and trans- 
acting the current business of the War Department and its Bureaux, with a 
view to their improvement by the adoption of a simple, efficient, and uniform 
system in lieu thereof," July 7, to Oct. 1, 1870, — on special service, under 
orders from the Secretarj' of War, in connection with "a system of General 
Regulations for the administration of the affairs of the Army," Nov., 1871, to 
Jan., 1872, — in completing and closing up the affairs of the Bureau of 
Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands, June 27, 1872, to Jan. 7, 1878, — 
and in charge, under Sec. 1331, Revised Statutes, of the Military Academj^ 
Division of the War Department, Mar., 1877, to Jan. 7, 1878 ; and as Adjutant 
General of the Department of Texas, Feb. 1, 1878, to 



1590. . . .(Born Mas.). . . .HENRY C. SYMONDS (Ap'd Mas.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1590, Vol. IL of Register of Graduates. 

Civil EUstory. — Merchant, New Orleans, La., 1865-70. Principal of an 
Academy at Sing Sing, N. Y., since 1870. 



232 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1853. Class Bank. 

1591. . . .(Born Ga.) JOHN S. BOWEN (Ap'd Ga.). .13 

For lirevious history, see No. 1591, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, July 16, 1863, at Raymond, Mis. : Aged 34. 



1592. . . . (Born Md.) GEORGE BELL (Ap'd Md.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1592, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served: as Chief of Commissariat Department of Wash- 
(BvT. Beig. -General, Ape. 9, 1865, foe Faithful and Meeitorious 

SEE^^CE DUEING THE REBELLION) 

ington, Oct. 26, 1865, to Mar. 16, 1869,— of the Department of the Potomac, 
Oct. 22, 1866, to Mar. 11, 1867,— and of the First Military District (Virginia), 
to Apr. 24, 1867 ; as Purchasing and Depot Commissary, Washington, D. C, 
Mar. 16, 1869, to Dec. 31, 1876 ; and Acting Depot Quartermaster, July 2, to 
Dec. 17, 1874, and Mar. 5, to Aug. 1, 1875 : on Special duty and settling 
accounts, Jan. -Feb. 6, 1877 ; as Chief of Commissariat, Department of the 
South, and Purchasing Commissary at Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 9, 1877, to Oct., 1878, 
(on temporary duty in Commissary General's Office, Sep. 26, to Nov. 6, 1877); 
and Purchasing and Depot Commissary, at Cincinnati, O., Oct. 4, 1878, to 

1593 .... (Born Ky. ) JAMES D. BURNS (Ap'd 111.) . . 15 

For previous history, see No. 1593, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 2, 1854, at Baton Rouge, La. : Aged 24. 



1594. . . (Born Va.) . .WILLIAM R. TERRILL (Ap'd Va.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 1594, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Oct. 8, 1862, in the Battle or Peeetstlle, Ky. : Aged 29. 



1595. . . (Born Pa.) LOUIS H. PELOUZE (Ap'd Pa.) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1595, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on Special duty in the War Department, 
May 18, 1864, to Jan., 1869, (in charge of records of Colored Volunteer Troops, 
Nov. 3, 1867, to June 14, 1868); as Adjutant (xeneral of the Department of 
the Lakes, June 5, 1869, to Dec, 1873 ;' and as Assistant in the Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Office, Washington, D. C, Dec. 3, 1873, to June 1, 1878. 

Died, June 1, 1878, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 47. 



1596 . .(Born Ga.) OTVEN P. SOLOMON (Ap'd Ga.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1596, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 27, 1859, at Ft. Laeamie, Dak. : Aged 30. 

1597. . . .(Born N. Y.).LA RHETT L. LIVINGSTON (Ap'd N. Y.). 19 

For previous historj', see No. 1597, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served: in garrison at Ft. Warren, Mas., Nov., 1865. 
to Feb. 1869, (on leave of absence, June 3, to Aug. 4, 1868),— Ft. Johnston, 
N. C, Feb. 1869,— and Savannah, Ga., Mar. 19, 1869, to Aug., 1872 ; as Mem- 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 233 



Ntjmbeb. 1853. Class Rank. 

ber of Board for selection of Breech-loading Small-Arms, for the Military 
Service, Aug. 24, 1872, to Mav IG, 1873 ; in garrison at Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y., 
May, 1873, to May, 1875,— Ft. Wood. N. Y., May, 1875, to Oct., 1876,— Colum- 
bia, S. C, Oct. 27, 1876, to Jan., 1877,— and at Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y., 
Apr., 1877, to , being detached to Scranton, Pa., to suppress Railroad 

Riots, July-Oct., 1877. 

1598. . . .(Born N. Y.),.. RICHARD C. DURYEA (Ap'd N. Y.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1598, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Nov., 1860, 
to Apr., 1869 (on Court Martial at New York Citj-, Feb. 2, to Apr. 21, 1868), 
— and Madison Barracks, N. Y''.. to Oct. 25, 1870 ; and on leave of absence, 
Dec. 15, 1870. 

Mustered out of SEK^^cE (Act of July 15, 1870), Dec. 15, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1870-76, no certain information having been 
received. Inspector of U. S. Harbor Improvement, Cheboygan, Mich., 
1876-78. 

1599 .... (Born Mas. ) . . . . JOHN G. CHANDLER (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 21 

For previoiis historj', see No. 1599, Vol. 11, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served: inspecting Posts on the Missouri River, 
Feb. 21, to Sep. 9, 1867 ; as Chief Quartermaster of Fourth Military Dis- 
trict, Sep. 9, 1867, to Mar. 23, 1869,— of First Military District, Mar. 24, 
1869, to June 22, 1870, — of Second District of the Department of the East, 
June 23, 1870, to June 30, 1872,— of Ft. Leavenworth Depot, Kan., July 1, 
1872, to Mar. 19, 1874,— of the Department of Arizona, May 10, 1874, to 
Oct. 7, 1876,— and of the Department of the South, Nov. 23, 1876, to 



1600 ...(Born N.Y.) ROBERT O. TYLER (Ap'd Ct.). .22 

For previous historj', see No. 1600, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief Quartermaster, Department of the 
Carolinas Julj' 31, to Aiig. 6, 1866, — of the Department of the South, Aug. 17, 
1866, to Mar. 20, 1867,— of Second Military District, Mar. 21, 1867, to Aug. 25, 
1868, including Cemeterial operations therein, Nov. 7, 1867, to Aug. 25, 
1868, — and De])ot Quartermaster at Charleston, S. C, Mar. 23, to Aug. 25. 
1868 ; on leave of absence in Europe. Sep. 15, 1868, to July 15, 1869 ; as 
Chief Quartermaster, Division of the South, Aug. 3, 1869, to Apr. 1, 1870, — 
and of the Division of the Pacific, \\n\ 24, 1870, to Aug. 1, 1872 ; on leave of 
absence, making the tour around the world, Aug. 1, 1872, to June 30, 1873 ; 
and as Chief Quartermaster, Division of the Atlantic, July 1, 1873, to Feb. 4, 
1874,— of the Department of the East, July 1, to Oct. 29, 1873, and of its 
First District, Sep. 11, to Oct. 29, 1873,— of the First District, Division of 
the Atlantic, Oct. 29, 1873, to Feb. 4, 1874,— and of Second District, June 8, 
to Dec. 1, 1874. 

Died, Dec. 1, 1874, at Boston, Mas. : Aged 43. 



1601. . . . (Born N. Y.) . .'WALWORTH JENKINS. . , (Ap'd at Large) . . 23 
For previous historj-, see No. 1601, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Coal Dealer at Louisville, Ky., 1865-74. Chief of Police, 
Loiiisville, Ky., 18 — . 

Died, Max 14, 1874, at Louisville, Kt. : Aged 41. 



234 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1853. Class Rank. 

1602. . ..(Bom Pa.). .N. BOWMAN SWEITZBR (Ap'd Pa.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1602, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in garrison at Sedgwick Barracks, Washing- 
ton, D. C, Nov. 3, 1866, to Apr., 1867 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Laramie, Wy., 
June 23, to Nov., 1867 ; on leave of absence to Apr., 1868 ; as Acting Assis- 
tant Insjiector-General, Department of the Platte, Apr. 3, 1868, to Apr., 1871; 
on frontier duty at Omaha Barracks, Neb., Apr., 1871, to Nov. 18, 1872, — 
and in command of detachment in the iield. May 1, to Oct. 6, 1871 ; on 
leave of absence, Nov. 18, 1872, to Jan. 18, 1873 ; on frontier duty at Ft. 
Ellis, Mon., Mar. 27, 1873, to Sep. 12, 1875 ; as Member of Board for Army 
Ambulances at Washington, D. C, Oct., 1875, to Jan., 1877 ; on frontier 

(LiEUT.-CoLONEL, 8th Cavaley, Jxjne 25, 1877) 
duty at Ft. Sanders, Wy., Jan. 23, to July 13, 1877,— Ft. Brown, Tex., com- 
manding regiment, July 25, 1877, to Jan., 1878, — and Ringgold Barracks, 
Tex., Jan. 27, 1878, to 

1603. . . .(Born Fla.) JAMES L. WHITE (Ap'd Fla.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1603, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Surveyor and Civil Engineer, Orange Spring, Marion 
County, Fla., since 1875. 

1604. . . .(Born S. C). ..BENJAMIN ALLSTON (Ap'd S. C). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1604, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Rice Planter on the Pedee River, S. C, since 1866. 
Deacon of the Protestant Episcopal Church, since 1877. 



1605. (Born N. Y.). BENJAMIN F. CHAMBERLAIN. (Ap'd N. Y.). .27 
For previous history, see No. 1605, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Died, Dec. 26, 1871, at Newark, N. J. : Aged 44. 



1606. .. .(BornN. Y.) JOHN H. EDSON (Ap'd at Large) .. 28 

For previous history, see No. 1606, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Superintendent of Zanesville, O., Oil and Mining Com- 
pany, since 1864. 

1607 .... (Born D. C. ) THOMAS WILSON (Ap'd at Large) . . 29 

For previous history, see No. 1607, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Depot Commissary of Subsistence, at 
Baltimore, Md., Aug., 1865, to July 31, 1872, (leave of absence Aug. 10, to 
Oct. 22, 1872) ; as Chief of Commissariat, Department of California, Dec. 12, 
1872, to Mar. 23, 1876, (leave of absence, Oct. 22, 1875, to Jan. 22, 1876),— 
and of Department of Arizona, Apr. 8, 1876, to Feb. 21, 1877 : in the Office 
of the Commissary General at Washington, D. C, Mar. 12, to Apr. 23, 1877; 
as Purchasing and Depot Commissarv at Boston, Mas., Apr. 25. 1877, to 
Apr. 23, 1878,— and at Washington, D". C, Apr. 25, 1878, to 



TJ. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 235 



Ntjmbeb. 1853. Class Eakk. 

1608. . ..(Born Ind.). . . .WILLIAM W. LOWE (Ap'd la.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 1608, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on leave of absence, July 21, to Sep. 8, 1866; 
in garrison at Nashville, Tenn., to Oct. 18, 1866 ; on leave of absence and 
under orders to Nov. 14, 1867 ; in garrison at New Orleans, La., to May, 
1868 ; and on leave of absence to June 23, 1869. 

Resigned, June 23, 1869. 

Civil History. — Superintendent of Omaha, Neb., Smelting and Repair- 
ing Works, since, 1869. Mining in Utah since 1870. 



1609. . . .(Born Va.). . . .JOHN R. CHAMBLISS (Ap'd Va.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1609, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Aug. 16, 1864, at Deep Bottom, Va. : Aged 31. 



1610. . . (Born Pa.) WILLIAM McE. DYE (Ap'd 0.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1610, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in garrison at Plattsburg, N. Y., July- Aug., 
1865 ; on general Recruiting Service, Aug. 8, 1865, to May, 1866 ; awaiting 

(Major, 4th Infantry, Jan. 14, 1866) 
orders to June 5, 1866 ; in garrison at Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y., to Feb. 18, 
1867 ; as Member of Examining Board, at New York City, to Apr. 15, 1867 ; 
on frontier duty at Ft. Laramie, Dak., to June 1, 1867, — Ft. Fetterman, Dak., 
to Nov. 15, 1867 (leave of absence to Dec. 22, 1867),— Ft. Laramie, Dak., to 
May 26, 1868,— Ft. Fetterman, Dak., to Oct., 1868,— Ft. Laramie, Dak., to 
Apr., 1869, — and Ft. Fetterman, Wy., to Aug. 27, 1869 ; on leave of absence, 

(Unassigned, Feb. 4, 1870) 
to Feb. 4, 1870 ; awaiting orders to Sep. 30, 1870. 

Honorably Discharged, at his own request, Sep. 30, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1870-73, and since 1878, no certain informa- 
tion having been received. Colonel of Staff in the Egyptian Army, Dec, 
1873, to June 30, 1878, being engaged in the Abyssinian Campaign of 1876. 



1611. . . . (Born Ten.) HENRY B. DAVIDSON (Ap'd Ten.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1611, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1612. . . . (Born O.) PHILIP H. SHERIDAN (Ap'd O.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 1612, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the Department of the Mis- 
souri, headquarters Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Sep. 12, 1867, to Mar. 16, 1869, 
being engaged in conducting Winter Campaign of 1868-69, against hostile 
Indians, resulting in their defeat and surrender, — and of the Division of 

(Lieut. -General, U. S. Army, Mar. 4, 1869) 
the Missouri, headquarters Chicago, 111., Mar. 16, 1869, to 



236 GRADUATES OF THE 

Number. 1853. Class Eank. 

1613. . . (Born Me.) "WILLIAM A. WEBB (Ap'd Me.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 1613, Vol. IT, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Dec. 24, 1861, at Smithton, Mo. : Aged 31. 



1614. . . .(Bom Vt.) JOHN L. GRATTAN (Ap'd N.H.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1614, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Aug. 19, 1854, near Ft. Laramie, Dak. : Aged 24. 



1615. . . .(Born Mas.) ELMER OTIS (Ap'd O.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1615, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : awaiting orders and en route to regiment, 
June-Dec, 1867 ; in command of District of Nevada, Dec. 1, 1867, to June, 
1868,— of District of Owyhee, June 20, 1868, to Apr. 19, 1869,— and of the 
District of the Lakes, Jiine 24, 1869, to Oct., 1871 ; on frontier duty at 
Camp Warner, Or., Oct., 1871, to Aug., 1872,— Canlp Harney, Or., Aug. 27, 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 7th Cavalky, June 15, 1876) 
1872, to July 13, 1875,— and Ft. Walla Walla, Wash., July 26, 1875, to Sep. 10, 
1876 ; on leave of absence, Oct. 5, 1876, to Feb. 5, 1877 : on frontier duty 
at Ft. Rice, Dak., Feb. 24, 1877, to July -22, 1878, being engaged on the 
Expedition in Montana, Apr.-July 28, 1877, — and Scouting, July 22, to 
Aug. 9, 1878; on Court Martial at Ft. Keogh, Mon., to Nov., 1878 ; and in com- 
mand of the jjost of Standing Rock, Dak., Dec. 13, 1868, to 



1616. . . (Born S. C.) . ALFRED E. LATIMER (Ap'd S. C). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1616, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of post of Lynchburg, Va., Jan. 14, 
to Aug. 15, 1867 ; on leave of absence, to Mar., 1868 ; in garrison at Fayette- 
ville, N. C, Mar. 20, to Nov. 28, 1868 ; as Professor of Military Science at 

(Unassigned, Mar. 15, 1869) 
the Bishop Seabury Mission, Faribault, Min., to Aug., 1871 ; on frontier duty 
at Ft. Richardson, 'Tex., Aug. 27, 1871, to Mar., 1872,— Ft. Griffin, Tex., to 

(Assigned to 4th Cavalry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Dec. 25, 1872,— Ft. Richardson, Tex., to Mar. 4, 1873,— Fts. Concho, and 
McKavett, Tex., to June, 1873,— Ft. Clark, Tex., June-Oct., 1873,— Ft. Dun- 
can, Tex., Oct. 22, 1873, to May, 1874,— and Ft. Clark, Tex., May 7. 1874, 
to Feb. 21, 1875 : and on sick leave of absence, Feb. 21, 1875, to 



1617 . (Born N. J. ) . .BENJAMIN P. SMITH (Ap'd N. J.) . 39 

For previous history, see No. 1617, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty, at Ft. Philip Kearny, 
July 3, 1867, to June, 1868,— and Ft. Reno, Dak., to June 22, 1868. 
Died, June 22, 1868, at Ft. Reno, Dak. : Aged 37. 



1618 .... (Born Ala.) SILAS P. HIGGINS (Ap'd Ala. ) . . 40 

For previous history, see No. 1618, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 18, 1860, at Ft. Yuma, Cal. : Aged 28. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 237 



•NuMBEB. 1853. Class Rank. 



1619. . . .(Born Va.) . . HENRY H. WALKER (Ap'd Va.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1619, Vol. II, of Register of Gracbiates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1620. ...(Born Ind.) EDMUND C. JONES (Ap'd Ind.)..42 

For previous historj', see No. 1620, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 1863. 



1621 ... (Born N. Y. ) . ALEXANDER CHAMBERS . . (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 43 

For previous history, see No. 1621, Vol. II, of»Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Judge Advocate of the Department of the 

(BvT. Bkig.-Gener.'VL, U. S. Volunteers, Mar. 13, 1865, for "Gallant and 

Meritorious Services in the Battle of Champion Hills, Feb. 4, 1864, 

AND Meridl\n, Mis., Feb. 14, 1864") 

Platte, June 7, 1866, to July 31, 1867 : on frontier duty at Ft. Randall, Dak., 

Aug. 9, 1867, to Ajn-. 5, 1869 ; on leave of absence and awaiting orders, Apr. 5, 

(Transferred to 10th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
1869, to Feb., 1870 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Fetterman, \Vy., Mar. 2, 1870, to 
Mar. 20, 1871 ; in garrison at Lexington, Ky., Apr. 4, 1871, to Jan., 1873, on 
(Unassigned, Jvwe 24, 1869 ; and Assigned to the 
4th Inf.\ntry, Ffb. 4, 1870) 
frontier duty at Little Rock, Ark., Jan.-May, 1873,— Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., to 
Oct., 1873,— and Ft. Fetterman, Wy., to July, 1874 ; as Member of Equip- 
ment Board, Julj^ 1, to Dec. 25, 1874 ; in settling accounts, Dec. 30, 1874. to 
Apr., 1875 ; as Member of Ambulance Board, Apr. -June, 1875 ; on frontier 
duty at Ft. Fetterman, "Wy., Jixne, to July 18, 1875, — Camp Sheridan, Neb., 
to Nov., 1875,— Ft. Fetterman, Wy., Nov. 4, 1875, to Sep. 28, 1876, being 
engaged on the Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition, May 29, to Sej). 23, 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 21st Infantry, Oct. 22, 1876) 
1876 ; in command of Ft. Columbus Recruiting Depot, N. Y., Oct. 13, 1876, 
to June 29, 1877 ; as Military Attache to the IT. S. Legation, at Constantino- 
ple, Turkey, July, 1877, to Sep. 13, 1878 ; and en route to and at Ft. Town- 
send, Wash., Nov. 27, 1878, to 



1622. . . (Born Ky.) JOHN B. HOOD (Ap'd Ky.). .44 

For previous history, see No. 1622, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Engaged in Insurance Business, at New Orleans, La., 
since 18 — . 

1623. . . .(Born Ten.) JAMES A. SMITH (Ap'd at Large). .45 

For previous history, see No. 1623, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History— Farmer, 1866-77. Superintendent of Public Education 
of the State of Mississippi, since Nov. 6, 1877. 

1624 . . .(Born O.) ROBERT F. HUNTER (Ap'd O.). .46 

For previous history, see No. 1624, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Claim Agent at Washington, D. C, since 1861. 



238 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEK. 1853-54. Class Rank. 

1625. . . .(Bom Va.). . . .THOMAS M. JONES (Ap'd Va.). .47 

For previous history, see No. 1625, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of , Maryland Agricultural College, 

near Washington, D. C, since 18 — . 



1626. . . .(Born O.). ..AUGUSTUS H. PLUMMER (Ap'd Pa.). .48 

For previous history, see No. 1626, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 1866, at Shekman, Tex. : Aged 34. 

1627. . . (Bom Ten.) . JAl^S B. McINTYRE. . ., . . (Ap'd Tex.). .49 
For previous history, see No. 1627, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, May 10, 1867, at Ft. Larned, Dak. : Aged 34. 

1628. , . .(Born Mo.) LUCIUS L. RICH (Ap'd Mo.). .50 

For previous history, see No. 1628, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

KiiiLED, Mar. 7, 1862, in the Battle of Pea Ridge, Aek. : Aged 31. 

1629. . , .(Born Ten.) REUBEN R. ROSS (Ap'd Ten.). .51 

For previous history, see No. 1629, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1630 .... (Bom Ind.) .... "WILLIAM CRAIG (Ap'd Ind. ) . . 52 

For previous history, see No. 1630, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, Huerfano River, near Ft. Garland, Col., since 
1864. P. O., Bent's Fort, Col. 



CLASS OF 1854. 

1631. . . .(Born Va.) G. W. CUSTIS LEE (Ap'd at Large). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1631, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Professor of , Washington College, Va., 

1866-70. President of Washington-Lee University, since Oct. 29, 1870. 



1632. . . .(Born Mas.) HENRY L. ABBOT (Ap'd Mas.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1632, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of the Engineer Battalion, since 
June 1, 1866, — and of the Post and Engineer Depot at Willet's Point, N. Y., 
since June 12, 1868 ; as Superintending Engineer of the construction of Ft. 
Schuyler, N. Y., since June 1, 1866, — and Fort at Willet's Point, N. Y., since 
June 12, 1868 ; on detached service, under the orders of the Secretary of 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 239 



NuMBEB. 1854. Class Eank. 

the Treasury, to observe Solar Eclipse at the Island of Sicily, Oct. 7, 1870, 
to Jan. 20, 1871 ; on professional duty in Europe to make contracts for Tor- 
pedo Cable, and to examine systems of Torpedo Defense, adopted by Great 
Britain, Germany, Austria, and France, July 2, to Oct. 13, 1873 ; as Member 
of Board of Engineers to re-organize the Ponton Equipage for the U. S. 
Army, Dec. 19, 1868, to Nov. 15, 1869, — on Imjirovement of Wallaboiit Chan- 
nel, New York Navy Yard, June, 1869, — of the Board of Engineers for Fortifica- 
tions (and its Executive Officer) in matters relating to Torpedo Defense, since 
Mayo, 1869, — of Commissioners to devise a jaermanent plan for reclaiming 
the Alluvial Basin of the Mississippi, Jiily 2, 1874, to Jan. 18, 1875, — on pro- 
posed Railroad from Austin Tex., to Topolorampo, West coast of Mexico, 
Feb., 1875, — and to examine the contracts between the United States, and the 
Moline Water Power Company, Apr. 5, to June 13, 1877. 

•"* Civil History. — Member of the National Academy of Sciences, since 1872 ; 
and of the Board of Judges for the International Exhibition of 1876, at Phil- 
adeljoia. Pa., being the Chairman of Group XVI, embracing Military and 
Sporting Arms, Weapons, Explosives, &c. 



1633. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . . THOMAS H. RUGER (Ap'd Wis.) . . 3 

For previous history, see No. 1633, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of the District of Chattanooga, 
Ten., Feb. 7, to Mar. 16, 1867,— and of regiment, at Atlanta, Ga., Apr. 16, 
1867, to Jan 13, 1868 ; as Provisional Governor of the State of Georgia, Jan. 13, 
to July 4:, 1868 ; in command of the District of Alabama, July 30, 1868, to 

(Tkansfeeked to 18th Infantry, Mae. 15, 1869) 
Feb. 1, 1869,— of the Department of the South, Mar. 5, to May 31, 1869,— and 
of regiment, at Atlanta, Ga., June 4, 1869, to Aug. 19, 1870 ; as Member of 
Retiring Board, to Jan. 3, 1871 ; in command of regiment, at Atlanta, Ga., to 
Aug. 1, 1871 ; as Superintendent of the U. S. Military Academy, Sep. 1, 
1871, to Sep. 1, 1876 ; and in command of the Department of the South, 
Sep. 8, 1876, to July 1, 1878, — and of regiment and post of Atlanta, Ga., 
July 1, 1878, to 

1634. . . .(Born Me.) . .OLIVER O. HOWARD (Ap'd Me.). .4 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1634, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Commissioner of the Bureau of Refugees, 
Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, at Washington, D. C, May 12, 1865, to 

(Mustered out of Volunteer Service, Jan. 1, 1869) 
July, 1874 ; and in command of the Department of the Columbia, Sep. 1, 
1874, to , being in the field commanding the Expedition 
against the hostile Nez Perces Indians under Chief Joseph, June 1, to Oct., 
1877. 

1635. . . (Born N. H.) THOMAS J. TREAD WELL (Ap'd N. H). .5 

For previous history, see No. 1635, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Principal Assistant to the Chief of 
Ordnance, Washington, D. C, Sep. 14, 1864, to Sep. 18, 1869 (in charge, 
Nov. 9, 1868, to May 17, 1869) ; in command of Frankford Arsenal, Pa., 
Sep. 18, 1869, to June 1, 1876 ; in inspecting San Antonio Arsenal, Tex., 
Feb. 21, to Mar. 15, 1876 ; and as Member of Board to examine Officers for 
appointment to Ordnance Department, Feb., 1865, and Apr., 1866, and 
Officers for Promotion, Nov., 1865, May, 1867, June, 1874, Mar. 31-Apr. 8, 



240 GKADUATES OF THE 



Ntjmbeb. 1854. Class Rank. 



1876, — and May 20, to June 18, 1878, — on muditiciitions of 15-inch Kodman 
Gun-Carriages, Aug.-Sep., 1866, — on plans for new War Department build- 
ing, Oct. 4, 1866, and for Statue of General Scott, Mar. 23, 1867,— to test 
Major Hoiiston's Gun-Carriage, May 23, 1867, — on Sea-Coast Cannon, 
Carriages, Projectiles, etc., Dec. 12, 1867, to Jan. 4, 1868, — for altering 
Springfield Kifles, Feb. 18, 1868, —for i)urchase of certain 1.5-inch Eodman 
Guns, Jime 23-30, 1871, — for determination of caliljre of Small Arms, May 7, 
1872, to Feb. 4, 1873,- to test Galling Guns for tiank defenses of fortifications, 
May 31, to Nov. 15, 1873, and for the U. S. Service, Feb. 17, to Mar. 13, 1874,— 
on Arsenals, Dec. 23, 1873, to June 19, 1874, — of an Ordnance Board at New 
York. Aug. 29, to Sep. 3, 1874, — on defects in Metallic Cartridges, Sep. 21, 
to Oct. 3, 1874, — of Ordnance, formerly Experimental Gun Board, Oct. 10, 
1874, to , — on Eastern Arsenals with a view to concentrate Ordnance 
work, May 22, to June 28, 1875. — and to test a Sawyer Projectile, Nov. 30, to 
Dec. 9, 1877. [ 

1636. (Born D. C.) CHARLES N. TURNBULL. . ..(Ap'd at Large). .6. 
For previous history, see No. 1636, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Commission Merchant at Boston, Mas. , 1866-74. 
Died, Dec. 2, 1874, at Boston, Mas. : Aged 42. 



1637. . . .(Born Ala.) JAMES DESHLER (Apd Ala). .7 

For previous historj% see No. 1637, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 20, 1863, in the Battle of Chickam.\uga, Ga. ; Aged 30. 



1638. . . .(Born Vt.). . . .HENRY W. CLOSSON (Ap'd Vt.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1638, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on Recruiting Service, Aug. 17, 1866, to 
Jan., 1868 ; in garrison at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., to Nov., 1872, (leave of ab- 
sence. May 21, to Aug. 22, 1868),— Savannah, Ga., Nov., 1872, to Dec, 1875, 
— Plattsbiirg Barracks, N. Y., Dec, 1875, to Oct., 1876,— Edgefield, S. C, to 

(Ma.joe, 5th Aetllleey, Nov. 1, 1876) 
Nov. 18, 1876.— Tallahassee, Fla., to Dec. 9, 1876,— Plattsburg Barracks. 
N. Y., to Jan., 1877,— and Barancas, Fla., Jan. 23, 1878, to 



1639 . . (Born N. Y. ) . . JUDSON D. BINGHAM (Ap'd Ind. ) . . 9 

For previous history, see No. 1639, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Chief Quai-termaster, Department of the 
Lakes, Jan. 8, lH(i7, to Mar. 31, 1870 ; as Assistant in the Office of the Quar- 
termaster-General, at Washington, D. C, since Apr. 4, 1870, being in charge 
of the Bureau, Oct. 25, 1873, to Jan. 19, 1874, imd Jan. 28, to Felx 20, 1875 ; 

(LiEUT.-CoL. Stait — Dep. Quaktekma.stek-Genee.4.l, Mae. 18, 1875) 
and as Commissioner to audit Kansas War Accounts, Mar. 8, to Apr. 5, 1871. 



1640. . . . (Born Va.) JOHN PE6RAM (Ap'd Va.) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 1640, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mobtally Wounded in the Combat of H.4.tchee's Run, and 
Deed, Feb. (>, 1865, at Peteksbt'eg, Va. : Aged 33. 



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Number. 1854. Class Bank. 



1641. (Born N. C). CHARLES G. ROGERS (Ap'd Va.) .11 

For previous history, see No. 1641, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics and Natural Science, Giles Col- 
lege, Pulaski, Ten., since 1866. 

1642. . . .(Born Pa.). . . . THOMAS J. "WRIGHT (Apd at Large). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1642, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Apr. 30, 1857, near Chicago, III. : Aged 24. 



1643. . . .(Born Va.). . . JAMES E. B. STUART (Ap'd Va.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1643, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Yellow Tavern, Va., and 
Died, May 12, 1864 : Aged 31. 



1644. . . .(BornN. Y. )... ARCHIE ALD GRACIE (Ap'd N. J.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1644, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Dec. 2, 1864, before Petersburg, Va. : Aged 32. 

1645 .... (Born N. Y.) JOHN R. SMEAD (Ap'd at Large) . . 15 

For previous history, see No. 1645, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Aug. 30, 1862, in the Battle of Manassas, Va. : Aged 32. 



1646 . (Born Nov. Sco. ) . MICHAEL R. MORGAN (Ap'd La. ) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 1646, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief of Commissariat, Department of the 
Missouri, May 28, 1866, to Nov. 11, 1873 ; as Purchasing and Depot Commis- 
sary, at New York City, Nov. 30, 1873, to May 10, 1877 ; as Chief of Com- 
missariat, Department of Dakota, May 12, 1877, to 



1647.... (Born S. C.) STEPHEN D. LEE (Ap'd S. C.)..17 

For previous history, see No. 1647, Vol. n, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, Columbus, Mis., since 18 — . 

1648. . . . (Born Va.) MILTON T. CARR (Ap'd Va.) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 1648, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1649 .... (Born N. C. ) . . . WILLIAM D. PENDER (Ap'd N. C. ) . . 19 

For previous history, see No. 1649, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 3, 1863, in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. : Aged 29. 
16 



242 GKADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1854. Class Eank. 



1650. . ..(Born N. Y.). .LOOMIS L. LANGDON (Ap'd N. Y.).20 

For previous history, see No. 1650, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on leave of absence in Europe, Apr. 20, to 
Oct. 20, 1867 ; in garrison at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., (commanding battery), 
Oct. 21, 1867, to Mar. 17, 1871, being detached at various times on special ser- 
vices,— Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y., and on Court Martial duty. Mar. 18, 1871, 
to Oct. 29, 1872,— and David's Island Rendezvous, N. Y., Oct. -Nov., 1872 ; in 
command of Ft. Jefterson, Fla., Nov. 17, 1872, to Jan. 1, 1874, (Yellow Fever, 
Sep. 6, -Oct. 8, 1873), — and of company at Barrancas Barracks, Fla., Jan. 4, 
1874, to Oct. 5, 1875, (Yellow Fever, July 20, -Aug. 25, 1875), being engaged 
during Election Disturbances at New Orleans, La., and Mobile, Ala., Sep. 17, 
to Dec. 4, 1874 ; on leave of absence, Oct. 6, to Dec. 27, 1875 ; in garrison at 
Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Dec. 29, 1875, to Oct., 1876,— in South Carolina during 
Election Disturbances, Oct. 20, 1876, to Feb. 4, 1877,— and Ft. Trumbull, Ct., 
Mar. 8, 1877, to , being detached to varioias jjoints in Pennsylvania, 
and engaged with his command in sujapressing Eailroad Riots, July 23, to 
Oct. 25, 1877. 

1651. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN T. GREBLE (Ap'd Pa.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1651, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Killed, June 10, 1861, in the Action of Big Bethel, Va. : Aged 27. 



1652 ...(Born S. C.)...JOHN B. VILLEPIGUE (Ap'd S. C.)..22 

For previous history, see No. 1652, Vol. 11, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Nov., 1862, at Poet Hudson, La. : Aged 32. 



1653... (Born Vt.) HENRY A. SMALLEY (Ap'd Vt.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1653, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1654. . . .(Born Pa.) SAMUEL KINSEY (Ap'd Pa.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1654, Vol. 11, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, July 14, 1855, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 21. 



1655. . . .(Born Ga.) ABNER SMEAD (Ap'd Ga.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1655, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Teacher of Mathematics, University of Virginia, 1866-68. 
Physician in Virginia, 1866-77, and in California, since 1877. Professor of 
Mathematics and Natural Science, St. Augustine College, Benicia, Cal., 
since Jan., 1877. 

1656. . . .(Born N. Y.) .OLIVER D. GREENE (Ap'd N. Y.). 26 

For previous history, see No. 1656, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Adjutant General of the Department of the 
Arkansas, Sep. 3, 1866, to Jan. 9, 1868, and Secretary for Civil Aft'airs in the 
Fourth Military District, Mar. 26, 1867, to Jan. 9, 1868, -of the Department 
of Dakota, Jan. 30, 18()8, to Jan. 3, 1876,— of the Department of the Gnlf, 
Jan. 10, 1876, to July 1, 1878,— and of the Department of the South, July 1, 
1868, to 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 243 



Number. 1854. Class Eank. 



1657 (Born N. Y. ) . . . STEPHEN H. WEED (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 27 

For previous history, see No. 1657, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 2, 1863, in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. : Aged 30. 



1658 ... (Born N. Y. ) . E. FRANKLIN TOWNSEND. . (Apd Wis. ) . . 28 
For previous history, see No. 1658, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of company at Paducah, Ky., 
Mar.. 1867, to Aug. 29, 1868,— and of 25th Infantry, and District of Mein- 

(Majoe, 27th Infantry, June 22, 1868) 
phis. Ten., May 31, to Aug., 1867 ; on leave of absence, A\ig.-Dec., 1868 ; on 
frontier duty at Omaha, Neb., Dec. 8, 1868, to Mar., 1869, — in command of 
battalion. Mar. -June, 1869, and Sep., 1870, to Sep., 1872, —Ft. Sedgwick, 

(Transferred to 9th Infantry, Mar. 15, 1869) 
Col., Mar., 1869, to Sep., 1870 (in command to June, 1869), — Omaha Barracks, 
Neb. (in command) Sep., 1870, to Sep., 1872, — and Camp Stambaugh, Wy., 
June 10, to Sep. 28, 1871 : on Disbursing duty at Vicksburg, Mis., Sep., 
1872, to Apr. 26, 1873 ; on frontier duty on Yellowstone Expedition with 
battalion of 8th and 9th Infantry, May 24, to Oct. 9, 1873,— at Omaha, Neb., 
Oct., 1873, to Mar., 1874:, — en route to and at Spotted Tail Agency, Dak., to 
Sep., 1874,— and Camp Sheridan, Neb., Sep. 3, 1874, to Feb., 1875 ; on leave 
of absence, Feb. -Oct., 1875 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Laramie, Wy., Oct. 24, 
1875, to Nov. 7, 1876, — in command of regiment May 5, to Nov. 7, 1876, — on 
Powder River Expedition, Nov. 7, 1876, to Jan. 26, 1877,— and Omaha Bar- 
racks, Neb., Jan. 26, 1877, to 



1659. . . .(Born Ala.). . ALFRED B. CHAPMAN (Ap'd Ala.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1659, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Counsellor at Law, Los Angeles, Cal., since 1862. 



1660. . . .(Born Va.) . . . .GEORGE A. GORDON . . . .(Ap'd at Large). .30 
For previous history, see No. 1660, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on Recruiting Seiwice, Aug. 5, 1866, to Dec, 
1867 ; on leave of absence, to Feb., 1868 ; on frontier duty at Ft. McKavett, 

(Major, 4th Cavalry, Nov. 1, 1867) 
Tex., to Aug., 1868,— Ft. Concho, Tex., to Mar., 1869,— Austin, Tex., to May, 
1869, — Jefferson, Tex., Member of Commission, in ai-rest, and awaiting 
orders, to Oct., 1869,— Austin, Tex., in arrest, Oct., 1869,— Ft. Griffin, Tex. 
(undergoing sentence of siispension to July 1, 1870), to Dec, 1870 ; and 

(Unassigned, Dec. 15, 1870) 
awaiting orders to Jan. 1, 1871. 

Honorably Mustered out of Service, Jan. 1, 1871. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

Military History. — Served : under the orders of the Treasury Depart 

(Re-appointed in the Army, as Major, 5th Cavalry, Feb. 10, 1873) 

ment at Galveston, Tex., to Mar. 3, 1873 ; on frontier duty at Benicia, Cal., 

to Sep. 4, 1874 ; Camp Halleck, Nev., to Feb. 4, 1873,— and Camp Grant, 

Ara., to Oct. 19, 1874 ; on leave of absence, to July 13, 1875 ; as Member of 

Board at Washington, D. C, to examine candidates for appointments to 



244 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1854. Class Rank. 

Second Lieiitenants, to Oct. 19, 1875; on frontier duty at Camp Supply, I, T., 
Nov. 11, 1875, to July 19, 1876,— Scouting and at Camp Custer, Nev., to 
Nov. 1, 1876,— and on Powder Eiver Expedition, to Dec. 4, 1876 ; under 
orders of the Lieut. -General at Washington, D. C, to Mar. 27, 1877 ; and on 
frontier duty at Sidney Barracks, Neb., from Apr. 3, 1877, to 

Died, Oct. 26, 1878, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 45. 

1661. . . .(Born 111.) JOHN O. LONG (Ap'd at Large). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1661, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Barrack-Master, Tampa, Fla., 1873-75. 

Died, Ape. 3, 1875, at Tampa, Fla. : Aged 42. 



1662. . . .(Born Ala.). . ..BENJAMIN F. DAVIS (Ap'd Mis.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1662, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, June 9, 1863, in the Combat of Beverly Ford, Va. : Aged 31. 



1663... (Born Canada.) JAMBS WRIGHT (Ap'd N. Y.)..33 

For previous history, see No. 1663, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 26, 1857, at Albuquerque, N. M. : Aged 28. 



1664. . . . (Born Va.) 'WATBRMAN PALMBR (Ap'd Pa.) . 34 

For previous history, see No. 1664, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 18, 1855, at Ft. Moultrie, S. C. : Aged 23. 



1665. . . . (Born Pa.) ... . DAVID P. HANCOCK (Ap'd Pa.) . . 35 

For previous history, see No. 1665, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on Recruiting Service, July 28, 1866, to Dec, 
1867 : in garrison at Ft. Marion, Fla., Jan. -Apr., 1868, — Hornersville, Ga., 
Apr., 1868, — Mariana, Fla., Apr. -Aug., 1868, — and Jacksonville, Fla., to Apr., 
1869 ; in arrest Sep., 1868, to Jan 19, 1869 ; on frontier duty at Camp Doug- 
las, Utah, May 25, 1869, to May 1870,— and Ft. Ellis, Mon.," to Nov. 18, 1874, 
being in arrest and undergoing sentence. May 30, 1873, to Oct., 1874 ; in 

(Major, 2d Infantry, Oct. 24, 1874) 
command of Mobile, Ala., Dec. 14, 1874, to Aug., 1875, — Mount Vernon Bar- 
racks, Ala., to Nov. 18, 1875,— Mobile, Ala., to Jan., 1876,— Mount Vernon 
Barracks, Ala., to Sep. 8, 1876, — and Atlanta, Ga., to July, 1877 ; on frontier 
duty at Lewiston, I. T., July, 1877,— Ft. Lapwai, I. T., to Oct. 7, 1877,— and 
Camp Howard, I. T., Oct. 16, 1877, to 



1666. . . (Born D. C.).SAMUBL T. SHBPPBRD (Ap'd N. C). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1666,' Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 27, 1855, at Ft. Leavenworth, K.4.N. : Aged 24. 

1667. . . .(Born S. C). .WILLIAM M. DAVANT (Ap'd S. C). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1667, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Drowned, Oct. 1, 1855, in the Rio Gr.-ujde, Tex. : Aged 24. 



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NuMBEB. 1854. Class Eank. 



1668 . (Born Me.) CHARLES G. SAWTELLE (Ap'd Me.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1668, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of 
the Gulf, Aug. 15, 1866, to Apr. 1, 1867,— and of Fifth Military District, 
Apr. 11, to Aug. 31, 1867 ; in charge of Clothing Depot, and Assistant to the 
Depot Quartermaster, at New York City, Sep. 9, 1867, to Apr. 10, 1869 ; as 
Chief Quartermaster of the Department of California, May 4, 1869, to Aug. 15, 
1872, — of Third Quartermaster's District, Department of the East, Aug, 23, 

1872, to Oct. 31, 1873,— of Third District, Division of the Atlantic, Nov. 1, 

1873, to Julv 7, 1874,— and of First District, July 15, 187-4, to Oct. 31, 1876 ; 
as Post Quartermaster, New York City, Oct. 31, 1876, to Nov. 10, 1877 ; and 
as Chief Quartermaster, Department of the East, Nov. 10, 1877, to Mar. 25, 
1878,— and of the Department of the Columbia, May 14, 1878, to 



1669. . . .(Born Ten.) LEVI L. WADE (Ap'd Ten.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1669, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 13, 1854, at Flokence, Ala. : Aged 21. 



1670. . . .(Born Ga.) JOHN T. MERCER (Ap'd Ga.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 1670, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Apk. 19, 1864, in the Attack on Plymouth, N. C. : Aged 31. 



1671. . . .(Born R. I.) ZENAS R. BLISS (Ap'd R. 1). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1671, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Sei-ved : on Recruiting Service, Sep., 1866, to Sep., 
(Majoe, 30th Infantry, Aug. 6, 1867) 
1867 ; in command of Fts. Jackson and St. Philip, La., Feb. 4, 1868, to 
Feb., 1869 ; in gamson at Ship Island, Mis., Feb. -Apr., 1869, — Jackson 

(Teansfeeeed to 25th Infantey, Mae. 15, 1869) 
Barracks, La., Apr., 1869, — Ship Island, Mis., to Aug., 1869, — Jackson Bar- 
racks, La., to Dec, 1869,— Ship Island, Mis., Dec. 30, 1869, to Apr., 1870,— 
and Fts. Jackson and St. Philip, La., to July, 1870 ; on frontier duty in 
command of Ft. Duncan, Tex., July 5, 1870, to Apr. 5, 1872,— Ft. Stock- 
ton, Tex., May 20, 1872, to Mar. 17, 1873,— Ft. Davis, Tex., and command of 
regiment, Mar. 21, 1873, to Apr. 13, 1874, — and in command of Prisoners to 
Austin, Tex., to May 12, 1874 ; on leave of absence, Mav 12, 1874, to Mar. 24, 
1875 ; in command 'of Ft. Bliss, Tex., Apr. 5, 1875, to Apr. 4, 1876,— Ft. 
Davis, Tex., Apr. 14, to Dec. 1, 1876,— Ft. Bliss, Tex., Dec. 13, 1876, to 
Jan., 1877,— and Ft. Davis, Tex., to Apr. 2, 1877 ; as Member of Board for 
examination of horses, at San Antonio, Tex., to July, 1877 ; on frontier duty 
at Ft. Clark, Tex., July 21, 1877, to Feb. 28, 1878 ; on leave of absence to 
Oct. 1, 1878 ; and in command of David's Island Depot, N. Y., Oct. 2, 1878, to 



1672. . . (Born 0.) EDGAR O'CONNOR (Ap'd Wis.). .42 

For previous history, see No. 1672, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Aug. 28, 1862, in the Combat of Geoveton, Va. : Aged 29, 



246 GEADUATES OE THE 



Number. 1854-55. Class Bank. 



1673. . . .(Born Ten.) JOHN MULLINS.. (Ap'd Mis.). .43 

For previous history, see No. 1673, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1674 .... (Born Pa. ) . . .DAVID H. BROTHERTON (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 44 

For previoiis history, see No. 1674, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Albuquerque, N. M., Aug. 12, 
1866, to Aug., 1867 : on frontier duty at Ft. Union, N. M., Aug., 1867,— Ft. 
Barker, Kan., Nov. 7, 1867, to May, 1868,— and Ft. Riley, Kan., to June 3, 
1868 ; on leave of absence, June 3, to Dec. 29, 1868 ; on frontier duty at 
Camp near Ft. Dodge, Kan., to Mar., 1869, — and Ft. Harker, Kan., to June, 
1871, being on Court Martial at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Jan. 3, to July, 1870 ; 
on leave of absence, Feb. 1, to Apr. 14, 1871 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Leaven- 
worth, Kan., to July 24, 1876, being in command of regiment, July 18, to 
Dec. 4, 1873, (leave of absence, Jan. 1-May 3, 1872, on Court Martial, at 
Santa Fe, N. M., July 6-Dec., 1872, and on tour of Inspection in New 
Mexico, June 14, to Sep. 18, 1874) ; on sick leave of absence. May 19, to 
Nov., 1875, and July, 24, 1876, to Mav 31, 1877 ; and on frontier duty at 
Ft. Keogh, Mon., June 27, 1877, to 



1675. . . .(Bom Ten.) HORACE RANDAL (Ap'd Tex.). .45 

For previous history, see No. 1675, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Ape. 30, 1864, in the Battle of Jenkin's Ferry, Ark. : Aged 31. 



1676. . . .(Born O.) JOHN McCLEARY (Ap'd O.). .46 

For previous history, see No. 1676, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison (in command) at Newberrv, S. C, 
May 6, 1867, to Dec, 1867,— and Charleston, S. C, to Feb. 25, 1868. 
Died, Feb. 25, 1868, at Charleston, S. C. : Aged 36. 



CLASS OF 1855. 

1677 .... (Born Mas. ) . . . CYRUS B. COMSTOCK (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 1 

For previous history, see No. 1677, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Aid-de-Camp to the General-in-Chief com- 
manding the Armies of the United States, Headquarters, Washington, D. C, 
July 25, 1866, to May 3, 1870 ; as Superintending Engineer of the Geodetic 
Survey of the Northern and Northwestern Lakes,' May 12, 1870, to July, 1874, 
Jan. 16, 1875, to June 17, 1877, and since June 25, 1878 ; on professional duty 
in Europe examining the Improvement of Deltas of great Rivers, July to 
Nov. 19, 1874 ; as Superintending Engineer to examine the progress of the 
Eads" Jetties at the motith of the Mississippi, Apr., 1875, to May 28, 1877 ; 
on leave of absence in Europe June 17, 1877, to June 11, 1878 ; as Member 
of Board on site of Harbor of Refuge in Lake Huron, Oct., 1871, to July 18, 
1872,— on bridging the Channel between Lake Huron and Lake Erie, Mar.- 
Dec. 24, 1873,— on Improvement of Buttalo Harbor, N. Y., Dec. 10, 1873, to 
Mar. 23, 1874,— on Improvement of the Mouth of the Mississippi, July, 1874, 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 247 



Number. 1855. Class Bane. 

to Jan. 13, 1875, — on Cleveland Breakwater, Apr. 21, to June 14, 1875, — and 
on Improvement of Low-water Navigation of the Mississippi Kiver, July 8, 
1878, to 



1678. . . .(Born 0.) GODFREY WEITZEL (Ap'd 0.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1678, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Sui^erintending Engineer of the construc- 
tion of Fts. Knox and Popham, Me., 1866, — of Survey and Improvement of 
the Falls of the Ohio River, since -June, 1867, — of Improvement and Survey 
of Tennessee River, Aug., 1867, to May 25,1871, — of Improvement of Ohio 
River, July-Sep., 1869, — of Survey and Improvement of Cumberland River, 
July, 1870, to May 2, 1873, and of Wabash River, July, 1870, to Apr. 15, 
1873,— of Survey of French Broad River, July, 1870, to May 25, 1871,— of the 
Eleventh Lighthouse District, May 1, 1873, to May 15, 1878, and since Oct. 1, 
1878, — of St. Mary's Falls Canal, and various Surveys and Improvements of 
Rivers and Harbors in Eastern Michigan, May 1, 1873, to Apr., 1878, and 
since Oct. 1, 1878, — and of the Management and Repairs of the Louisville and 
Portland Canal, since June 11, 1874 ; on leave of absence in Europe, May 15, 
to Sep. 15, 1878 : and as Member of Board of Engineers on certain Harbor 
Improvements on Lakes Michigan and Superior, June, 1870, — on bridging 
the Ohio, Nov., 1870, to Apr. 19, 1871, and Oct., 1877,— to consider plans of 
Bridge over Ohio, between Cincinnati and Newport, Aug., 1871, — on 
Brunot's plan for Moveable Gates for Chutes and Locks, Apr. 24, 1872, to 
Jan. 14, 1873, — on Bridge across the Mississippi, at La Crosse, Wis., 
July 15-29, 1872, Jan. 13-19, 1875, and Aug., 1877,— on Bridge over the 
Missouri, at Nebraska City, Jan. 20-31, 1873, — to consider the practicability 
of Bridging the Channel between Lake Huron and Lake Erie, Mar. 7, to 
Dec. 24, 1873, — on the ai^plication of Appropriations for Dredging Bay of 
Superior, etc., Apr., 1873, — on proposed Bridge across the Mississippi at 
Louisiana, Mo., June 16-21, 1873, — upon Acceptance of Land at Presque 
Isle, Pa., July, 1873, — on Ship Canal to unite the Lower Mississippi with 
Gulf of Mexico, July 25, 1873, to Feb. 14, 1874,— on construction of St. Louis 
Bridge across the MississijJiDi, Sep. 3-12, 1873, — on James River and Kanawha 
Canal project, Feb. 4, to May 8, 1874, — on the preservation of the Falls of 
St. Anthony, Apr. 14-20, 1874, — on removal of North Pier of Railroad Bridge 
between Rock Island and Davenport, Oct., 1874, — on Bridge across the 
MississiiDjii, near Clinton, la., Oct., 1874, — on Site for Moveable Dam on the 
Ohio, Apr. 14-24, 1875,— on Des Moines Canal Locks, May, 1875,— on the 
Improvement of the Ohio River, Feb. 20-24, 1877, — on modification of 
plan for Harbor at Michigan City, Mar., 1877, — on the Improvement of 
the Wabash River, June, 1877, — and on Bridge across the Ohio, at Beaver, 
Pa., Aug., 1877. 

Civil History. — Member of Commission to Devise Protection of New 
Orleans Wharves against Encroachments of the Mississippi River, 1878. 



1679. . . , (Born Pa.) . . . CORNELIUS VAN CAMP (Ap'd Pa.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1679, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Oct. 1, 1858, m the Combat neae Wichita Village, Tex. : Aged 24. 



1680 (Born Mas.). ..GEORGE H. ELLIOT (Ap'd Mas.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1680, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the con- 
struction of fort at Fort Point, Cal., Jan. 1, 1867, to Feb., 1870^— and of Sur- 



248 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1855. Class Rank. 



veys of San Francisco Peninsula, June 1, 1867, .to Apr., 1869 ; as Member of 
the Pacific Board of Engineers, Dec. 4, 1866, to Feb., 1870 ; as Engineer 
Secretary of Lighthouse Board, Apv. 12, 1870, to May 21, 1874 (Insj^ecting 
Lighthouse systems in Europe, Apr. 28, to Sep. 11, 1873) ; in charge of 
Washington Aqueduct, Nov. 15, 1870, to Oct. 13, 1871 ; as Assistant to the 
Chief of Engineers, at Washington, D. C, since May 21, 1874. 

Civil History. — Author of "Lighthovise Establishments in Europe," 
1874 ; and of " The Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.," 1874. 



1681. . (Born N. C). JUNIUS B. 'WHEELER (Ap'dN. C.) .5 

For previous history, see No. 1681, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Siiperintending Engineer of various Har- 
bor and River Improvements on Lakes Michigan and Superior, June 11, 1866, 
to Feb. 21, 1870,— and of the Eleventh Lighthouse District (Lake Michigan), 
Dec, 1868, to Mar. 24, 1870 ; as Assistant to the Chief of Engineers, at 
Washington, D. C, Feb.. 1870, to Oct. 10, 1871 ; as Member of Board of 
Engineers on Improvement of Buffalo Harbor, N. Y., and Harbor of Refuge 
at New Buffalo, Lake Michigan, Jan., 1868, — on Improvement of Erie Har- 
bor, Pa., Mar. 5-28, 1868,— on Improvement of Lake Michigan Harbors, 
May, 1869,— and on Improvement of Saugatuck Harbor, Mich., July, 1869 ; 

(PkOFESSOE of ENCxrNEEEING, U. S. MiLITAEY AcADEMT, SeP. 16, 1871) 

and at the Military Academy as Professor of Civil and Militarv Engineering, 
and the Science of War, since Oct. 10, 1871. 



1682. . . .(Born N. H). . .EBENEZER GAY (Ap'd N. H). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1682, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in garrison at Nashville, Ten., Oct. 16, 1866, 
to Apr. 1867,— Columbus, Mis., to Nov., 1867,— Galveston, Tex., to June, 

(Major, 17th Ineantey, Sep. 16, 1867) 

1868,— and Austin, Tex., to Apr. 30, 1869; and awaiting orders to Jiine 3, 1869. 

(Unassigned, Ape. 30, 1869) 

Cashieeed, June 3, 1869, foe "Deunkenness on Duty," and 

' ' ITnofficerlike Conduct. " 

Military History.— Reappointed in the Army, Jan. 24, 1870, with his 
former rank, and 

HoNOEABLY MuSTERED OUT OF SEE\^CE, JaN. 1, 1871. 

Died, Sep. 11, 1871, at Nashua, N. H. : Aged 39. 



1683 . . (Born Mas.) SAMUEL BRECK (Ap'd Mas.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1683, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant in the Adjutant-General's Office, 
Washington, D. C, in charge of Rolls, Returns, Books, Blanks and Business 
pertaining to the Enlisted men of the Regular and Volunteer Forces, and of 
the Records of discontinued cominands and the preparation and publication 
of the Volunteer Army Register. July 2, 1862, to June 5, 1870 ; as Assistant 
Adjutant-Cieneral of the Divisiim of the Pacific, headquarters San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., June 15, to Aug. 3, 1870, and Aug. 15, 1876, to May 10, 1877,— 
and of the Department of California, Aug. 3, 1870, to Aug. 15,' 1876 (leave 
of absence July 8, to Nov. 7, 1874); as Mustering and Disbursing Officer, 
at San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 30, 1870, to Sep. 29, 1876 ; on Special Duty in 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 249 



Number. 18.5.5. Class Rank. 



connection with the Recruiting Service in the Division of the Pacific, 
SejD. 19, 1876, to Maj' 10, 1877 ; as Member of the Retiring Board, at San 
Francisco, Cal., Sep. 19, 1876, to Jan. 9, 1877 ; on leave of absence, May 10, 
to Aug. 1, 1877 ; awaiting orders, Aug. 1, to Nov. 8, 1877 ; as Adjutant-Gen- 
eral of the Department of the East, headquarters New York City, Nov. 10, to 
Dec. 21, 1877 ; and as Assistant in the Adjutant-General's Office, Washing- 
ton, D. C, since Dec. 24, 1877. 



1684. . . (Born Pa.) DAVID McM. GREGG (Ap'd Pa.). .8 

For previous historj^, see No. 1684, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Farmer, near Milford, Del., 1865-74. United States 
Consul at Prague, Bohemia, Feb. 3, to June 28, 1874. Residence, Read- 
ing, Pa. 



1685. .(Born Mo.) FREDERICK L. CHILDS (Ap'd at Large). 

For previous history, see No. 1685, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — In Shipping Business, New York City, since 18 — . 



1686 .... (Born N. Y. ) . .JOHN V. D. DU BOIS (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 10 

For previoiTS history, see No. 1686, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Bascom, N. M., Mar. 24, 
1867, to Apr., 1868,— and Ft. Bayard, N. M., May 6, 1868, to Apr. 13, 1869 ; 
in arrest and on trial, May 20, to Dec, 1868, and Jan. 23, to Apr., 1869 ; on 
frontier duty at Ft. Craig, N. M., Apr. 22, to June 23, 1869 ; on leave of 

(Majoe, 3d Cavalry, Mat 6, 1869) 
absence, June 2, 1869, to Jan. 9, 1870 ; on frontier duty in command of Ft. 
Selden, N. M., Feb. 1-24, 1870, — of five companies, 3d Cavalry, en route to 
Arizona, Feb. 25, to Mar. 12, 1870,— and of Camp Grant, Ara., Mar. 18, to 
June 14, 1870 ; on sick leave of absence, June 14, to Oct. 7, 1870 ; ordered 
before Retiring Board, Oct. 7, 1870, and to join regiment, Jan. 23, 1871 ; in 
command of Camp Hualpai, Ara., Apr. 15, to Sep. 12, 1871 ; on sick leave of 
absence, Sep. 12, 1871, to Mar. 15, 1872 ; on special duty at Omaha, Neb., 
Mar. 15, to May 2, 1872 ; on frontier duty at Ft. McPherson, Neb., May 2, 
1872, to June 24, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence, June 24, to Dec. 23, 1873 ; 
on frontier duty at Ft. McPherson, Neb., Dec. 29, 1873, to Oct. 4, 1874,— Ft. 
D. A. Russell, Wy., Oct. 4, 1874, to Apr. 8, 1875 ; on sick leave of absence, 
Apr. 8, to Aiig. 16, 1875 ; on special duty at Omaha, Neb., Aug. 16, to Sep. 2, 
1875 ; and on frontier duty at Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., Sep. 2, 1875, to 
Feb. 22, 1876, when he was ordered before the Retiring Board. 

Retired from Active Service, May 17, 1876, for Disability 
contracted est the line of duty. 



1687. . . .(Born Pa.) . . , .MICHAEL P. SMALL (Ap'd Pa.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1687, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Commissary, Department of the 
Cumberland, Mar. 16, 1867, to July 26, 1869,— and Purchasing and Depot 
Commissary, at Louisville, Ky., Dec. 1, 1866, to July 26, 1869 ; in settling 
accounts at Washington, D. C, to Sep.. 1869 ; as Chief Commissaiy, Depart- 
ment of California, and Purchasing and Depot Commissarj' at San FranciscOj 



250 GEADUATES OF THE 



NxjMBEB. 1855. Class Rank. 

Cal., Sep. 30, 1869, to Dec. 12, 1872 ; as Chief Commissary, Department 
of Arizona at Prescott, Ara., Feb. 20, 1873, to May 25, 1875, and Acting 

(Ma.tor, Staff — Commissary of Subsistence, June 23, 1874) 
Chief Quartermaster, June 23, to May 10, 1874 ; and Purchasing and Depot 
Commissary, Chicago, 111., June 25, 1875, to 



1688 . (Bom La.). .FRANCIS R. T. NICHOLLS (Ap'd La.) .12 

For previous history, see No. 1688, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Counsellor at Law, Napoleon ville, La., 1866-77. Gover- 
nor of the State of Louisiana, since 1877. 



1689 . (Born N. Y.). .ALEXANDER S. WEBB (Ap'd N. Y.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1689, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Principal Assistant Professor of Geography, 
History, and Ethics, at the Military Academy, July 1, 1866, to Aug. 31, 1868 ; 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 44th Infantry, July 28, 1866) 
in command of regiment, at Lincoln Barracks, D. C, to Apr. 2, 1869, — and 

(Unassigned Mar. 30, 1869) 
of First Military District (Virginia), with his brevet rank, Apr. 2-20, 1869 ; 
and awaiting orders, to Dec. 3, 1870. 

Honorably Discharged, at his own Request, Dec. 3, 1870. 

Civil History. — President of the College of the City of New York, since 
July 21, 1869. Degree of LL.D., conferred by Hobart College, N. Y., 1870. 



1690. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . . JOHN W. TURNER (Ap'd 111.) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 1690, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Purchasing and Depot Commissary at St. 
Louis, Mo., Oct. 31, 1866, to Feb., 1871 ; en route to San Francisco, Cal., 
and on leave of absence to May, 1871 ; on temporary duty under the direc- 
tion of the Commissioner of Indian Atiairs to Sep. 4, 1871. 
Resigned, Sep. 4, 1871. 

Civil History. — President of Bogy Lead Mining Company, since 1872. 
Street Commissioner and Member of the Board of Public Improvements of 
the City of St. Louis, Mo., since Sep. 4, 1877. 



1691. . . .(Born Ind.). . .FRANCIS A. SHOUP (Ap'd Ind.). .15 

For iDrevious history, see No. 1691, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 18 — to 
18 — . Professor of Mathematics, University of the South, 18 — . 
Died, 1876, at Savannah, Ga. : Aged 42. 

1692 . . . (Born Ga.) JOHN R. CHURCH (Ap'd Ga.) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 1692, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jan. 8, 1863, at Columbia., S. C. : Aged 31. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 251 



Ntjmbbb. 1855. Class Bank. 



1693 ... (Born Vt. ) . . ALBERT V. COLBURN (Ap'd Vt. ) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 1693, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, June 17. 1863, at St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 32. 



1694. . . .(BornN. Y.). .. .JAMES WHEELER (Ap'd N. Y.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1694, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Teacher. Yonkers, N. Y., 18 — to 18— ; and in France, 
since 18 — . 

1695. . . .(Born N. Y.)... GEORGE D. RITGGLES (Ap'd N. Y.) .19 

For previous history, see No. 1695, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Adjutant General of the Department of the 
Lakes, Aug. 23, 1866, to Jan. 15, 1868, — of the Department of the East, 
Feb. 14, to June 1, 1868,— of the Department of the Platte, June 30, 1868, to 
Jan., 1876, — and of the Department of Dakota, Jan. 3. 1876, to 



1696. , . (Born Pa.) LE"WIS MERRILL (Ap'd Pa.). .20 

For previoi;s history, see No. 1696, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Acting Assistant Inspector-General of the 
Department of the Platte, Sep. 17, 1866, to Sep. 1, 1868, and Acting Judge 

(Major, 7th Cavauit, Nov. 27, 1868) 
Advocate to Mar. 1, 1869 ; on frontier duty at Camp, near Ft. Hays, Kan., 
Apr. 22, to June, 1869, — as Judge Advocate of Courts Martial at Ft. Harker, 
Kan., and at Sante Fe, N. M., to Nov., I860,— Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Nov. 30, 
1869, to July, 1870, — en route to General Custer's command in the field in 
Kansas, July, 1870, — in command of Artillery Detachment of Custer's com- 
mand, to Oct. 13, 1870, — and in command of troops in South Eastern Kansas, 
Ft. Scott, Kan., Nov. 9, 1870, to Mar., 1871 ; in garrison at Yorkville, S. C, 
Mar., 1871, to June 4, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence to Aug., 1874 ; on fron- 
tier duty at Ft. Rice, Dak., Aug.-Sep., 1874, — and at Shreveport, La., in 
command of District of Upper Red River, Oct. 13, 1874, to Jan. 29, 1876 ; 
on duty with Centennial Commission, at Philadelphia, Pa,, Mar, 22, to Nov., 
1876 ; and on frontier duty at Ft. Lincoln, Dak., Dec. 29, 1876, to May, 1877, 
— on Yellowstone Expedition to Oct., 1877, — at Ft. Lincoln, Dak., Oct. 26, 
1877, to July 4, 1878,— Scouting and at Bear Butte, Dak., to Nov.. 1878,— 
and at Standing Rock, Ark., Nov. 24, 1878, to 



1697. . . (Born Del.) ALFRED T. A. TORBERT (Ap'd Del.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1697, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil Historv. — United States Minister to the Central American States, 
Apr. 21, 1869, to July 10, 1871. U. S. Consul General at Havana, Cuba, 
July 10. 1871. to Nov. 6, 1873, and at Paris, France, Nov. 6, 1873, to May, 

1878. 



1698. . . . (Born Me.). . CHARLES W. THOMAS. . . (Ap'd at Large). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1698, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Depot Quartermaster at St, Louis, Mo., 
Oct. 20, 1866, to Feb. 21, 1870,— Depot and Post Quartermaster at Ft. Mon- 



252 GRADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEK. 1855. Class Eank. 

roe, Va., Mar. 1, to Dec. 23, 1870 : and in settling his accounts, at Washing- 
ton, D. C, Jan. 15, to May 31, 1872. 

Resigned, May 31, 1872. 
Civil History. — Residence, Washington, D. C. 



1699. . . .(Born Me.) JAMES H. HILL (Ap'd N. Y.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1699, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Residence, Wilmington, N. C. 



1700 . . (Born Pa.) EDWARD L. HARTZ. . (Ap'd Pa.). .24 

For previous historj', see No. 1700, Vol. n, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Reno, Dak., Jan.- 
July, 1867,— Ft. C. F. Smith, Mar., to June, 1868,— Ft. Phil. Kearny, Dak., 
to Aug. 23, 1868,— and Ft. Sully, Dak., to Nov. 11, 1868. 

Died, Nov. 11, 1868, at Ft. Sully, Dak. : Aged 37. 



1701 . .(Born N. Y.) . .CLARENCE E. BENNETT (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 25 

For previous history, see No. 1701, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Quartermaster and Commissary diity at 
Camp McDowell, Ara., Dec, 1866, to Mar., 1867 ; on leave of absence. 
Mar.-Dec, 1867 ; in garrison at Galveston, Tex., Dec. 8, 1867, to Mar., 1868 ; 
on Court Martial at San Antonio, Tex., Mar. 13, to June 26, 1868 ; as Acting 
Assistant Inspector-General, District of Texas, July 1, to Aug. 10, 1868, — and 
of Fifth Military District, Aug. 10, 1868, to Apr. 10, 1869 ; on Registering 
duty in First Military District to June, 1869 ; in garrison at Winchester, Va., 
June 1, 1869, to Feb. 1870,— and Raleigh, N. C. to Apr., 1870; on frontier 
duty, en route to Ft. Sully, Dak., Apr., 1870, — at Grand River Agencv, Dak., 
May, 1870, to June, 1872,— en route to Ft. Rice, Dak., June, 1872,— on' Yellow- 
stone Expedition, July-Sep., 1872,— Ft. Rice, Dak., to Oct., 1873,— Ft. 
Abercrombie, Dak., to Aug., 1876, — and at Standing Rock Agency, Dak., to 
Nov., 1876 ; as Member of Prison Board, Dec. 16, 1876, to Jan. 24, 1877 ; on 
leave of absence to Mar. 31, 1877 ; on frontier duty at Standing Rock 
Agency, Dak., Apr. 25, to Dec, 1877,— at Ft. Snelling, Min., Dec, 1877, to 
Oct. 10, 1878,— and Ft. Sisseton, Dak., Oct. 16, to Dec 18, 1878 ; and on 
detached service, Dec. 18, 1878, to 



1702. . . (Born N. Y.). .WILLIAM W. AVERELL. . (Ap'd N. Y.). 26 

For jjrevious history, see No. 1702, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— United States Consul General at Canada, 18—, to 18 — . 
President of the Grahamite Asphalte Company, 18 — . 



1703. . (Born Pa.) TIMOTHY M. BRYAN (Ap'd Pa.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1703, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Geologist and Scientist, Vincentown, N. J., since 186i; 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 253 



Nttmbeb. 1855. Class Rank. 

1704. . . .(Born Vt.) WILLIAM B. HAZEN (Ap'd 0.). .28 

For previoiis history, see No. 1704, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on leave ol absence in Europe, June-Nov., 
1867 ; on regimental Recruiting Service to Jan., 1868 ; on Inspection duty 
at Ft. Leavenwoi-th, Kan., to Apr., 1868 ; in command of regiment at Ft. 
Craig, N. M., Apr. 29, to Aug., 1868 ; on Special Indian Service, at Ft. 

(Transfeeeed to 6th Infantry, Mae. 15, 1869) 
Cobb., I. T., Aug., 1868, to July, 1869 ; in command of regiment at 
Ft. Sill, I. T., July-Sep., 1869 ; on leave of absence in Europe, Sep.- 
Nov., 1869, being present with the Prussian Army during its invest- 
ment of Paris ; on frontier duty at Ft. Smith, Ark, to Dec. 29, 1869 ; as Su- 
perintendent of Indian Aftairs "to Aug. 22, 1870 ; on leave of absence to Jan., 
1871 ; in command of regiment at Ft. Gibson, I. T., Jan. 29, to Sep. 30, 
1871,— at Ft. Hays, Kan., Oct. 3, 1871, to May 10, 1872,— and at Ft. Buford, 
Dak., June 21, to Oct. 9, 1872 ; on leave of absence and absent sick, in Cuba, 
to May, 1873 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Buford, Dak., in command of regi- 
ment. May 25, 1873, to Oct. 24, 1875, except while on Court Martial at St. 
Paul, Min., May 9, to Aug. 10, 1874; on sick leave of absence in Mexico 
Oct. 24, 1875, to Apr. 30, 1876 ; as Witness before U. S. Senate to July, 1876 
in command of regiment at Ft. Buford, Dak., Aug. 5, 1876, to July 18, 1877 
as Military Attache to U. S. Legation, Vienna, Austria, Aug., 1877, to June 24, 
1878 ; and on delay and leave of absence, June 24, 1878, to 

Civil History. — Author of " School and Army of France and Germany," 
1870 ; and of " Barren Lands of the Interior of the United States," 1874. 



1705. . . .(Born Pa.). . HENRY W. FREEDLEY (Ap'd Pa.). ,29 

For previous history, see No. 1705, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, Mar. 28, 1866, to 
Feb. 21, 1868 ; on duty at headqiaartei-s, Department of California, June to 

(Major, 14th Inpantet, Dec. 31, 1867) 
Sep. 25, 1868; as Deputy Governor of "Soldier's Home," near Washington, 
(Retieed from Active Service, as Colonel, Sep. 25, 1868, (changed to 

Major, Mae. 3, 1875) for Disabilitt from Wounds received in Battle. 
D. C, Sep. 11, 1869, to Feb. 21, 1870. 



1706. . . (Born Mas.). . HENRY M. LAZELLE (Ap'd Mas.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 1706, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Charlotte, N. C. (in command). 
Mar. 1866, to Dec. 1867,— Columbia, S. C. (in command), to Oct., 1870,— and 
David's Island, N. Y., to July 5, 1872 ; on frontier duty, on Yellowstone Ex- 
pedition, July 26, to Oct. 15. 1872,— Omaha Barracks, Neb., Oct. 26, 1872, to 
May 24, 1873,— on Yellowstone Expedition, to Oct. 12, 1873,— Ft. D. A. 
Russell, Wy., to Feb. 22, 1874,— on Sioux Expedition, to Mar., 1874,— Spotted 
Tail Agency, Dak., to May 26, 1874 : on leave of absence. May 26, to July 23, 
1874 ; on frontier duty, in command of Ft. Yuma, Cal., Sep. 24, 1874, to 

(Major, 1st Infantry, Dec. 15, 1874) 
Mar. 24. 1875,— of Ft. Sully, Dak., June 8, 1875, to Apr. 24, 1877,— of Battal- 
ion in the field in Montana, to Nov. 11, 1877,— Ft. Sully Dak., Nov. 11, 1877, 
to Aug. 18, 1878,— and Camp Ruhlin, Dak., Aug. 27, 1878, to 



254 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1855-56. Class Kank. 

1707 . (Born N. Y.). WILLIAM R. PEASE (Ap'd N. Y.) .31 

For previous history, see No. 1707, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved : as Chief Mustering and Disbursing Officer of 
the State of New York, Jan. 2, to Dec. 12, 1867 ; and as Professor of Military 
Tactics at the State University of Wisconsin, Feb., 1868, to Apr., 1869. 
Eetieed feom Active Service, Aug. 28, 1863. 



1708. . . .(Born Ten.) JESSE K. ALLEN (Ap'd 111.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1708, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Killed, Aug. 15, 1858, by Hostile Indians, on the Uppek Yakima, Wash. : 

Aged 28. 

1709. (Born N. C.) ROBERT C. HILL (Apd N. C). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1709, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 4, 1863, neab Statesville, N. C. : Aged 33. 

1710 (Born Pa.). GEORGE McGUNNEGLE DICK. . , . (Ap'd Pa.). .34 
For previous history, see No. 1710, Vol. II, of Eegister of Gradiaates. 
Died, July 31, 1856, at Camp Coopee, Tex. : Aged 25. 



CLASS OF 1856. 



1711 . . (Born N. Y.). GEORGE W. SNYDER (Ap'd N. Y.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1711, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died, Nov. 17, 1861, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 28. 

1712 . . (Born N. Y.) . DAVID C. HOUSTON (Ap'd N. Y). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1712, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Superintending Engineer of the Construction 
ofthe Defenses of Narragansett Bay. R. I.. Nov. 9, 1865,toFeb.,1870,— of Eiver, 
and Harbor Improvements in Eliode Island and Connecticut, July 21, 1866, to 
Feb., 1870, — of the Defenses of New London and New Haven Harbors, 
1867, to Feb., 1870,— of the Defenses of New Bedford Harbor, and Preserva- 
tion of Plymouth Beach, Mas., May, 1869, to Feb., 1870,— of various Harbor 
Improvements, on Lake Superior <ind Lake Michigan, since Feb., 1870, — of 
Surveys and Improvements of various Rivers in Wisconsin, since Jiily, 
1870; and as Member of Board of Engineers on Block Island Breakwater. 
Feb. 18, to Mar. 10, 1868,— on wreck of Steamer Scotland, Mar. -July, 1868. 
— on Improvement of Ogdensburg Harbor, May^Iiine, 1868, and of Oswego 
Harbor, June, 1868, — on Wallabout Channel, New York, Navy Yard, June, 
1869, — on plans for Docks in Chicago Breakwater, Aug., 1871, — on condition 
of Toledo Harbor, Dec, 1872, — to consider application of appropriations for 
Buffalo Harbor, and dredging Bay of Superior, .\pr., 1873, — on construction 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 265 



NuMBEE. 1856. Class Rank. 

of Harbor at Michigan Cit)', Jan., 1875, — to examine condition of Harbor at 
month of Kalamazoo River, Jnne 9-12. 1875, and St. Joseph's Harbor, and 
Railroad Bridge across it, Jime 10-18, 1875, — on Imjirovement of Alinapec 
Harbor, Wis., Oct, 13, to Dec. 16, 1875, — on Modification proposed in plan 
of Michigan City Harbor, Mar. 12, 1877, — on Outer Harbor at Chicago, HI., 
and Michigan City Harbor, Ind., July, 1878, — and on the Improvement of 
the Upper Fox River, Wis., Aug., 1878. 



1713. . . .(Born N. Y.). .MILES D. McALESTER (Ap'd Mich.). .3 

For previous historj', see No. 1713, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the Defenses 
of Ship Island, Mis., Dec. 23, 1865, to , 1867.— of Defenses of New 

Orleans. La.. Dec. 23, 1865, to Dec, 1868, — of Defenses of Mobile, Ala., and 
Pensacola. Fla., Mar. 13, 1866, to , 1867, — of the Imjirovement of the 

Mouth of the Mississippi River, Mar. 13, 1866, to Dec, 1868,— of Eighth 
Lighthouse District, May 22, 1867, to Sep., 1868, and of the part west of 
Pearl River to Dec, 1868,— of Sui-vey of Galveston Harbor, Tex., Apr., 1868, 
—of Repairs of Fts. Ontario and Niagara, N. Y., Dec, 1868, to Apr. 23, 1869, 
— of Harbor Works on Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River, Dec, 1868, 
to Apr. 23, 1869,— and of the Tenth Lighthouse District, Dec, 1868, to 
Apr. 23, 1869. 

Died, Ape. 23, 1869, at Butfalo, N. Y. : Aged 37. 



1714... (Born S. C.) CHARLES C. LEE (Ap'd N. C.)..4 

For previous history, see No. 1714, Vol. H, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, June 27, 1862, m the Battle of Gaines' Mill, Va. : Aged 28. 

1715. . . .(Bom N. Y.). . .HENRY V. De HART (Ap'd at Large). .5 

For previous historj^, see No. 1715, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Gaines' Mill, Va., and 
Died, July 13, 1862, near Ft. Hamilton, N. Y. : Aged 27. 



1716. . . .(BornO.) ORLANDO M. POE (Ap'd O.). .6 

For previous historj', see No. 1716, Vol. n, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served : as Engineer Secretary of Lighthouse Board, 
July 3, 1865. to Apr. 12, 1870, and temporarily, May 1, to Sep. 10, 1873,— as 
Engineer of Eleventh Lighthouse District (Upper Lakes), Apr. 14. 1870, to 
May 1, 1873 ; as Superintending Engineer of Sui-veys and Improvements of 
various Rivers and Harbors in Eastern Michigan, and of the St. Mary's River, 
Apr. 14, 1870. to May 1, 1873 ; as Member of the Lighthouse Board, since 

(Colonel Staff — Aide-de-Camp to the Geneeal-in-Chief, Jan. 1, 1873) 
Jan. 19, 1874 ; on duty at Headquarters of the Army, since Jan. 19, 1874 ; 
and as Member of Board of Engineers on site for Harbor of Refuge on Lake 
Ontario, Oct. 19, 1871. .to July 18, 1872.— on Locks of the Louisville and Port- 
land Canal, Dec, 1871, — to examine condition of Toledo Harbor, Dec. 27, 
1872.— on the preservation of the Falls of St. Anthony, Apr. 14-20, 1874,— to 
test Hydrostatic Weighing Machine, Sep., 1874, — to select site for Moveable 
Dam on the Ohio, Apr. 14-24. 1875, — on Improvement of Great Kenawha 
River, May 7-25, 1875, — to retire disabled Officers, Mar., 1877, — and on Lock 
and Gate in connection with construction of the first Moveable Dam on the 
Ohio River, Jan., 1878. 



256 GEADUATES OF THE 

NuMBEB. 1856. Class Bank. 

1717. . . . (Born Ind.) JOHN TIPTON (Aird Ind.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1717, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, May 17, 1861, at Benicia, Cal. : Aged 28. 



1718 ... (Born N. Y. ) . HERBERT A. HASCALL (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 8 

For previous history, see No. 1718, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Principal Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics at the Military Academy, June 18, 1863, to Aug. 31, 1871 ; on leave 
of absence, Sep. 1, 1871, to Dec. 1, 1872 ; in garrison at Ft. Adams, E. I., 
Dec. 1, 1872, to Feb. 10, 1873 ; and on sick leave of absence, Feb. 18, 1873, 
to Nov. 10, 1874. 

Eetieed fkom Acti\'e Service, Nov. 10, 1874, foe Disability 

CONTBACTED IN THE LiNE OF DUTY. 



1719 .(Born Pa.). . . A. PARKER PORTER (Ap'd Pa.). .9 

For previous historj^ see No. 1719, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 15, 1866, at Little Eock, Ark. : Aged 31. 



1720 .... (Born Me. ) , . . . FRANCIS L. VINTON (Ap'd at Large) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 1720, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mining Engineering at the School of Mines, 
Columbia College, New York City, Sep. 14, 1864, to Aug. 15, 1877. Con- 
sulting Engineer of Mines at Denver, Col., since 1877. 



1721. . . .(Born N. Y.). . .GEORGE D. BAYARD. . . (Apd at Large). .11 
For previous history, see No. 1721, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the B.\.ttle of Fredericksburg, Va., and 
Died, Dec. 14, 1862: Aged 27. 



1722, . . (Born O.) THOMAS C. SULLIVAN (Apd O.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1722, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Chief of Commissariat. Third Military 
District May 2'J, 1867. to Aug., 1868,— and of the Department of the South, 
to Dec. 9, 1868 ; as Purchasing, Depot and Post Commissary, Charleston, S. C, 
Dec. 11, 1868, to June, LS69 ; as Superintending Commissary, at Sioux 
city, la., of Subsistence for Indians on Northern Eeservation, Jiilv, 1869. to 
Nov. 10, 1873 ; as Chief of Commissariat, Department of Texas. Dec. 1, 1873, 
to Feb. 28. 1874,— and of the Department of the Gulf Mar. 6, 1874, to July, 

(M.*.,TOB STAiiT— Commissary OF Sttbsistenoe, Apr, 14, 1875) 
1878 ; as Purchasing and Depot Commissary at New Orleans, La.. July-Sep., 
1878 ; and as Chief of Commissariat of Department of Columbia, and Depot 
and Purchasing Commissary, at Ft. Vancouver, Wash., Doc. 10, 1878, to 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 257 



NuMBEK. 1856. Class Rank. 



1723. . .(Bom Ky.), .JOHN W. BARRIGER (Apd Ky.) .13 

For previous history, see No. 1723, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served: as Chief of Commissariat, Dei^artment of the 
(Btt.-Coloxel. axd Bvt. Bki^.-Genekal, Mae. 13, 1865, for F.uthful and 
ileeitorious .ser\^ces dukixg the rebellion) 
Platte, Feb. 20. 1867. to Nov. 8. 1873 ; and as Assistant to the Commissaiy 
General of Subsistence, Washington, D. C, Nov. 12, 1873, to 

(M.A.TOE Staff — Commissaey of Subsistence, Nov. 21, 1875) 

Civil History. — Author of "Legislative History of Subsistence Depart- 
ment of the United States Ai-my, from June 16, 1775, to Aug. 15, 1876." 



1724. . . (Born Pa.) LORENZO LORAIN (Ap'd Pa.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1724, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved: as Principal Assistant Professor of Chemis- 
try, Mineralogy and Geology at the Military Academy, June 16, 1862, to 
Aug. 30. 1870 : on leave of absence, Aug. 31. to Oct. 13, 1870 ; in garrison 
at Key West. Fla., Oct. 13, to Nov. 9, 1870,— Ft. Jefferson. Fla., Nov. 10, 1870, 
to Mar., 1871, — and Charleston, S. C, Mar.-Aug. 25, 1871 ; on leave of ab- 
sence, Aug. 25, 1871, to Sep. 11, 1872 : in garrison at Charleston, S. C, Sep.- 
Nov., 1872,— and Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., to Apr. 20, 1875 ; as Member of Board, 
at Ft. Monroe, Va., to decide upon calibre of Flank Guns of Fortification, 
Sep. 29. 1873, to Jan 16, 1874 ; and as Instructor of Engineering in the 
Artillery School for Practice at Ft. Monroe, Va., May 1, 1875, to 
being oia detached duty at Blackville. S. C, Oct. 23, to Nov. 19, 1876, Wash- 
ington Arsenal, D. C, to Feb. 5, 1877, and quelling Railroad Disturbances 
in Pennsylvania, July 21, to Aug. , 1877. 

Civil History. — Professor of Physics and Mechanics in Lehigh Univer- 
sity, Bethlehem, Pa., 1871-72. 



1725. . . . (Born O.) JOHN BENNETT (Ap'd O.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1725, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. Feb. 24, 1859, at Ft. Beown, Tex. : Aged 25. 



1726. . . (Born O.) WESLEY OWENS (Ap'd O.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 1726, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 11, 1867, at Suisun, Cal. : Aged 35. 



1727 (Born N. Y). .GUILFORD D. BAILEY (Ap'd N. Y.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 1727, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May 31. 1862. at the Battle of Seven Pines, Va. : Aged 29. 



1728. . . .rBorn N. J.) JOHN B. SHINN (Ap'd O.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1728, Vol. U, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in garrison at Ft. Independence, Mas. 
Oct. 9, 1866, to Nov. 30. 1867, —and Ft. Monroe, Va., to Aug., 1869 ; on leave 
17 



258 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1856. Class Bank. 

of absence, Aug.-Oct., 1869 ; in garrison at Key "West, Fla., May 10, to 
Sep. 29, 1870 ; and in arrest and before a Special Board, to Dec. 27, 1870. 

HONOBABLY DiSCHAEGED, AT HIS OWN EeQUEST, DeC. 27, 1870. 

Civil History. — Draughtsman and Civil Engineer, since 1870. Residence, 
Newberne, N. C. 

1729. . . .(Born Ky.) HYLAN B. LYON (Ap'd Ky.^. .19 

For previous history, see No. 1729, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1730 .... (Born Va. ) . EDMUND C. BAINBRIDGE (Ap'd at Large) . . 20 

For previous history, see No. 1730, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, July 12, 1866, to 
Jan., 1868 : in garrison at Newport Barracks, Ky., Jan., 1868, — Ft. Jeffer- 
son, Fla., Mar., 1868, to Mar., 1869,— Ft. Sullivan, Me., Mar. 23, 1869, to 
Oct. 9, 1873,— and Madison Barracks, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1873, to Nov. 26, 1875 ; 
in arrest and undergoing sentence of Court Martial, June 12, to Dec. 9, 
1874 ; in garrison at St. Augustine, Fla., Dec. 2, 1875, to Sep. 20, 1877 ; on 
sick leave of absence, Sep. 20, to Dec. 31, 1877 ; in garrison at St. Augus- 
tine, Fla., Jan. 1, 1878, to 



1731 . . . (Born R.I.)... LUNSFORD L. LOMAX. . . . (Ap'd at Large) . . 21 

For previous historj% see No. 1731, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Employed under the Clerk of the U. S. House of Repre- 
sentatives, at Washington, D. C, since 18 — . 



1732. . ..(BomN. J.) RICHARD LODOR (Ap'd N. J.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1732, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in garrison at Ft. McHenry, Md., Apr., 1866, 
to Nov., 1867,— Ft. Foote, Md., Nov. 28, 1867, to Jan., 1871,— Ft. Monroe, Va., 
Jan. 9, 1871, to Oct. 19, 1876,— Columbia, S. C, Oct. 20, to Nov. 17, 1876,— 
Washington Arsenal, D. C, Nov. 19, 1876, to Feb. 5, 1877,— Ft. Monroe, Va., 
Feb. 6, 1877, to 

1733. . . . (Born Mo.) JAMES P. MAJOR (Ap'd Mo.) . . 23 

For previous history, see No. 1733, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Planter, in Louisiana and Texas, 1866-76. 

Died, May, 1876, at Austin, Tex. : Aged 44. 



1734. (Born Me.) JEREMIAH H. GILMAN (Ap'd Me.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1734, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.- Served : as Chief of Commissariat of the Department 
of Dakota, Nov. 6, 1866, to Nov. 5, 1873,— and of the Department of Missouri, 
Nov. 7, 1873, to , (leave of absence, Oct. 2, 1875, to Jan. 29, 1876). 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 259 



Number. 1856. Class Rank. 

1735 (BornKv.) THOMAS E. MILLER (Apcl Ky.) .25 

For previous history, see No. 1735, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 13. 1SG4. ix Adams, County, Ky. : Aged 32. 



1736 . .(Born Ky.). . .CHARLES B. STIVERS (Apcl Ky.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 173(5, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : as Commandant of Cadets at the Western 

Military Institute. Dayton, O., Sep. 19, 1865, to July, 1869. 
Retired from Acttve Service, Dec. 30. 1864. 

1737 ... (Born N. C. ) . . . WILLIAM G-ASTON (Ap'd at Large) . . 27 

For previous history, see No. 1737, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed. May 17, 1858, by hostile Indians, on the Colville 
Trail, Wash. : Aged 24. 



1738 (Born O.) JAMES W. FORSYTH (Ap'd O.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1738, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: at the headquarters of the Department of 
Missouri, Oct., 1867, to Mar., 1869, being Acting Assistant Inspector-Gen- 
eral, Mar., 1868, to Mar., 1869 ; as Aid-de-Camp to Lieut. -General Sheridan, 

(LiEUT.-CoL. St.\ff — Aid-de-Camp to the Lieut. -General, Mar. 17, 1873) 
at headquarters of the Division of the Missouri, Mar. 13, 1869, to Mar. 17, 
1873,— as Military Secretary, Mar. 17, 1873. to Apr. 9, 1878,— and as Acting 

(Lieut. -Colonel, 1st Cavalry, Apr. 4, 1878) 
Aid-de-Camp, Apr. 9, to June 17, 1878 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Walla Walla, 
Wash., July 10-13, 1878, and Sep. 22, 1878, to ,— in command of 

regiment July 15, 1878, to , — and on Bannock Campaign, July 13, 

to Sep. 22, 1878. 

1739 .... (Born Ind. ) . . THOMAS W. WALKER (Ap'd Ind.) . . 29 

For previous history, see No. 1739, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as President of Noi-^vich University, Vt., 
Jiily 28, 1866, to May 28, 1868. 

Retired from Acttve Service, Sep. 11, 1863. 



1740. . . .(Born Va.) GEORGE JACKSON (Ap'd Va.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 1740, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Petroleum Producer, since 1866. Residence, Parkers- 
burg, W. Va. 



1741. . . .(Born Ky.) JOSEPH H. TAYLOR (Ap'd at Large). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1741, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Adjutant General of the Depart- 
ment of Washington, June 1, 1863, to Mav, 1869. — of the Department of the 
South, May 24, 1869, to Dec. 6, 1873,— of the Division of the South, Dec. 11, 
1872, to Dec. 6, 1873,— of the Department of Texas, Jan. 30. 1874, to Feb. 4, 
1878,— and of the Department of the East, Feb. 11. 1878, to 



260 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1856. Class Rank. 

1742. . . .(Bom Pa.) JOHN F. RITTER (Ap'd Pa.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1742, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military HUstory. — Served : in garrison at Rome, Ga., Apr. 15, 1867, to 
(Teansfebeed to 8th Infantey, May 3, 1869) 
Aug., 1868,— Huntsville, Ala., to May, 1869,— Goldsboro, N. C, to Nov., 1869, 
—Chapel Hill, N. C, to Feb., 1870,— and Charleston, S. C, to July 17, 1870 ; 
on leave of absence, July 17, to Sep. 14, 1870 ; in garrison at David's 
Island, N. Y., Sep. 14, to Oct. 18, 1870 ; on leave of absence, Oct. 18, 1870, to 
Feb. 15, 1872 ; in garrison at David's Island, N. Y., Feb. 15, to July 6, 1872 ; 
and on leave of absence, July 6, to Aug. 1, 1872. 

Died, Aug. 1, 1872, at Catskell, N. Y. : Aged 37. 



1743.... (Born N. Y.) JOHN K. MIZNER (Ap'd Mich.) .33 

For previous history, see No. 1743, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. McPherson, Neb., 
June, 1866, to Dec. 17, 1867 ; on leave of absence, Dec. 17, 1867, to Aug. 1, 
1868 ; on frontier duty at Ft. McPherson, Neb., Aug. 1, 1868, to Mar. 19, 

(Majoe, 4th Cavaley, Jan. 26, 1869) 
1869,— Corpus Christi, Tex., June 15, 1869, to May 9, 1870,— Austin, Tex., 
June 14, 1870, to Apr. 22, 1871,— and Ft. Richardson, Tex., May 5, 1871, to 
Sep., 1872 ; on leave of absence and awaiting orders to Mar. 17, 1873 ; on 
frontier duty at Ft. Clark, Tex., Apr. -Sep., 1873, — piirchasing horses at San 
Antonio, Tex., Sep. 17, 1873, to May, 1874,— Ft. McKavett, Tex., to Feb. 27, 
1875,— Ft. Richardson, Tex., Mar. 14, lo May 6, 1875,— Ft. Sill, I. T., May 22, 
1875, to Apr. 17, 1876,— Ft. Reno, I. T., Apr. 18, 1876, to 



1744. . . .(Born Va.).. .FRANK S. ARMISTEAD. ...(Ap'd at Large). .34 
For previous history, see No. 1744, Vol. II, of Register of Gradvaates. 
Killed, in the Rebellion, 18 — . 



1745. . . . (Born N. Y.) HERMAN BIGGS (Ap'd NY).. 35 

For previous history, see No. 1745, Vol. H, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, Geneva, N. Y., 1865, to 



1746. . . .(Born Ind.). . .WILLIAM T. GENTRY (Ap'd Ind.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1746, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, July 21, 1865, to 
July, 1867 ; as Acting Asst. Inspector-General, Fifth Military District, 
July 5, 1867, to Apr. 17, 1868 ; as Secretary of Civil Affairs, at New Orleans, 
La., Seji. 3, 1867, to Aug. 31. 18()8 : as Acting Judge Advocate, Department 
of the Missouri, Sep. 11, 1868, to Mar. 29, 1869, and of Division of the 
Missouri, to Apr. 30, 1869, continuing as Acting Asst. Inspector-General, to 

(Unassigned, May 27, 1869) 
Mar. 1, 1870 ; in garrison at Little Rock, Ark., Mar. 17, to May, 1870,— and 

(Teansfeeeed to 19th Infantey, Feb. 15, 1870) 
Jackson Barracks, La., to Nov. 30, 1871 ; as Acting Asst. Adjutant-General, 
Department of the Gulf, Nov. 30, 1871, to July 1, 1873 ; in garrison at Alex- 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 261 



NuMBEB. 1856. Class Eank. 



andria. La., to July 30, 1873 ; as Member of Board, at San Antonio, Tex., 
for the purchase of lands, Aug., 1873, to Mar., 1874 ; in command of Colfax, 
La., Mar. 2, to May 20, 1874 ; on Commissary duty, at New Orleans, La., 
May 20, 1874, to Aug. 20, 1876 ; in command of Ft. Dodge, Kan., Sep. 20, 
187*6, to June 30, 1877,— and of Ft. Elliott, Tex., July, 1877, to Sep. 8, 1878 
(leave of absence, Feb. 4, to May 22, 1878) ; and on General Recruiting 
Service, Oct. 8, 1878, to 



1747. . . .(Born Va.) .JAMES B. S. ALEXANDER, (Ap'd Va.). .37 

For previous historj% see No. 1747, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1861, at CnAKLOTTESviLiiE, Va. : Aged 25. 



1748. . . .(Bom Ten.). .WILLIAM H. JACKSON (Ap'd Ten.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1748, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Planter and Stock Breeder, near Nashville, Ten., since 
18—. 

1749. . . (Born Ala.). . .OWEN K. McLEMORE (Ap'd Ala.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1749, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 14, 1862, in the Battle of South Mountain, Md. : Aged 27. 



1750. . . (Born O.) RICHARD S. C. LORD (Ap'd 0.). .40 

For previous history, see No. 1750, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Oct. 15, 1866, at Bellefontaine, O. : Aged 34. 



1751. . . .(Born Ky.). . .WILLIAM P. SANDERS (Ap'd Mis.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1751, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 19, 1863, of Wounds received befoee Knoxville, Ten. : Aged 30. 



1752. . . .(Born N. Y.). . JAMES McMILLAN (Ap'd N. Y.). .42 

For previous historj', see No. 1752, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Principal Assistant Professor of Dravs^ing 
at the Military Academy, July 1, 1866, to Aug. 29, 1870 ; as Recorder of Spe- 

(Unassigned, Apr. 17, 1869) 
cial Board at Washington, D. C, for Examination of Officers, etc., Oct. 17, 

(Assigned to 11th Infantry, Feb. 15, 1870) 
1870, to Jan., 1871 ; on temporary duty in the Adjutant-General's Office, at 

(Transferred to 3d Artelleet, Jan. 1, 1871) 
Washington, D. C, Jan. 12, 1871, to June 30, 1877 ; in command of troojjs in 

(Major, 2d Artillery, July 2, 1877) 
Washington, D. C, July 22-26, 1877,— of Battalion of 3d Artillery, quelling 
Railroad Disturbances in Pennsylvania, July-Oct., 1877, — and of Carlisle 
Barracks, Pa., to Dec. 7, 1877 ; and on frontier duty at San Antonio, Tex., 
Dec, 1877, to 



262 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1856. Class Bank. 



1753 .... (Born Ten. ) . . WILLIAM B. HUGHES (Ap'd Ten. ) . . 43 

For previous history, see No. 1753, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Depot Quartermaster and Commissary at 
Ft. Yuma, Cal., Jan. 4, 1867, to Nov. 15, 1868 : on temporary duty at San 
Francisco, Cal., Dec. 16, 1868, to Jan. 12. 1869 ; in settling accounts in Wash- 
ington, D. C, Feb. 18, to Apr. 28, 1869 ; as Depot Quartermaster and in 
charge of Clothing Depot at San Francisco, Cal., May 15, 1869, to Mar. 30. 
1871 ; as Quartermaster at Corinne, Utah, May 27, to June 8, 1871, — and at 
Ogden, June 9, 1871, to May 4, 1872 ; as Chief Quartermaster of the Depart- 
ment of the Gulf, and Depot Quartermaster at New Orleans, La., May 11, 
1872, to May 31, 1873 ; in charge of transportation of troops, etc., at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., June 24, 1873, to A^Dr. 11. 1874 ; as Depot Quartermaster at Ft. 
Yuma, Ara., May 21, 1874, to Mar. 3, 1875 ; as Post Quartermaster, Charles- 
ton, S. C, May 10, to Oct. 11, 1875 ; in charge of Depot and receiving and 
forwarding supplies, at Sioux City, la., Oct. 31, 1875, to Apr. 18. 1878 ; on 

(Majoe Statf — QuAETEKMASTEK, May 29, 1876) 
duty at Yankton, Dak., Apr. 18, 1878 to 



1754. . . .(Born D. C). . . .SAMUEL S. CARROL (Apd D. C). .44 

For previous historj^ see No. 1754, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of Petersburg, Va., Apr. 18. 
1867, to Jan., 1868 ; on duty at the headquarters of the Department of Wash- 
ing, Feb. 25, to Apr., 1868; as Acting Assistant Insi^ector-General, Division of 
the Atlantic, Apr. 1, 1868, to Mar. 19, 1869 ; and awaiting orders, to 
Jan. 9, 1869. 

Retieed as Majoe Geneeal, June 9, 1869, foe Disability from 
Wounds eeceived in Battle. 



1755. . . . (Born Va.) FITZHUGH LEE (Ap'd at Large). .45 

For previous history, see No. 1755, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Farmer, Richland Mills. Stafi'ord County, Va., since 18—. 
President of the Convention for the Promotion of American Commerce, 
held at New Orleans, La., Dec, 1878. 



1756. . . .(Born Pa.) J. McLEAN HILDT (Ap'd at Large). .46 

For previous history, see No. 1756, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.- Served : at the Military Academy as Asst. Instructor 
of Infantry Tactics, Sep. 13, 1865, to Sep. 20, 1H69 ; and "on leave of absence, 
Sep. 20. 1869, to Apr. 20, 1870. 

Resigned, Ape. 20, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

Died, Ape. 25, 1877. at New Yoek C!ity : Aged 41. 



1757. . . (Born N. Y.). BRAYTON C. IVES (Apd N. Y.), .47 

For previous history, see No. 1757, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Jttne 27, 1857, .\t Ft. Claek, Tex. : Aged 23. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 263 



Number. 1856-57. Class Rank. 

1758. . . (Born N. Y.). . . HERBERT M. ENOS (Ap'd N. Y.).A8 

For previous liistorj^ see No. 1758, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief and Disbursing Quartermaster of 
the District of New Mexico, Jan. 8, 1866, to Nov. 23, 1867 ; in Quartermaster- 
General's Office, Washington, D. C, Jan. 4, to Mar. 19, 1868 ; on leave of 
absence and sick. Mar. 21, 1868, to Jan. 20, 1869 ; at Philadelphia Depot, 
Jan. 28, to May 25, 1869, and at Chicago, 111., June 26, to Nov. 27, 1869 ; as 
Chief Quartermaster, 4th District, Department of the East, Dec. 31, 1869, to 

(MLiJOK, Staff — Quaetermastek, June 6, 1872) 

June 22, 1870 ; and on sick leave of absence, July 12, 1870, to May 29, 1876. 

Retired from Active Service, May 29, 1876, for DiSABiLrrY 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 



1759. .(Born Va)... ARTHUR S. CUNNINGHAM. (Ap'd at Large). .49 

For previous history, see No. 1759, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Clerk of National Express and Transportation Company 
1866 ; and in Wells, Fargo & Co's., Express Company, since 1867. Residence, 
San Francisco, Cal. 



CLASS OF 1857. 



1760. . . .(Born Mas.) JOHN C. PALFREY (Ap'd Mas.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1760, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Superintendent of Merrimack Manufacturing Company, 
at Lowell, Mas., Oct. 23, 1865, to Sep. 1, 1874. Treasurer of the Manchester 
Mills, N. H., since July 1, 1874. Overseer of the Thayer School of Civil 
Engineering at Dartmouth College, N. H., since 1868. Residence, Boston, 
Mas. 



1761. . . .(Born Va.). . . RICHARD K. MEADE (Ap'd Va.). 

For previous history, see No. 1761, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July, 1862, at Petersburg, Va. : Aged 26. 



1762. . . (Bom Ga). .B. PORTER ALEXANDER (Ap'd Ga.). .3 

For previous history," see No. 1762, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics, and of Civil and Military Engi- 
neering in the University of Sovith Carolina, Jan., 1866, to Oct., 1869. Presi- 
dent of Columbia Oil Company, Oct., 1869, to May, 1871. Actuary of Policy 
Holders and Carolina Life Insurance Company, 1870-72. Superintendent of 
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta Railroad, May, 1871, to Oct., 1872. Presi- 
dent of Savannah and Memphis Railroad Company, Oct., 1872, to Sep., 1875. 
President and General Manager of Western Railroad of Alabama, May, 1875, 
to May, 1878. President of Georgia Railroad and Banking Company, since 
May 10, 1878. Residence, Augusta, Ga. 



264 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1857. Class Bank. 

1763. . . .(Born S. C). . ..HENRY M. ROBERT (Ap'd O.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1763, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Engineer on the Staff of the General com- 
manding the Division of the Pacific, Sep. 5, 1867, to Mar. .3, 1S71; as Engineer 
of Thirteenth Lighthouse District (Oregon and Washington Territory) 
Mar. 15, 1871, to Oct 31, 1873 : as Superintending Engineer of various. Har- 
bor and River Improvements in Oregon and Washington Territory, Mar. 31. 
1871, to Oct. 21, 1873,— of the Defenses of the mouth of Columbia River, 
Apr. 11 1871, to Oct. 21, 1873 (leave of absence, Nov. 20, to Dec. 28, 1873), — 
of Lake Michigan Lighthouses, Jan. 19, 1874. to Apr. 30, 1875,— and of vari- 
ous River and Harbor Improvements on Lake Superior, Green Bay, and 
Lake Michigan, north of Milwaukee, since Ajir. 10, 1875 ; and as Member 
of Board of Engineers on the Improvement of Alinepec Harbor, Wis., 
Oct. -Dec, 1875, — and on the Improvement of outer Harbor at Chicago, 111., 
and Harbor at Michigan City, Ind., July, 1878. 

Civil History. — Author of "Pocket Manual of Rules of Order," a Com- 
jjendium of Parliamentary Law. 1876. 



1764. . . .(Born Vt.) GEORGE C. STRONG (Ap'd Mas.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 1764, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Assault of Ft. Wagnee, S. C. . and 
Died. July 30, 1863, at New Yoek City : Aged 30. 



1765. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . . .J. L. KIRBY SMITH (Ap'd at Large) . 

For previous history, see No. 1765, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Battle of Corinth, Mis., and 
Died, Oct. 12, 1862 : Aged 26. 



1766 (Born Va.) THOMAS G. BAYLOR (Ap'd Va.) .7 

For previous history, see No. 1766, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Ft. Monroe Arsenal, Va., 
June 27, 1865, to June 1, 1876,— and of New York Arsenal, June 10. 1876, to 
; and as Member of Board on alterations of 15-inch Gun Carriage. 
June, 1866, — on Major Houston's modified Gun Carriages, Nov. 28, 1866, 
to Jan. 17, 1867, and his Gun-Carriages without Tongues, May 23, to June 3, 
1867, — on number and kind of Ritled Guns for fortifications. June 18, to 
Feb. 6, 1867, — to examine officers for Promotion, ]\Iay, 1867. and May 20, to 
June 18, 1878, —on sea-coast Rifled Guns, C'arriages, Projectiles, etc., Dec. 17, 
1867, to June 4, 1868, — to examine certain matters connected with Ordnance 
and Ordnance stores. Mar., 1870, — to test Major King's Depressing Gun Car- 
riage, Aug. 4, to Dec. 2. 1871, — to try experimental Chassis of 15-inch Gun 
Carriage, Jan. lU-23, 1872, — on proposed aUi'rations in Sea-Coast Gun Car- 
riages, A\n\ 26. to May 4, 1872.— to arrange details of construction of Experi- 
mental (xuns, Sep. 18, to Oct. 4, 1872— on Ordnimce manufacture of Army- 
Wagons, June, 1873. — on .\rKenals of Construction, Nov. 12. 1873, to Jiine 19. 
1874,— of Ordnance Board at New York, Aug. 20, to Sep. 3, 1874,— of Ord- 
nance, formerly Experimental Gun Board. Oct. 10, 1874, to . — on East- 
tern Arsenals, with a view to concentrate Ordnance work. Mav 22. to June 28, 
1875. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 265 



NtJMBEK. 1857. Class Rank. 



1767. (Born N. H.). HALDIMAN S. PUTNAM (ApVl N. H.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1767, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Killed. July 18. 18fi3. in the Assault of Ft. Wagnee. S. C. : Aged 2fi. 



1768. . . .(Born Ya.) WILLIAM P. SMITH (Ap'd Va.). .9 

For jjrevious history, see No. 1768, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1769 ... (Born Pa. ) GEORGE A. KENSEL (Ap'd Ky. ) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 1769, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant Professor 
of Mathematics, Aug. 31, 1865, to Aug. 28, 1869 ; in garrison at Ft. Warren, 
Mas., Aug. 28, 1869, to Sep., l-87(),— Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Sep., 1870, to Apr. 15, 
1873, -Ft. Monroe, Va., May 1, 1873. to Apr.. 1874,— Ft. Trumbull, Ct., 
Apr. 24, 1874, to Dec, 1875,— Ft. Barrancas, Fla., Dec, 1875, to May, 1877,— 
Charleston and Summerville, S. C, Keyser, W. Va., and Ft. McHenry, Md., 
to Sep., 1877,— and Charleston, S. C, Sep., 1877, to 



1770 . (BornGa.) THOMAS J. BERRY (Ap'd Ga.) . .11 

For previous history, see No. 1770, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Oct. 16, 1865, at Newman, Ga. : Aged 30. 

1771 . . (Born NY).. CHARLES H. MORGAN" (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 12 

For previous history, see No. 1771, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Delaware, Del., Apr. 21, 
1867, to May, 1869,— Ft. Monroe. Va., (Artillery School for Practice) to Feb., 
1871,— Raleigh, N. C, to Nov., 1872,— Alcatraz Island, Cal., to Feb. 10, 1875, 
— in Arizona to Apr. 15, 1875, — and Alcatraz Island, Cal., to Dec. 20, 1875. 
Died, Dec. 20, 1875, at Alcatraz Island, Cal. : Aged 41. 



1772 (Born Ky.) OLIVER H. FISH (Ap'd Ky.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1772, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, 1863, at Alexandria, Campbell Co., Ky. : Aged 29. 



1773 . . . (Born N. J.) ABRAM C. WILDRICK (Ap'd N. J.) . .14 

For previous history, see No. 1773, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Independence, Mas., 
Mar., 1866, to May, 1867,— Hilton Head, S. C, June 1, to Dec, 1867,— Co- 
lumbia, S. C. Dec 13. 1867, to Aug., 1868,— Atlanta, Ga., Sep., 1868, to 
Mar., 1869,— Ft. Marion, Fla., Mar. 28, to June 25, 1869,— and Ft. Pulaski, 
Ga., July 2, to Sep. 24, 1869 ; as Aide-de-Camp to Major-General Meade, 
commanding Division of the Atlantic, Oct. 5, 1869, to May 25, 1871 ; on 
leave of absence. Maj' 25, to Nov. 24. 1871 ; in garrison at Ft. Pulaski, Ga., 
Nov., 1871, to Nov., 1872,— and Ft. Hamilton, N. Y, to Dec. 27, 1875 ; as 
Member of Army Supply Board, Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 31, 1875, to June 7, 



266 GEADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1857. Class Kank. 

1876 ; in garrison at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., June 14, to July 17, 1876,— Ft. 
Leavenworth, Kan., July 21, to Nov. 17, 1876, — Washington Arsenal, D. C, 
Nov. 20, 1876, to Apr. 30, 1877,— and Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y., May 1, 1877, to 
, being engaged in quelling Railroad Disturbances in Pennsyl- 
vania, July 21, to Oct. 24, 1877. 



1774 .... (Born Ky. ) . . . CHARLES J. WALKER (Ap'd Ky. ) . . 15 

For previous history, see No. 1774, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Richmond, Ky., 1865-79. 
Died, Mae. 4, 1879, at Richmond, Ky. : Aged 44. 



1775. . . .(Born Ct.) FRANCIS BEACH (Ap'd Ct.). .16 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1775, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Served: in command of company at Ft. Whipple, Va., 
Nov., 1865, to Aug. 11, 1867 (Member of Board for the Examination of Can- 
didates for the Artillery, Apr., 1867) ; on leave of absence, Aug. 11, to 
Oct. 10, 1867 ; in garrison at Washington, D. C, to Mar. 10, 1868,— and Ft. 
McHenry, Md., to July, 1869 ; on leave of absence and on Court Martial 
duty, July 20, to Sep. 10, 1869 ; in garrison at Ft. McHenry, Md., to Jan., 
1870 ; on leave of absence and absent sick, Jan., to Oct. 12, 1870 ; in gar- 
rison at Ft. McHenry, Md., to Jan., 1871 ; and on sick leave of absence and 
awaiting orders to Aug. 22, 1871. 

Retiked from Active Service, Aug. 22, 1871, for Disability 

CONTRACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 

Died, Feb. 5, 1873, at New York City : Aged 38. 



1776. . . (BornO.) "WILLIAM SINCLAIR (Ap'd O.) .17 

For previous history, see No. 1776, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Quartermaster of the Military Academy, 
Sep. 30, 1865, to Sep. 30, 1868 ; on frontier duty at Omaha Barracks, Neb., 
Nov. 21, 1868, to Mar. 11, 1869,— Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Mar. 21, to Apr. 13, 
1869,— and Ft. Riley, Kan., Apr. 19, 1869, to Apr. 25, 1871, being in the 
field against hostile Indians in Kansas, June 4, to Sep., 1870 ; in garrison at 
Charleston, S. C, May 2, 1871, to Nov. 2, 1872,— and at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., 
Nov. 9, 1872, to , being engaged in (juelling Railroad Disturb- 

ances in Pennsylvania, July-Oct., 1877. 



1777 .... (Born Me. ) . . AUGUSTUS G. ROBINSON (Ap'd Me. ) . 18 

For previous history, see No. 1777, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Acting Chief Quartermaster of the De- 
partment of Dakota, June 1, to Aug. 8, 1867, and Depot Quartermaster at 
Ft. Snelling. Min., June 1, 1867, to Apr. 29, 1868 ; as Chief Quartermaster, 
District of Minnesota, May 1, to Oct. 24, 1868 ; as Disbursing Officer and 
Assistant to the Chief Quartermaster of the Department of Dakota, Nov. 11, 
1868, to Mar. 30, 1870 : as Chief Quartermaster of the District of New 
Mexico, Apr. 30, to Aug. 31, 1870 : as Post Quartermaster, Ft. Havs, Kan., 
Oct. 1, 1870, to May 20, 1872,— Ft. Sill, I. T., July 10, 1872, to' Feb. 20, 
1875,— and Ft. Brown, Tex., Apr. 17-24, 1875 ; as Depot Quartermaster at 



U. S- MILITARY ACADEMY. 267 



NtTMBEB. 1857. Class Rank. 



Omaha, Neb., May 21, 1875, to Aug. 15, 1876 ; on Special duty in Indiana 
and Illinois, Aug. 18. to Oct. 8, 1876 ; transferring property and on leave of 
absence, Oct. 7, 187(), to Feb. 28, 1877 ; and as Post Quartermaster, Boston, 
Mas., Mar. (>. 187H, to 

1778. . . (Born S. C). SAMUEL W. FERGUSON (Ap'd S. C). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1778, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, Greenville, Mis., since 1866. Presi- 
ident of the Board of Mississippi Levee Commission, for Bolivar, Washing- 
ton, Assaqueana and Sharkey Coimties, Mis., since 1876. 



1779. . . (Born 111.) MARCUS A. RENO (Ap'd III). .20 

For previous historj', see No. 1779, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in conducting recruits to California, Apr. , 
1867 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Vancouvor, Wash., May 6, to June 22, 1867 ; as 

(MA.JOE, 7th Cavalry, Dec. 26, 1868) 
Acting Assistant Inspector-General, Department of the Cohimbia, June 22, 
1867, to June 15, 1869 : en route to headquarters of Department of the 
Missouri, and on leave of absence to Aug., 1869 ; on Court Martial at Santa 
Fe, N. M., Aug. 23, to Nov., 1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Hays, Kan., 
Dec. 19, 1869, to July, 1871, being engaged in Scouting in Colorado, 
May-Aug., 1870 ; as Member of Retiring Board at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., 
Aug., 1869, to Feb., 1870 ; in garrison at Spartanburg, S. C, July 21, 1871, 
to Aug. 22, 1872 ; as Member of Small-Arms Board, Aug., 1872, to Apr., 1873 ; 
in garrison at St. Paul, Min., Apr. June, 1873 ; in command of Escort to the 
Northern Boundary Siirvev to Oct. 22, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence, Oct. 28, 
1873, to May 1, 1874 ; in command of Ft. Totten, Dak., May 25, to June 1, 
1874, — and of Escort to the Northern Boundary Siirvey, June 1, to Sep., 
1874 ; on leave of absence, Sep. 22, 1874, to Oct. 24, 1875 ; on frontier duty 
at Ft. Lincoln, Dak., Oct. 30, 1875, to Dec. 15, 1876, (commanding regiment, 
June 26, to Oct. 18, 1876) excejit while engaged in the Sioux Expedition, 
May 11, to Sep. 22, 1876,— and Ft. Abercrombie, Dak., Dec, 17, 1876, to 
Feb. 28, 1877 ; before Court Martial at St. Paul, Min., to May 1, 1877, and 
undergoing sentence of two years suspension. May 1, 1877. 



1780. , . . (Born Pa.) . . EDWARD R. WARNER (Ap'd Pa.). .21 

For previoiis history, see No. 1780, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics, Sep. 15, 1865, to July 17, 1868, (leave of absence to 
Nov. 15, 1868) ; in garrison at Ft. Adams, R. I., Nov. 15, 1868, to Feb., 1869, 
—Key West. Fla., Feb.-Nov., 1869,— Ft. Monroe, Va., Nov. 16, 1869, to May 1, 
1874,— David's Island, N. Y., June 5, to Oct. 19, 1874,— Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y, 
to Nov. 30, 1876,— Ft. McHenry, Md., to Feb. 7, 1877,— and Ft. Hamilton, N. Y, 
Feb. 7, 1877, to , being engaged in quelling Railroad Disturbances in 

West Virginia and Pennsylvania, July-Oct., 1877. 



1781 (Born Mo.). MANNING M. KIMMEL (Ap'd Mo.). .22 

For previoiis history, see No. 1781, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Engineer, of City of Mexico and Vera Cruz Railroad, 
1865-66. Superintendent, St. Bernard Coal Comisany. Ky., since 1872. 
Residence, Henderson, Kv. 



268 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1857. Class Eank. 

1782. . . . (Born N. H.) • . GEORGE H. WEEKS (Ap'cl Me.) .23 

For previous history, see No. 1782, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. ^Served : in charge of Clothing Depot at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., Dec. 31. 1^66, to July 1, 1867; as Chief Quartermaster of the 
District of Alaska, Aug. 13, 1867, to July 3, 1869 ; in settling accounts, at 
Washington, D. C, Nov. 2, 1869, to Jan. i8, 1870 ; as Depot Quartermaster, 
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 6, 1870, to Mar. 17, 1872 ; as Quartermaster at Buft'alo, 
N. Y., July 16, 1872, to Mar. 30, 1874,— and at Baltimore, Md., Mar. 31, to 
Aug. 28, 1874 ; as Depot Quartermaster at Vancoviver, Wash., Seji. 28, 1874, 

(Majob, Staff — Quabteemastee, May 29, 1876) 
to May 30, 1878 ; as Chief Quartermaster of the Department of Arizona, 
June 22, 1878, to 

1783. . . .(Born Va.). . . JOHN T. MAGRUDER . . . .(Ap'd at Large). .24 
For previous history, see No. 1783, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, June 28, 1858, at Mabyville, Neb. : Aged 21. 



1784 ..(Born Ga.). .GEORGE A. CUNNINGHAM (Ap'd Ala.). .25 

For previotis history, see No. 1784, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Merchant, Petersburg, Va., 1866-69, and Richmond, Va., 
1869-71. Banker and Commission Merchant, Richmond, Va., since 1871. 



1785. . . .(Born Mis.) . HENRY C. McNEILL (Ap'd Tex.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1785, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Planter, Colorado County, Tex., 18 — . 

Died, 187- near Eagle Lake, Coloeado County, Tex. 



1786 . . (Born Vt.) IRA W. CLAFLIN (Ap'd la.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1786, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on frontier duty, at Mt. Pleasant. Tex.. 
Jan. 20, to Nov. 18, 1867. 

Died, Nov. 18, 1867, at Mount Pleasant. Tex. : Aged 33. 



1787 (Born Ga.) AURELIUS F. CONE (Ap'd Ga.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1787, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. 18 — . at Newman, Ga. 



1788. (Born S. C). PAUL J. QUATTLEBAUM (Ap'd S. C). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1788, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Lumber Merchant, in South Carolina, 1866-70 : and 
Cotton Planter, 1870-74. Civil Engineer, Columbus, Ga., since 1874. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 269 



NuMBEB. 1857. Class Rank. 

1789. . . (Born Mo.) . .JOHN S. MARMADUKE (Ap'd Mo.) . .30 

I For previous history, see No. 1789, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil Histoiy. — Railroad Commisioner of the State of Missouri, since 18 — . 
Residence, St. Louis, Mo. 

1790. . . . (Born Ala.) GEORGE "W. HOLT (Ap'd Ala. ) . . 31 

For previoiis historj^ see No. 1790, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Banker's Clerk, at Mobile, Ala, 18—. 

Died, 187-, at Mobile, Al.^. 



1791. . . .(Born N. Y.). . ..JOSEPH S. CONRAD (Ap'd N. Y.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1791, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, July 5, 1865, to 
Jan. 31, 1868 ; in garrison at Louisville, Ky., Feb. 4, 1868, to Apr., 1869,— 
Huntsville, Ala., to Jan., 1870, — Siimmerville, Ga., Jan. 26, to Mar., 1870, — 
Jacksonville, Ala., to June 18, 1870, — and Chattanooga, Ten., June 27, to 
Jan. 23, 1871 : at the Military Academy, as Assistant Instructor of Infantry 
Tactics, Feb. 2, 1871, to Oct. 12, 1874 '(leave of absence to Dec. 27, 1874) ; 
in garrison at Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 27, 1874, to Mar. 18, 1875 ; at Washington, 
as Disbursing Officer of Board for the exhibition of articles at the Centen- 
nial Exhibtion, Mar. 22, 1875, to June 27, 1877 ; in garrison at Atlanta, Ga., 
to July 13, 1877 ; on frontier dutv at Spokane Falls, Wash., Oct. 6, 1877, to 
Apr., 1878,— Camp Cour d' Alene', Ido., Apr. 29, to Oct. 12, 1878,— at Ft. Col- 
ville. Wash., Oct. 19, to Dec. 10, 1878 ; and on detatched service at Portand. 
Or., Dec. 10, 1878, to 

1792, . . (Born N. H.). EDWARD J. CONNER (Ap'd N. H.), .33 

For previous history, see No. 1792, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Died, Aug. 16, 1868, at Exetek, N. H. : Aged 33. 



1793. . . . (Born Mas.) GEORGE RYAN (Ap'd Ct.) . .34 

For previous historj% see No. 1793, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May 8, 1864, in Battle of Spottsylvania, Va. : Aged 28. 



1794 .... (Born Ga. ) . . .ROBERT H. ANDERSON (Ap'd Ga. ) . . 35 

For j)revious history, see No. 1794, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Chief of Police, Savannah, Ga., since 1867. 



1795. . ..(Born N. Y.). CHARLES E. FARRAND (Ap'd N. Y.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 1795, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, Aug. 12, 1866, to 
Oct. 26, 1867 (Ft. Columbus, N. Y., and New York City, Apr.^June, 1867) ; 
in garrison at Newport Barracks, Ky., to Jan., 1868, — Shreveport, La., to 

(UNissiGNED, Mae. 15, 1869) 
Mar., 1869,— Baton Rouge, La., Mar., 1869,— and Ft. Snelling, Min., to 
June, 1869 ; and awaiting orders, to Jan. 1, 1871. 

Honorably Mustered out of Service, Jan. 1, 1871. 
Civil History — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



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NtJMBEE. 1857-58. Class Rank. 



1796. . . .(Born Incl.) THOMAS J. LEE (Ap'd Incl.). .37 

For previous history, see No. 1796, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — School Teacher. Cumberland County. 111., 1865-68. Prin- 
cipal of School in Coles County. 111., 1868-71 : and of Lee's Academy, Stock- 
ton, 111. (P. O., Loxa, 111.).' since 1871. Degree of A. M. conferred by 
Indiana State University, 1874. Superintendent of Schools for Coles 
County, 111., since Mar. 14. 1877. 

1797. . . .(Born Ten.). . . .LAFAYETTE PECK (Ap'd Ten.). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1797, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, 18—. 



CLASSOF18 5 8. 

1798. . . .(Born Mas.). . . .WILLIAM C. PAINE (Ap'd Mas.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1798, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Farmer, near Beverly, Mas., since 1863. Winter Resi- 
dence, Boston, Mas. 

1799. . . .(Bom Mis.) MOSES J. WHITE (Ap'd Mis.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1799, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1800. . . . (Born Ten.) JOSEPH DIXON (Ap'd Ten.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1800, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Feb. 13, 1862, est Defense of Ft. Donaldson, Ten. : Aged 28. 



1801. . . .(Born Ala.). . . .WILLIAM H. ECHOLS (Ap'd Ala.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1801, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History — Cotton Manufacturer, Huntsville, Ala., since 18 — . 



1802. . . .(Born Va.) JOHN S. SAUNDERS (Ap'd at Large). .5 

For previous history, see No. 1802, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1803 (Born S. (.). JAMES H. HALLONQUIST (.\pd S. ( .) .6 

Fov previous history, see No. 1803, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



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Number. 1858. Class Rank. 



1804. . . .(Born N. Y.). THOMAS R. TANNATT (Ap'd Mas.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1804, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Resident Engineer and General Manager of several Color- 
ado Mining Companies, 1805, to 

1805. . . . (Born Mas.). . . .MARCUS P. MILLER (Ap'd Mas.) . .8 

For previous history, see No. 1805, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison in the Defenses of Washington, 
D. C, Jime. 1865, to Nov., 1867,— Ft. McHenry, Md.. Nov. 29, 1867, to Mar.. 
1870,— Charleston. W. Va., to Nov., 1870,— and Ft. McHenry, Md., to Nov.. 
1872 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Stevens, Or., Nov. 26, 1872, to June, 1877,— and 
in Nez Perce, Indian campaign, in command of Artillery Battalion, Jime- 
Oct., 1877 ; in garrison at the Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 7, 1877, to 
June 25, 1878 ; on Bannock Camj^aign, June-Sep., 1878 ; and in garrison at 
Angel Island, Cal., Oct. 2, 1878, to 



1806. . . (Born 0.). ..CHARLES H. INGRAHAM (Ap'd Mas.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1806, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: joining regiment, July-Aug., 1867; and in 
garrison at New Orleans, La., to Sep, 20, 1867. 

Died, Sep. 20, 1867, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 31. 



1807. . . .(Born Ga.) LEROY NAPIER (Ap'd Ga.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 1807, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Cotton Planter, near Union Springs, Ala., 1866-67. 
Died, Sep. 5, 1867, at Macon, Ga. : Aged 34. 



1808. . . (Born N. C). SOLOMON WILLIAMS (Ap'd N. C). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1808, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, June 9, 1863, near Culpepper C. H., Va. : Aged 28. 

1809. . . (Born Md.). ..RICHARD H. BREWER (Ap'd Md.) .12 

For previous history, see No. 1809, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Jan. 5, 1864, in the Battle of Piedmont, Va. : Aged 30. 

1810. . . (Born Mo.) SAMUEL McKEE (Ap'd Utah). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1810, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Deed, June 3, 1864, of Wounds received in the Battle of Cold 
Harbor, Va. : Aged 29. 

1811 . (Born O.) JAMES J. VAN HORN (Ap'd 0.). .14 

For jirevious history, see No. 1811, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Newbern, N. C. (in command) 
Feb. 16, 1867, to Jan. 29, 1868,— Raleigh, N. C, to May 10, 1868— Charles- 



272 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1858. Class Bank. 



ton, S. C, to July 2, 1868,— Summerville, S. C, to Aiig. 9, 1868,— Columbia, 
S. C, Sep. 13, to Oct. 15, 1868,— Newbury, S. C, to Jan. 16, 1869,— Colum- 
bia, S. C, to May 3, 1869,— Charleston, S. C, to July 27, 1870 (on leave of 
absence Aug. 8, to Sep. 10, 1869, and absent sick July 27, to Dec. 27, 1870). 
—David's Island, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1870, to July 5, 1872 ; on frontier duty, on 
Yellowstone Expedition, July 26, to Oct. 15, 1872, -Omaha Barracks, Neb., 
Oct. 27, 1872, to May 24, 1873,— Yellowstone Expedition, June 4. to Sep. 13, 
1873 (leave of absence Oct. 10, to Nov. 28, 1873),— Ft. D. A. Eussell, Wy., to 
Feb. 22, 1874,— in the field Feb. 28, 1873, to Mar. 9, 1874,— Red Cloud 
Agency, Dak., and Cami^ Robinson, Wy., to Jiily 13, 1874, — and Ft. Whip- 
ple, Ara., Sep. 20, 1874, to Feb. 27, 1877 (leave of absence, Feb. 27, 1877, to 
Jan. 11, 1878 ; in conducting recruits to Division of the Pacific, Jiily 22-28, 
1878 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Mojave, Ara., (in command) Mar. 28, 1878, to 



1812 (Born Ten.). . ..ANDREW JACKSON (Ap'd at Large). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1812, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil KQstory. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1813 . . . (Born N. J.) ..CHARLES G. HARKER (Ap'd N. J). 16 

For previous history, see No. 1813, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, June 27, 1864, ix the Battle of Kexesaw, Ga. : Aged 28. 

1814 (Born O.) SARDINE P. REED (Ap'd 0.)..17 

For previous history, see No. 1814, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Feb. 5, 1859, at West Point, N. Y. : Aged 25. 



1815. . . (Born Me.) ROYAL T. PRANK (Ap'd Me.). .18 

For previoias history, see No. 1815, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in garrison at Wilmington, N. C, May 15, 
1866, to May, 1868,— Columbia, S. C, Aug.-Sep., 1868,— Abbeville, S. C, 
Oct. -Nov., i868,— Columbia, S. C, Dec, 1868, to Mar., 1869,— Ft. Johnston, 
N. C, to Feb., 1870,— Cohimbia, S. C, to Apr., 1870,— Raleigh, N. C, to 
Oct. 29, 1870,— David's Island, N. Y., to Dec. 22, 1870,— Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., 

(Transfekked to 1st Artilleey, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Jan. 20, to Feb. 28, 1871,— Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y., to Nov. 16, 1872,— Ft. 
Pulaski, Ga., Nov. 21, 1872, to Oct. 25, 1873,— St. Augustine, Fla., Oct. 26, 
1873, to Dec. 2, 1875,— Ft. Adams, R. I., Dec. 9, 1875, to Oct. 19, 1876,— 
Summerville and Charleston, S. C, Oct. 31, 1876, to Feb. 3, 1877,— Wash- 
ington Arsenal, D. C, Feb. 5, to Apr. 5, 1877,— Ft. Adams, R. I., Apr. 7, 
1877, to , being engaged in quelling Railroad Disturbances in 

Pennsylvania, July 24, to Oct. 24. 1877. 



1816 (Born N. Y). EDWARD P. CRESS EY (Ap'd N. Y). 19 

For previous history, see No. 1816, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Bayard, N. M., 
Dec. 27, 1866, to May 29, 1867 : on the staff of the Commanding General, 
Department of the Lakes, July 24, 1867, to Jan. 15, iHVtH ; on Mounted Re- 
cruiting Service, at Carlisle Barracks, Pa., to Mar., 1868 ; and on frontier 



U. S, MILITAliY ACADEMY. 273 



Number. 1858. Class Bank, 



duty at Ft. Sumner, N. M., to June 16, 1868,— escort duty to July 22, 1868,— 
Ft. Wingate, N. M., to Apr., 1870,— Ft. Whipple, Ara., to Dec, 1870,— and 
at Ft. Yuma, Cal., to Jsxn. 1, 1871. 

Honorably Muhterkd out of Service, J.vx. 1, 1871. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1817. . . .(Born Ct.) ASA B. CAREY (Ap'd Ct.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1817, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on leave of absence, Oct. 24, 1866, to Aiig. 21:, 
1867 ; in charge of Chief Commissarv's Office, Department of Dakota, Aug. 24, 
to Oct. 15, 1867 ; as Paymaster of District of St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 27, 1867, to 

(Major St.aff — Paymaster, Oct. 5, 1867) 
Mai-. 14, 1868,— District of Santa Fe, N. M., May 15, 1868, to Apr. 15, 1869,— Dis- 
trict of New Mexico, to June 4, 1874, being Chief Paymaster, May 5, to 
July 29, 1870, — and in Pavmaster General's Office, Washington, D. C, July 1, 
1874, to 

Civil History. — Author of "Sketch of Organization of the Pay Depart- 
ment, from 1776 to 1876." 

1818. . (Born Pa.) WILLIAM H. BELL (Ap'd Pa.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1818, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief of Commissariat of District of New 
Mexico, July 27, 1865, to Apr., 1867 ; as Depot and Post Commissary at Ft. 
Marker, Kan., Julj^ 8, 1867, to May 8, 1868 ; in Commissary General's Office, 
Washington, D. C, May-Sep., 1868 ; under orders to Nov., 1868 ; in Office of 
the Chief of Commissariat, Department of California, Nov. 3, 1868, to Feb., 
1869 ; as Chief of Commissariat, Department of Alaska, Feb. 6, 1869, to 
July 13, 1870, (awaiting orders to Oct., 1870), — of the Department of Colum- 
bia, Nov. 14, 1870, to June 31, 1874, (settling accounts and awaiting orders 
to Nov., 1874,) and Nov. 11, 1874, to Dec. 10, 1878 ; and on temporary duty 
in the Office of the Commissary General, at Washington, D. C, Dec, 1878, to 



1819. . . .(BornGa.) BRYAN M. THOMAS (Ap'd Ga.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1819, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Cotton Planter, Dooly County, Ga., since 1866. Resi- 
dence, Milledgeville. Ga. 

1820. . (Born Va.).. WILLIAM J. L. NICODEMUS (Ap'd Md.). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1820, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Washington, D. C, Jan., 1867, 
to May 22, 1868 ; as Acting Assistant Inspector-General, Division of the 
Atlantic, May 22, to Nov., 1868 ; in garrison at Washington, D. C, to Feb. 5, 
1869 ; and as Professor of Military Science at the Western University of Penn- 
sylvania, to Dec. 29, 1870. 

Honorably Discharged, at his own Request, Dec. 29, 1870. 

Civil HKstory. — Professor of Military Science and Civil and Mechanical 
Engineering in the University of Wisconsin, at Madison, Wis., Feb. 1, 1870, 
to Jan. 6, 1879. Topographical Assistant of Wisconsin State Geological 
Commission, 1875-79. 

Died, Jan. 6, 1879, at Madison, Wis. : Aoed 45. 
18 



274 GRADUATES OF THE 

Number. 1858-59. Class Rank. 

1821. . . .(Born Ind.) OLIVER P. GOODING (Ap'd Ind.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1821, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1822. (Bom Canada.). WILLIAM G. ROBINSON (Ap'd N.C.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1822, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1823. . . .(Born Ky.) GEORGE N. BA.SCOM (Ap'd Ky.) .26 

For previous history, see No. 1823, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Feb. 21, 1862, in the Battle of Valverde, N. M. : Aged 2(5. 



1824 .... ;Born D. C. ) . . . . CHARLES E. JESUP (Ap'd at Large) . . 27 

For previous history, see No. 1824, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Ape. 22, 1861, in Todd County, Ky. : Aged 26. 



CLASS OF 1859. 

1825. . . .(Born Wis. ).. "WILLI AM E. MERRILL (Ap'd at Large). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1825, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Chief Engineer on the Staff of the 
Lieut. -General, commanding Division of the Missouri, Feb. 4, 1867, to 
May 25, 1870 ; as Superintending Engineer of Harbor Improvements at 
soiithern end of Lake Michigan, Feb. 7, to May 25, 1870, — of Improvement 
of the Ohio River, and Surveys and Improvements of various of its tribu- 
taries, June 1, 187U, to Mar. '23, 1878, and since July 8, 1878,— of Water 
Guages on the Mississippi, and its principal tributaries. Mar., 1871, to 
July 29, 1874,— on Lighthouse duty. Mar. 12, 1873, and of Fourteenth 
Lighthouse District, July 3, 1874, to Mar. 23, 1878, and since July 8, 1878,— 
of exploration of routes for extension of Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, to the 
Ohio River, by the North and South Branches of the Potomac, Mar. 12, 
1873, to July, 1874, — of Surveys of Transportation Routes from the You- 
hiogheny River to Cumberland, Md., and portions of this " Central Route," 
by the Ohio River, and by the Kanawha, from its mouth to the Great Falls, 
July, 1874, to Feb. 25, 1875 ; on professional duty in Europe, gathering in- 
formation on the construction of Moveable Dams, etc., Mar. 23, to July 6, 
1878 ; and as Member of Board on Bridge over the Niagara at Buffiilo, 
Sep. 29, to Oct. 5, 1870, — on Bridge over the Ohio at Cincinnati, Aug., 
1871, — on Harbors of St. Louis and Alton, and the Banks of the Mississippi, 
Feb. 19, to Apr. 13, 1872,— on Brunot's moveable Hydraulic Gates for Chutes 
and Locks, Ajir. 24, 1872, to Jan. 14, 1873,— on Bridge across the Mississippi 
at La Crosse, Wis., July 15-29, 1872, Jan., 1875, and Aug., 1877,— on 
Toledo Hiirbor, Dec. 27, 1872,— on Bridging Channel between Lake Huron 
and Lake Erie, Mar.-Dec, 1873, — on Bridge across the Mississip^ii at Louis- 
iana, Mo., June 16-21, 1873, — on proposed Bridge across Genessee River, in 



LT. S. MILITAKY ACADEMY. 275 



NuMBEB. 1859. Class Rank. 



Monroe Count.v, N. Y., Aug. 26, to Sep. 3, 1873, and Oct. 20-31, 1874,— on 
St. Louis Bridge across tlie Mississippi, Sejj. 2-12, 1873, — on Carondelet 
Bridge, Mo., June IG, to Aug. 7, 1874, — on Cincinnati Bridge across the Ohio, 
Aiig. 5-19, 1874, — on claim for Iron Snag Boat, Apr., 1875, — on location for 
a Moveable Dam on the Ohio, Apr. 14-24, 1875, — on Improvement of the 
Ohio Kiver, Feb. 20-24, 1877,— on Imi)rovement of Wabash Kiver, Junel!»-20, 
1877, — on Bridge across the Ohio at Beaver, Pa., Aug. 3-15, 1877, — on Lock 
and Gate of tirst Moveable Dam on the Ohio Eiver, Jan., 1878, — ou Harbor of 
Refuge near Cincinnati, O., July, 1878, — on the Improvement of the Upper 
Fox River, Wis., Aug., 1878, — and on the Progress of the Works at the 
South Pass of the Mississi^jpi River, Oct., J.878. 



1826. . . .(Born Va.) . . ..SAMUEL H. LOCKETT (Ap'd Ala.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1820, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics and Natural Science, Marion, 
Ala., 1865-67. Professor of Engineering and Mechanics, and Commandant 
of Cadets, Louisiana State University, 1867-73. Director of the State Topo- 
graphical Survey of Louisiana, 1869-73. President of Calhoun College, 
Jacksonville, Ala., 1873-74. Principal of Hanover Hall Military Academy, 
Montgomery, Ala., 1874-75. Colonel of Engineers in the Egyptian Army, 
July 17, 1875, to Aug. 31, 1877. Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics, 
and Commandant of Cadets in the Jlast Tennessee University, Knoxville, 
Ten., since July 9, 1877. 

1827 . . .(Born Pa.) .CHARLES R. COLLINS (Ap'd Pa.). 3 

For previous history, see No. 1827, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May 12, 1864, in the Battle of Spottsylvania, Va. : Aged 27. 



1828 ... (Born N. Y. ) . . CHAUNCEY B. REESE (Ap'd N. Y. ) .4 

For previous history, see No. 1828, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Secretary of the Board of Engineers for 
Fortifications and Harbor and River Obstructions for the Defense of the 
Territory of the United States, May 18, 1867, to Dec. 9, 1869 (leave of 
absence June 19, to Aug. 29, 1868), — and as Superintending Engineer of the 
Defenses of Mobile, Ala., Pensacola, Fla., and Ship Island, Mis., Dec. 20, 
1869, to Sep. 22, 1870,— of the Eighth Lighthouse District, east of Pearl River, 
Dec. 20, 1869, to Sep. 22, 1870,— of Improvement of Mobile Bay and Harbor, 
July , to Sep. 27, 1870, — and of Examination and Survey of Coosa, Tom- 
bigbee, and the mouth of Ai^alachicola Rivers, July-Sep., 1870. 
Died, Sep. 22, 1870, at Mobile, Ala. : Aged 33. 



1829 . . (Born Pa. ) . . .ORLANDO G. "WAGNER (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 5 

For previous history, see No. 1829, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Mortally Wounded before Yorktovvn, Va., and 
Died, Apr. 21, 1862 : Aged 25. 

1830 ... (Born Va. ) . . ROBERT F. BECKHAM (Ap'd Va. ) .6 

For previous history, see No. 1830, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Nov. 30, 1864, in the Battle of Franklin, Ten. : Aged 27. 



276 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1859. Class Rank. 

1831. . . . (Bom Ten.) MOSES H. 'WRIGHT (Ap'd Ten.) . . 7 

For previous history, see No. 1831, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Agent and Superintendent of Franklin Cotton Factorj', 
Cincinnati, 0., 1865-67. Cotton Factor and Commission Merchant, at New 
York City, 1867-68 ; and at Louisville, Ky., since 1868. 



1832. . . .(Born 111.) EDWARD G. BUSH (Ap'd 111.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1832, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Principal 
Assistant Professor of Spanish, Jan. 24, 1865, to July 17, 1868 ; on frontier 
duty at Ft. Ripley, Min. (in command), Sep. 18, 1868, to May, 1869,— Corp^^s 
Christi, Tex., June, 1869, to May, 1870, --and Ringgold Barracks, Tex., to 
Apr. 19, 1872 ; on leave of absence, Ajsr. 19, to Aug. 12, 1872 ; on frontier 
duty at San Antonio, Tex., Aug. -Nov.. 1872,— Ft. McKavett, Tex., Nov. 3, 
1872, to June, 1873,— San Felipe, Tex., June-Aiig., 1873,— Ft. Stockton, Tex., 
(in command), Sep., 1873, to May, 1875,— and Ft. McKavett, Tex., to Sep. 6, 
1876 ; on Recruiting Service, Ft. Columbus, N. Y., Oct. 4-19, 1876 ; in garrison 
at Columbia, S. C, Oct. 21, 1876, to Jan. 11, 1877,— Ft. Columbus, N. Y., 
Recruiting Depot. Jan. 13, 1877, to Jime, 1878, being in command June 9, 
1877, to June, 1878,— and David's Island, N. Y., to Oct. 8, 1878; on delay 
and joining regiment to Dec. 15, 1878 ; and on frontier duty at Ft. McKavett, 
Tex., Dec. 15, 1878, to • 

1833 . (BornN. Y). .FRANCIS L. GUENTHER (Ap'd N. Y.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1833, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as President of the Board of Registration 
of Floyd County, Va., at Jacksonville, Va., Apr. 20, to Oct. 30, 1867 ; in com- 
mand of post of Charleston, S. C, Nov. 10, to Dec. 24, 1867; in charge of 
Civil Affairs, at Columbia, S. C, to Aug., 1868 ; and in garrison at Ft. 
Macon, N. C, Aug. 26, 1868, to Feb., 1869,— Ft. Adams, R. I., Feb. 9, 1869, 
to Feb., 1870,— Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Feb. 18, 1870, to Dec. 1, 1875,— Key West, 
Fla., Dec. 9, 1875, to May 13, 1876,— Ft. Brooke, Fla., May 15, to Dec. 12, 
1876,— Key West, Fla., Dec. 16, 1876, to June 16, 1877,— Ft. Brooke, Fla., to 
Nov. 1, 1877,— Key West Fla., Nov. 4, 1877, to July 12, 1878,— Ft. Jefferson. 
Fla., to Nov. 7, 1878,— and Key West, Fla., Nov. 8, 1878, to 

1834. . . . (Born Md.) ELIAS B. CARLING (Ap'd Md.) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 1834, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : with the Expeditionary Forces of the De- 
partment of the Platte, Jan. 1, to June 10, 1867 ; as Depot Quartermaster at 
Ft. D. A. Russell, Dak., to Nov., 1867,— at Cheyenne, Dak., Dec, 1867,— 
at Ft. D. A. Russell, Dak., to Jiine 5, 1870, (leave of absence Feb. 18, to 
Apr., 1869),— and at Ft. Shaw, Mon., and as Chief Quartermaster of the 
District of Montana, July K!, 1870, to Mar. 17, 1871; as Quartermaster of the 
Post of Ft. Monroe, Va., and of the Artillery School for Practice, and in 
charge of National Cemeteries in North Carolina, and part of Virginia, 
May 31, 1871, to Aug. 20, 1872 ; in arrest and undergoing sentence of Court 
Mirtial, Oct. 13, 1872, to Jan. 27, 1873; under orders and on leave of absence 
to Apr. 7, 1873 ; and Quartermaster at Pueblo, Col., Apr. 7, to May 31, 1873, 
—at Sargent, Kan., to July 24, 1873,— at Grenada Col., to Jan. 20. 1874,— at 
Camp Douglas, Utah, to Sep. 26, 1874,— and at Ft. Sanders, Wy., to Mar. 31, 
1875 ; and in settling his accounts, to July 1, 1875. 

Died, Jult 1, 1875, at Ft. Sanders, Wy. : Aued 38. 



IT. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 277 



Number. 1859. Class Bank. 

1835. . . .(Born 111.) MARTIN D. HARDIN (Ap'd at Large). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1835, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Siiperintendent of Regimental Recruit- 
ing Service, at Detroit, Mich., Nov. 4, 1866, to Apr., 1867 ; in command of 
regiment at Ft. Wayne, Mich., to May 4, 1867 ; on leave of absence. May 4, 
1867, to June 1, 1868 ; on dutj' in the Department of the Lakes, on Si^ecial 
Service at Detroit, Mich., June 1, to July 9, 1868, — as Acting Judge-Advo- 
cate of the Department. July 9, 1868, to Apr. 27, 1869, — and as Acting Assis- 
tant Inspector-General, Sep. 11, 1868, to Apr. 7, 1869; and in command of 
Ft. Porter, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1869, to June, 1870,— and of Ft. Gratiot, Mich., 

(Teamsfeeeed to 1st Infantry, Mae. 15, 1869) 
to Dec. 15, 1870. 

Retieed feom Active Seevice, Dec. 15, 1870, as Beig. -General, for 
Disability from Wounds and Loss of an Arm in Battle. 



1836. . . .(Born N. Y.). . .EUGENE M. BAKER (Ap'd N. Y.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1836, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : on frontier duty^at Camp Watson, Or., June, 
(Major, 2d Cavaley, Apr. 8, 1869) 
1866, to May, 1869 ; on leave of absence, July-Nov., 1869 ; in command of 
Ft. Ellis, Mon., Dec. 1, 1869, to Oct. 15, 1872 ; in ai-rest, Oct 15, 1872, to 
Jan. 11, 1873 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Sanders, Wy., and Omaha, Neb., 
Feb. -Mar., 1873 ; as Member of Board to jjurchase horses to Aug., 1873 ; on 
frontier duty in command of Camp Canbj', Neb., to Oct., 1873, — Camp 
Brown, Wy.,' Nov. 2, 1873, to Feb. 19, 1874,— of Cavalry Column on Sioux 
Expedition, Feb. 19, to Mar. 16, 1874,— at. Ft. Laramie, Wy., to Sep. 27, 
1874,— in command of Camp Brown, Wy., Oct. 6, 1874, to Nov., 1875,— and 
Camp Stambaugh, Wy., to Feb., 1876; on leave and absent sick to Oct. 31, 
1876 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Sanders, Wy., Nov. 1, 1876, to Sep., 1877,— 
Ft. Keogh, Mon., Oct., 1877, to Aug. 15, 1878,— on Colonel Miles' Expedition, 
Axig. 15, to Oct. 8, 1878, — with Battalion of regiment in the field, Oct. 14, to 
Nov. 6, 1878,— and at Ft. Keogh, Mon., Nov. 6, 1878, to 



1837. . . .(Born N. Y.) NORMAN J. HALL (Ap'd Mich.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1837, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, May 26, 1867, at Brooklyn, N. Y. : Aged 30. 



1838. . . . (Born Me.) RODERIC STONE (Ap'd Min.) . .14 

For previous history, see No. 1838, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Valverde, and 
Died, Mar. 3, 1862, at Ft. Craig, N. M. : Aged 25. 



1839. . . .(Born Pa.) FRANCIS J. CRILLY (Ap'd Pa.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1839, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant in the Quartermaster General's 
Office, Washington, D. C, July 1, to Aug. 19, 1867 ; as Chief Quartermaster 



278 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBBE. 1859. Class Kank. 



of Post, Depot, imd District of Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug. 24, 1867, to Nov. 26, 
1868; as Quartermaster of Ft. Dodge, Kan., Dec. 6, 1868, to Jan. 12, 1869: 
and on leave of absence to Feb. 8, 1869. 

Kesigned, Feb. 8, 1869. 
Civil History. —Merchant, Philadelphia, Pa., since 1869. 



1840. . .(Born O) ATjLEN L. ANDERSON (Ap'd O.). ,16 

For previous history, see No. 1840, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Engineer of the City of Cincinnati, O., since 18 — . 



1841 .(Born Vt.) . EDWIN H. STOUGHTON (Ap'd Vt.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 1841, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
CivU History.— Counsellor at Law, New York City, 1863-68. 
Died, Dec. 25, 1868, at Boston, Mas. : Aged 31. 



1842. . . (Born 0.) CALEB H. CARLTON (Ap'd O.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1842, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Camp Augur, Neb., 
Mar. -May, 1867,— and Ft. Laramie, Wy., to Nov. 18, 1867 : on leave of 
absence, Nov. 18, 1867, to Apr., 1868; on frontier duty at Ft. Fettennan. 

(Unassigned, Mae. 23, 1869) 
Dak., to May 4, 1869 ; awaiting orders, to Sep., 1869 ; as Professor of Military 
Science at Miami University, O., Nov. 23, 1869, to Oct., 1871 : on frontier 

(Assigned to 10th Cavalry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
dutv at Ft. Sill, I. T., Oct., 1871, to Nov. 12, 1872 ; on leave of absence, to 
June 30, 1873 ; on frontier duty, at Ft. Sill. I. T., to Mar. 27, 1875,— Ft. 
McKavett, Tex., Apr. 17, 1875, to July 11, 1876,— Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy.. 

(Major, 3d Cavalry, May 17, 1876) 
Aug. 19, to Nov., 1876,— and Ft. Fetterman. Wy., Nov. 12, 1876, to May 25. 
1877 ; on leave of absence, to Oct. 10, 1877 : as Member of Board of Survey 
and Recorder of Examination Board for Superintendents of National Ceme- 
teries, Oct. 10, 1877, to May 3, 1878 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Laramie, Wy., 
May-June, 1878, — and Scouting, to Dec. 21, 1878 : and on leave of absence, 
Dec. 21. 1878, to 

1843. . . .(Born Ga.) JOSEPH WHEELER (Ap'd N. Y.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1843, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. --Commission Merchant, New Orleans, La., 1866-68. De- 
clined the Appointment of Professor of Sciences and Commandant of Cadets, 
Louisiana State Seminary. 1867. Coxinsellor at Law and Planter. Wheeler, 
Lawrence County. Ala., since 1868. 



1844 . . .(Born Del.) JOHN J. UPHAM (Ap'd Wis.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1844, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in garrison at Charleston, S. C, Apr., 1867, 
to May, 1868,- and Wilmington, N. C, to Aug. 25, 1868 ; on leave of absence. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADKMY. 279 



Number. 1859-60. Class Eank. 

Aug. 25, to Oct., 1868,— in garrison at Florence, S. C, Oct., 1868,— and 
Charleston, S. C, to Mar., 1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Gibson, I. T., Mar., 
1869.— Ft. Smith, Ark., to Aug., 1869,— Crawford ville, Kan., to Oct., 1869,— 

(Transfeeeed to 6th Cavalry, Jan. 1, 1871) 
Girard, Kan., to Jan., 1871,— in the field, Mar. -Oct., 1871,— Ft. Scott, Kan., 
commanding troops in South Eastern Kansas, Oct. 24, 1871, to Apr., 
1873,— Ft. Gibson, I. T., Apr. 21, 1873, to Aug. 25, 1874,— and in the 

(Ma.joe, 5th C.walet, Aug. 1, 1874) 
field, Oct. -Dec, 1874 ; on leave of absence to June 23, 1875 ; on Court Mar- 
tial to Aug. 8, 1875 ; on frontier duty in command of Ft. Gibson, I. T., 
Sep. 8, 1875, to June 7, 1876, — and on Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedi- 
tion to Nov. 24, 1876, being engaged in the Action of Indian Creek, Wy., 
July 17, 1876, and Combat of Slim Buttes, Dak., Sep. 9-10, 1876 ; on leave 
of absence to Jan. 24, 1877 ; under orders of Interior Department to June 
26, 1877 ; on leave of absence, June 26, 1877, to July 4, 1878, and absent 
sick to Julv 31, 1878 ; and on frontier duty at Camj) Brown, Wy., Aug. 8, 
1878. to ' 



1845 (Born Pa.). . .ABRAHAM K. ARNOLD (Ap'd Pa.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1845, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Served: at the Military Academy as Assistant In- 
structor of Cavalry, Aug. 23, 1864, to Aug 28, 1869 ; on leave of absence to 

(Major, 6th Cavalry, June 22, 1869) 
Feb. 1870; on frontier duty at Ft. Waco, Tex., to June 1870,— Ft. Richardson, 
Tex., and Scouting, Jan. 18, 1870, to Apr. 19, 1871,— Camp near Ft. Hays, 
Kan., to Oct., 1871,— Ft. Riley, Kan., Oct. 24, 1871, to May, 1872,— and Camp 
near Ft. Hays, Kan., to Sep., 1872 ; in charge of Disbursing Office, Freed- 
man's Bureau, New Orleans, La., Sep. 12, 1872, to Julj^ 1878 ; in settling his 
accounts to Nov. 5, 1878 ; and on leave of absence, Nov. 5, 1878, to 



1846. . . .(Bom Va.). . HENRY A. F. WORTH. . .(Ap'd at Large). .22 
For previous history, see No. 1846, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



CLASS OF 1860. 



1847 . . .(Born N. J.). .WALTER McFARLAND (Ap'd N. Y.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1847, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Superintending Engineer of Fts. Jefferson 
and Taylor, Fla., Mar., 1862, to Dec, 1867 ; on temporary duty in Washing- 
ton and New York, Feb. 19, to May 25. 1868 ; as Siiperintending Engineer 
of Harbor and River Improvements on Lake Erie, west of Dunkirk, May 25, 
1868, to Apr. 25, 1871,— of Ft. Wayne, Mich., Nov. 19, 1869, to Apr. 25, 1871, 
— of Improvements on Lake Huron and St. Mary's River, Feb. 7, 1870, to 
Apr. 25, 1871, — of Improvement of Tennessee River, May 25, 1871, and of 
Cumberland River, May, 1873, to May 15, 1876, — of Surveys of various Rivers 



280 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1860. Class Rank. 



and Transportation Routes in the Southern States, between the Mississippi 
and the Appalachian Mountains, May 25, 1871, to May 15, 1876,— of ex- 
amination, under U. S. Isthmus Canal Commission, for proposed Inter- 
oceanic Panama Ship Canal, 1874-76,— of Fts. Ontario and Niagara, since 
Dec. 1, 1875,— of Surveys and Imiirovements of Harbors on Lake Ontario, 
Dec. 1, 1875, to , —of Survey for Ship Canal around St. Lawrence Rapids, 

Dec. 1, 1875, to ,— of Tenth Lighthouse District, Dec. 30, 1876, to 

— of Improvements of Harbors on Lake Erie, since Dec. 31, 1877,— of Ft. 
Wayne, Mich., since Dec. 31, 1877 ; and as Member of Board of Engineers on 
Improvement of Toledo Harbor, Jan., 1869, — on Improvement of Harboi-son 
Lake Michigan, May, 1869,— on Dunkirk Breakwater, Nov., 1869,— on Har- 
bor Improvements on Lakes Superior and Michigan, Jan., 1870, — on Oswego 
Harbor, Mar., 1870,— to examine condition of Presqiie Isle Peninsula, Pa., 
Oct. 10, 1870, to Sep. 3, 1871,— on Dunkirk Harbor, Improvement, N. Y., 
Nov., 1870,— on Improvement of Grand River Harbor, O., Feb., 1872,— and 
on Little Rock Bridge, Ark., June-July, 1873. 



1848. . . .(Bom N. Y.) JOHN A. TARDY (Ap'd N. Y.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1848, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died. June 3, 1867, at Geoegetown, D. C. : Aged 28. 



1849. . . .(Born Pa.) HORACE PORTER (Ap'd Pa.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1849, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Aide-de-Camp, to General Grant, Com- 
manding the Armies of the United States, Apr. 14, 1865, to Mar. 4, 1869 ; 

(Major, Oednance, Mae. 7, 1867) 
as Acting Private Secretary to President Grant, Mar. 4, 1869, to Jan., 1873 ; 
and on leave of absence, to Dec. 31, 1873. 

Resigned, Dec. 31, 1873. 

Civil History. — Vice-President of Pullman Car Company since 1873 ; 
and of Metropolitan Elevated Railroad of New York City, since 187 — . 
Residence. New York City. 



1850 . (Born N. Y.) . . . .NICOLAS BOWEN (Ap'd N. Y.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1850, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in charge of Engineer Agency at New York 
City, Dec. 6, 1865, to Jan. 27, 1869; as Superintending Engineer of the 
construction of the Defenses on the west of the Narrows entrance to New 
York Harbor, Dec. 12, 1865, to Apr. 4, 1866,— and of the Inner Defenses of 
New York Harbor, Aug. 21, 1866, to Jan. 27, 1869 ; awaiting orders, to May, 
1869 ; as Superintending Engineer of the Harbor and River Improvements 
on Lake Ontario and on the St. Lawrence River, and repairs of Fts. Ontario 
and Niagara, to Nov. 23, 1870 (settling accounts to Jjm., 1871), and 
Jan. 13-27, 1871 ; as Member of Board of Engineers on Improvement of 
Oswego Harbor, N. Y., Mar.. 1870: and Chief Engineer on the Staff of the 
Commanding General of the Pncitic Division, to Juno 2, 1871, when ordered 
to his liome. 

Died, Juia- 11, 1871, .vv Dorchesteb, Mas.: Aged 35. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 281 



Nttmbeb. 1860. Class Eank. 



1851 ... (Born Mas. ) . . . THEODORE EDSON (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 5 

For previous history, see No. 1851, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Rock Island 
Arsenal, 111., June 1, 1867, to July 7, 1869 ; as Instructor of Ordnance and 

(IVIajok, Ordnance, Dec. 15, 1867) 
Gunnery at the Military Academy, Aug. 2, 1869, to Nov. 17, 1870. 
Died, Nov. 17, 1870, at Rock Island, III. : Aged 32. 



1852. . . .(Born 111.) . . ..JAMES H. WILSON (Ap'd 111.). .6 

For previoiis history, see No. 1852, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the Sui-vev 
of Rock and Illinois Rivers, July 31, 1866, to Sep. 2, 1870,— and of Des 

(Unassigntsd, Mae. 3, 1869) 
Moines and Rock Island Rapids, of the Mississippi, Aug. 3, 1866, to Sep. 2, 
1870 : and on leave of absence, Hep. 2, to Dec. 31, 1870. 

Honorably Discharged, at his own request, Dec. 31, 1870. 

Civil History. — Civil Engineer since 1870. Vice-President of St. Louis 
and Southeastern Railroad, 1870-76 : and Receiver and General Manager 
since 1876. In the service of the United States superintending the Improve- 
ment of Illinois River, and Des Moines and Rock Island Rapids of the Missis- 
sipjDi, Jan. 1, 1871, to Apr. 3, 1876. Agent of a Commission to negotiate in 
Europe a loan for the Jajjanese Government, 1872. Member of the Board of 
Visitors to the United States Naval Academv, 1874. Chief Engineer of the 
Gilbert Elevated Railroad in New York City, Jan. 25, to Sep. 1, 1876. 
Author of various Magazine articles, and for Appleton's American Encyclo- 
pedia, 1874,— and of '■ Life of General U. S. Grant," 1868. 



1853 . (Born S. C). BENJAMIN P. SLOAN (Ap'd S. C). .7 

For previovis history, see No. 1853, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1854. . .(Born Mas.). JAMES M. WHITTEMORE (Ap'd Mas.). .8 

For previoiTS history, see No. 1851, Vol. II. of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served: as Assistant Ordnance Officer at "Watervliet 
Arsenal, N. Y.. Sep. 18, 1866, to Oct. 20, 1868.— and at Watertown Arsenal, 
Mas.. Oct. 20, 1868. to Oct. 1. 1869 : in command of Kennebec Arsenal, Me., 

(Major, Ordnance, Jun-e 23, 1874) 
Oct. 1, 1869, to June 1, 1876,— and of Frankford Ai'senal, Pa., June 6, 1876, 
to : and as Member of Board to examine Ordnance Officers for Pro- 

motion, Sep. 22, to Oct. 17, 1874, — and of Board to examine Officers for trans- 
fer to the Ordnance Department, May 30, to June 10, 1878. 



282 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1860. Class Rank. 

1855 . (Born N. Y.) . .AL ANSON M. RANDOL (Ap'd N. Y.). 9 

For previous history, see No. 1855, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of batterj' at Brownsville, * 
Tex., Dec. 10, 1865, to Apr. 9, 1869, —Ft. Trumbiill, Ct., Apr. 27, 1869, to 
Feb. 17, 1870,— Ft. Delaware, Del., (in command) Feb. 19, to Oct. 19, 1870,— 
Ft. Wood, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1870, to Aug. 30. 1872,— Ft. Hamilton,N. Y., to Nov. 9, 
1872, — and Charleston, S. C, to Aug. 16, 1873 ; on leave of absence, Aug. 16, 
to Nov. 27, 1873 : in command of battery at Ft. Barrancas, Fla., to Dec, 
1875, being detached to New Orleans, La., during election disturbances, 
Sep. -Dec, 1874,— Ft. Independence, Mas., to Sep. 29, 1876,— Edgefield, 
S. C. Tallahassee, Fla., and Columbia, S. C, to Feb., 1877,— and Ft. Inde- 
pendence, Mas., Oct. 25, 1877, to , being engaged in quelling Rail- 
road Disturbances in Pennsylvania, July 23, to Oct. 24, 1877. 



1856. . . .(Born 111.) CORNELIUS HOOK (Ap'd 111.). .10 

For i^revious history, see No. 1856, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
DnsD, June 19, 1864, at Key West, Fla. : Aged 26. 



1857. . . .(Born Va.). . .WILLIAM W. McCREERY . (Ap'd at Large) .11 
For previous history, see No. 1857, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 3, 1863, est the Battle of Gettysbukg, Pa. : Aged 27. 



1858 ... (Born D. C. ) . . . JOHN M. "WILSON (Ap'd Wash. ) . . 12 

For previous history, see No. 1858, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the Improvement 
(Bvt. -Colonel, Apr. 8, 1865, for Gallant and Meritorious Services 
AT THE Capture of Spanish Fort and Ft. Blakely, Ala. ) 
of the Hudson River, Sep. 4, 1866, to Jan. 21, 1871 ; as Superintending En- 
gineer of Fts. Ontario and Niagara, N. Y''., Jan. 22, 1871, to Dec 1, 1875, — of 
Harbor Improvements on Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River, N. Y., 
Jan. 22, 1871, to Dec. 22, 1875, — of Surveys for Harbors at Bear and Big Sandy 
Creeks, N. Y., Canal around St. Lawrence Rajiids, at Wadington, N. Y., and 
for the Third Sub-Division of the Northem Transportation Route from the 
Great Lakes to Tide-Water, Jan. 22, 1871, to Dec. 1, 1875,— and of Improve- 
ments of Willamette, Columbia, and Snake Rivers. Canal around the Cascades, 
Defenses at the mouth of Columbia River, Examination of Puyallup 
River, and for Canal to connect Shoalwater Bay, Wash., with the Columbia 
River, Dec 27, 1876, to Oct. 21, 1875 ; as Engineer of Thirteenth Lighthouse 
District (Coast of Oregon and Washington Territory), Dec 27, 1875, to Oct. 21, 
1878, — and of the Harbor Imiirovements on Lake Erie west of Presque 
Isle, Pa., since Dec, 1878 ; and as Member of various Boards of Engineers 
for the Improvement of Harbors on the Lakes, 1871-75, — and of Works under 
his charge in the Northern Pacific territority, 1876-78. 

* While in temporary command, Oct. 7-19, 1867, at Brownsville, Tex., the post was visited 
by Yellow Fever and a Tornado ; and for his services, on the occasion, received the Thanks of 
the Mexican Congress and of the City Council of Brownsville, " for the humanity which 
induced him to extend the helping hand of relief to the destitute citizens of Mexico and the 
City of Brownsville, after the late storm, thereby preventing a great amount of privation and 
suffering." 



U. :^. MELITARY ACADEMY. 283 



Number. 1860. Class Eane, 



1859 . (Born Pa.) . JOSIAH H. KELLOGG (Ap'd Pa.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1859, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : under the Law of July 28, 1866, as Professor 
of Civil Engineering and Military Tactics at Kntgers College, NeM^ Bruns- 
wick, N. J., Aug. 30, 1866, to Feb. 21, 1870. 

Retired from Active Seevice, Feb. 6, 1864. 

1860 . .(Born N. C.) STEPHEN D. RAMSEUR (Apd N. C). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1860, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Mortally Wounded ix the Battle or Cedar Creek, Va., and 
Died, Oct. 21, 1864 : Aged 27. 



1861 (BoinN. Y.). EDWARD R. HOPKINS (Ap'd N. Y.). .15 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1861, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Merchant, Brooklyn, N. Y.. 1865 to 18—. Civil Engineer 
and Surveyor, Newark, N. J., since 18 — . 

1862. . . . (Born Ind.) DANIEL D. LYNN (Ap'd Ind.) . . 16 

For previous history, see No. 1862, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Chester, S. C, Jan., to 
Nov. 13, 1867,— Charleston, S. C, to May, 1868,— Raleigh, N. C, to Aug., 
1868, — and Charleston, S. C., to Mar., 1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Gibson, 
I. T.. Mar., 1869,— Ft. Smith, Ark., to Aug., 1869,— Crawfordsville, Kan., to 
Sep., 1869, — and Dry "Wood Creek, Kan., to June 31, 1870, and awaiting 

(Unassigned, Jan. 5, 1870) 
orders, to Nov. 1, 1870. 

HONOBABLY DISCHARGED, AT HIS OAVN REQUEST, NoV. 1, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1863. . . (Born Me.) SAM A. FOSTER (Ap'd Me.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 1863, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief of Commissariat of the Department 
of Columbia, Apr. 6, to Nov., 1867 : on tour of Inspection in Arizona, to 
Mar. 11, 1868 ; and as Chief of Commissariat, Department of California, to 
Dec, 1868, — and of Deijartment of Columbia, to Dec, 1870; and at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., to Feb. 2, 1871. 

Died, Feb. 2, 1871, at San Francisco, Cal. : Aged 34. 



1864 (Bom N. J). ALEX. C. M. PENNINGTON . (Ap'd N. J.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1864, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: awaiting orders, May 15, 1867, to Apr. 18, 
1868; in garrison at the Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., Mav 27, 1868, to May 17, 
1871,— Ft. Stevens, Or., (in command) May 22, 1871, to Oct. 27, 1872,— Pre- 
sidio, San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 30, to Nov. 5, 1872, — Ft. Johnston, N. C, 
Nov. 17, 1872, to July 25, 1877, except while detached at Union, S. C, Sep. 24, 



284 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1860. Class Eank. 

to Nov. 21, 1874,— Marion, S. C, Sep. 26, 1876, to Jan. 15, 1877, pending 
elections, — Pittsburg, Pa., during Railroad Disturbances, July 28, to Oct. 5, 
1877,— Ft. McHenry, Md., Oct. 6, 1877, to 

Civil History. — Degree of A.M., conferred by Princeton College, N. J., 
1864. 

1865 ... (Born N. C.) JOHN M. KERR (Ap'd N. C.)..19 

For previous history, see No. 1865, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, 1861, in Noeth Cakolina: Aged 24. 



1866... (Born Md) ...ALBERT M. POWELL (Ap'd Md.). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1866, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served: in garrison at Ft. Rice, 'Dak., June, 1866, to 
June, 1867, (Scoviting in Dakota, Aug., 1866),— and at Ft. Stevenson, Dak., 
July, 1867, to June, 1868. 

Died, June 10, 1868, at Ft. Ste^tinson, Dak. : Aged 33. 



1867. . . .(Born Mo.) ALFRED T. SMITH (Ap'dllL). .21 

For previous history, see No. 1867, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : in command at Anderson, S. C, Aug. 6, 
1866, to Dec, 1867. — Lawrenceville, S. C, to Aug., 1868,— Columbia, S. C, 
to Mar., 1869,— and Ft. Macon, N. C, to Oct. 25, 1869 ; on leave of absence 
to Jan., 1870 ; in garrison at Ft. Macon. N. C, Jan., 1870,— Columbia, S. C, 
to Oct., 1870,— David's Island, N. Y., to Nov., 1871,— and Chicago, 111., to 
May, 1872 ; on fi'ontier duty at Beaver, Utah, to Aug., 1874, — Yerba Buena 
Island, and Ft. Yuma, Cal., Aug. -Sep., 1874, — and Camp Grant, Ara., Oct., 
1874, to Feb., 1878 ; as Acting Judge Advocate of the Department of Ari- 
zona, to May 13, 1878 ; on leave of absence. May 15, to Sep. 6, 1878 ; and in 
garrison at San Diego Barracks, Cal., Sep. 6, 1878, to 



1868 . (Born N. Y.) . . . WESLEY MERRITT (Ap'd 111. ) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 1868, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Inspection duty, at headquarters De- 
partment of the Gulf, Oct., 1866, to Feb., 1867 ; in command of regiment at 
New Orleans, La., Feb., 1867 ; on frontier duty at San Antonio, Tex., to 
Apr., 1867, — and at Ft. Davis, Tex., June-Nov., 1867 ; on sick leave of 
absence, to Apr., 1868 ; on frontier duty at San Antonio. Tex., to June, 
1868,— and Ft. Davis, Tex., to Sep. 3, 1869 ; as Member of General Tactics 
Board, at St. Louis, Mo., to Dec, 1870 ; on leave of absence, to Oct., 1871 ; 
in command of regiment at Ft. Stockton, Tex., to Apr., 1872, — Ft. Clark. 
Tex., to Apr., 1873.— and Ft. Concho, Tex., to May 13, 1874 ; on leave of 
absence, to Feb., 1875 ; as Inspector of Cavalry, at headquarters, Division 
of the Missoui'i, to June 23, 1876: on frontier duty, in command of regiment, 
Scouting in Wyoming, July. 1876, being engaged in the Action of Indian 
Creek, Wy., Jiily 17, 1876,"— of the Cavalry forces of the Big Horn and 

(Colonel, 5th Cavalry, July 1, 1876) 
Yellowstone Expedition, Aug. 4, to Nov. 11, 1876, being engaged in the 
Combat of Slim Buttes, Dak., Sep. 9-10, 1876,— Ft. D. A. Russell, Wv., 
Nov. 11, 1876, to May 20, 1878,— Scouting, to Oct., 1878,— and Ft. Laram'ie, 
Wy., to Nov. 17, 1878 ; and on leave of absence, Nov. 17, 1878, to 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 285 



Number. 1860. Class Bank. 



1869. . . .(Born Ky.) JAMES P. MARTIN (Ap'd at Large). .23 

For previous history, see No. 1869, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History —Served : in ooiumand of Lake City, Fla., Nov.. IHGfj, 
to Mar., 1867, — St. Augustine, Fla., to Sep., 1867, — Fernandina, Fla., to 
Oct., 1867,— Ft. Clinch. Fla., to Aug., 1868, --Jacksonville, Fla., to Sep., 1868, 
— and Fernandina, Fla., to Dec. 19. 1868 ; on leave of absence, Jan. -Feb., 
1869 ; on duty, at headquarters of the Army, to Apr., 1869 ; as Assistant 

Major Staff — Assistant Adjdtant-Genekal, Apk. 10, 18()9) 
Adjutant General, Department of the Cumberland. May 8, 1869, to Mar.. 
1870, — in the Adjutant-General's Office at Washington. D. C, Mar. 5. 1870, to 
June 7, 1875, — and of the Department of Arizona, at Prescott, Aug. 31, 1875, 
to 

1870. . . (Born Ala.) . .JOHN R. B. BURTWELL (Ap d Ala.) . 24 

For ijrevious history, see No. 1870, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Planter, near Florence, Ala., 1866-73. 

Died, Oct. 21, 1873, at Florence, Ala. : Aged 37. 



1871. . . .(Born O.) WILLIAM G. JONES (Ap'd O.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1871, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Sep. 19, 1863, in the Battle of Chickamauga, Ga. : Aged 26. 

1872. . . .(Born N, Y,). MARTIN V. B. LEWIS (Ap'd O). 26 

For previous history, see No. 1872, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, June 29, 1862, at Winchester, Va. : Aged 26. 

1873. . . .(Bom Mas.) SALEM S. MARSH (Ap'd Mas.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1873, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, May 1, 1863, rsr the Battle of Chancellorsville, Va. : Aged 26. 

1874. . . .(Born S. C.) WADE H. GIBBES (Ap'd S. C). .28 

For previous history, see No. 187-4, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Farmer, near Columbia, S. C, since 18 — . 

1875. . . . (Born Fla.) , . .CHARLES S. BOWMAN. . . .(Ap'd at Large) . . 29 

For previous history, see No. 1875, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Camj) Verde. Tex., Nov, 20, 
1866, to Jan, 13, 1868. 

Died, Jan. 13, 1868, -4^t C.\mp Verde, Tex. : Aged 31. 

1876. . . . (Born R, I.) . , . SAMUEL T. CUSHING (Ap'd R, I,) . .30 

For previous history, see No. 1876, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates, 

Military History. — Served : as Chief of Commissariat, Department of the 
Platte, Aug. 23, 1866, to Mar., 1868,— of District of Texas, Fifth Military 



286 GRADUATES OF THE 



NxJMBEB. 1860. Class Rank, 



District, and Deijartinent of Texas, Mar. 2G, 1868, to Jan. 3, 1873 (leave of 
absence and- under orders to Oct., 1873), — and of District of New Mexico, 
Oct. 30, 1873, to Aug. 11, 1874 (sick leave of absence, to Nov. 28, 1874) ; as 
Purchasing and Depot Commissary, at Louisville, Ky., Nov. 30, 1874, to 
Aitg., 1875 ; as Chief of Commissariat, Department of the South, Aug. 6, 
1875, to Feb. 10, 1877 ; as Purchasing and Depot Commissary at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., Feb. 19, 1877, to (temporarily on Nez Perce Expedi- 
tion, Jan. 18, to July, 1878, and at Commissary Dejaot at Baker and Boise 
Cities, Ida., to Sep. 16, 1878). 



1877 .... (Born Va. ) FRANK HUGER (Ap'd at Large) . . 31 

For previous history, see No. 1877, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Secretary of Norfolk and Petersbiirg Railroad Co., 1865 : 
of Norfolk and Petersburg, and South Side Railroads, 1866; and Norfolk and 
Petersburg, South Side, and Virginia and Tennessee Railroads, 1867. 
Master of Transportation of Virginia and Tennessee Division of the Atlantic, 
Mississippi and Ohio Railroad Co., since 1868. Residence, Lynchbiirg, Va. 



1878. . (Born Mich.). ROBERT H. HALL (Ap'd 111.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1878, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Abercrombie, Dak., 
May. 1866, to Feb., 1868, (in command. May, 1866, to Jan., 1867),— Ft. Ran- 
som, Dak., (in command) Feb., 1868, to May, 1869, — San Antonio, Tex., July, 
1869, to May, 1871, (in command, Aug.-Oct., 1869, and Dec, 1870-Mar., 
1871) — and in command of San Antonio Arsenal and Acting Chief Ordnance 
Officer, Department of Texas, Dec. 1, 1870, to June 28, 1871 ; at the Mih- 
tary Academy, July 13, 1871, to July 1, 1878, as Assistant Instructor of 
Infantry Tactics, July 13,-Sep. 1, 1871, and Adjutant, Sep. 1, 1871, to 
Julv 1, 1878 ; as Aide-de-Camp, to Major-General Schotield, commanding 
Department of West Point, July 1, 1878, to Oct. 18, 1878 ; on delay and 
joining regiment to Dec. 22, 1878; and on frontier duty at Ft. McKavett, 
Tex., Dec. 22, 1878, to 

1879 (Born Del.). . JOHN N. ANDREWS (Ap'd Del.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1879, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Unionville, S. C, May, 1866, 
to Dec, 1867, — and Laurenceville, S. C, to July, 1868 ; on leave of absence, 
July-Oct., 1868 ; in garrison at Columbia, S. C, Oct. 22, 1868, to Mar.. 1869, 
—Charleston, S. C.,to Dec, 1869,— Tallahassee, Fla., to May, 1870,— Raleigh, 
N. C, to Oct., 1870,— David's Island, N. Y., to Nov., 1871,— and Chicago, 111., 
to May, 1872; on frontier duty at Beaver, Utah, to Julv, 1874, — Camp Lowell, 
Ara., Sep., 1874, to July, 1877,— Camp Apache, Ara., Aug., 1877, to July 20, 
1878, — and Camp Halleck, Nev., Aug. 18, to Sep. 14, 1878 ; and on leave of 
absence, Sep. 14, 1878, to 

1880 ... (Born I. T. ) .ED"WARD B. D. RILEY (Ap'd at Large) . . 34 

For i>revious history, see No. 1880, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1866,-74, and since 1875, no certain informa- 
tion having been received. Inspector of Improvement of Cleveland Har- 
bor, O., 1874-75. Residence, Buffalo, N. Y. 



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NiTMBEB. 1860. Class Rank. 



1881. . . (Boiii O.) "WILLIAM H. JORDAN (Apd U.) ,35 

For iDrevious history, see No. 1881, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : iu command of Camp Wrif^ht, Cal., Apr. 4, 
1866, to May 31, 1867 ; on leave of absence, June 1, to Jiily 10, 18(;7 ; on 
Recriiiting Service at San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 1, 1867, to Nov. 5, iHfiH, being 
engaged in conducting Recruits to Department of Columbia, July'20~Sep. It, 
1868 ; in garrison at Camp AV right, Cal., Nov. 5, 1868, to May 22, "l 86'.), — and 
Angel Island, Cal., May 22, to June 7, 1869 : iu command of eight companies 
to Deijartment of the Platte. June 7-16, 1869 ; on frontier duty at Omaha 
Barracks, Neb., June 16, 1869, to Nov. 28, 1871, except while on Provost 
Guard duty at Chicago, 111., Oct. 10-24, 1871,— Ft. McPherstm, Neb. (in 
command), Nov. 28, 1871, to Jan. 19, 1872,— Omaha Barracks, Neb., to May 23, 
1873, except while escorting U. S. Treasurer to San Francisco, Cal., June 21- 
July 10, 1872,— on Yellowstone Expedition, May 23, to July 28, 1873,— 
Omaha Barracks, Neb., Aug. 28, 1873, to June 23, 1874, — Camp Robinson, 
Neb. (in command), to Nov. 1, 1876, — on Powder River Exijedition, Nov. 1, 
1876, to Jan. 8, 1877,— North Platte, Neb. (in command), Jan. 19, to June 7, 
1877 ; on leave of absence, June 7, to Oct. 7, 1877 : on frontier duty at North 
Platte, Neb. (in command), Oct. 7, to Dec. 7, 1877— and Ft. McPherson, 
Neb., Dec. 7, 1877, to Sejj. 22, 1878 ; and on General Recruiting Service, 
Oct. 7, 1878, to 

1882. . . (Born 111.) JOHN J. SWEET (Ap'd 111.). .36 

For previoiis history, see No. 1882, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Jlt«: 27, 1862, in the Battle of G.unes' Mill, Va. : Aged 24. 

1883. . . .(Born Pa.) LYMAN MISHLER (Ap'd Pa.) .37 

For previous history, see No. 1883, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Killed, Feb. 21, 1862, in the Battle of Valveede, N. M. : Aged 23. 

1884. . . . (Born N. Y.).. GEORGE S. HOLLISTER (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 38 

For previous history, see No. 1884, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History, — Served: in garrison at Tallahassee, Fla., Oct., 1866, 
to Sep., 1868 (in arrest and awaiting sentence, Jan. 23, to June 6, 1868), — 
and at Ft. Brooke, Fla., to Apr., 1869 ; and on frontier duty at Omaha, Neb., 
May, 1869,— Camp Douglas, Utah, to May, 1870,— and Camp Baker, Mon., 
to Jan. 1, 1871. 

Honokably Musteked out of Service, Jan. 1, 1871. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1885 . . (Born N. Y. ) . . GEORGE W. VANDERBILT. . . (Ap'd N. Y. ) 39 
For previous history, see No. 1885, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, J.\n. 1, 1864, at Nice, Feance, Aged 25. 



1886 (Born Vt.) JAMES M. "WARNER (Ap'd Vt.). 40 

For previous history, see No. 1886, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Paper Manufacturer, Albany, N. Y., since 1866. 



1887 ... (Born N. C. ) . HAROLD BORLAND (Ap'd Ark. ) . . 41 

For previous history, see No. 1887, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



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NuMBEK. 1861. Class Rank. 



CLASS OF MAY 6, 1861. 

1888. . . .{Born Del.). . . .HENRY A. DU PONT (Ap'd at Large). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1(S88, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of battery at Richmond Va., 
Oct. 29, 1866, to Jan., 1868,— Camp Williams, Va., to Oct., 1868,— Washing- 
ton, D. C, to July, 1870,— and Ft. Adams, R. I., to Jan. 16, 1873, and June 
12, to Sep. 6, 1873 ; as Member of Board, Jan. 17, to June 11, 1873, to assim- 
ilate the Tactics of Artillery, Infantry and Cavalry, adopted for the Army, 
Jnlj 17, 1873 ; on special diity at West Point, N." Y., Sep. 7, 1873, to Sep., 
1874 ; and on leave of absence to Mar. 1, 1875. 

Resignkd, Mab. 1, 1875. 

Civil History. — Residence, Wilmington, Del. 

1889 . (Born Mas. ) . . . CHARLES E. CROSS (Ap'd Mas. ) . . 2 

For previous history, see No. 1889, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, June 5, 1863, at Feanklin's Crossing of the 
Rappahannock, Va. : Aged 26. 



1890 ... (Born Vt. ) . . . . ORVILLE E. BABCOCK (Ap'd Vt. ) . 3 

For previous history, see No. 1890, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Headquarters of the General Com- 
manding the Armies of the United States, Api-. 9, 1866, to Mar. 4, 1869, and 
under the orders of the President of the United States, at the Executive 
Mansion, till Mar. 3, 1877 ; as Superintending Engineer of Public Build- 
ings and Grounds and certain Public Works in the District of Columbia, 
June 1, 1871, to Mar. 3, 1877,— of Washington Aqueduct, Oct. 13, 1871, to 
Mar. 3, 1877,— of Chain Bridge over the Potomac River, June 25, 1872, to 

(Colonel, ex-officio, by Act of Congress, M.\r. 3, 1873, to Mar. 3, 1877^1 
Mar. 3, 1877, — of Anacosta Bridge across the Eastern Branch of the Potomac, 
J\ily 21, 1874, to Mar. 3, 1877, — of the construction of the East Wing of the 
Building for the State, War, and Navy Deimrtments, Mar. 25, 1875, to Mar. 3, 
1877, —and of the Fifth Lighthouse' District, Mar. 12, 1877, to ; 

and as Member of Commission to determine location of General Scott's 
Statue, June, 1871, — of Board for Improvement of Washington and George- 
town Harbors, Mar. 5, 1872, to Mar. 3, 1877, — and of Commission on the 
necessity of a Post Office Building, at Baltimore, Md., June 20, 1878, to 



1891. . . .(Born 111.) . ..HENRY W. KINGSBURY.. (Ap'd N. Y.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1891, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Antietam, Md., and 
Died, Sep. 18, 1862 : Aged 26. 

1892, . .(Born Me.) ADELBERT AMES (Ap'd Me.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 1892, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on leave of absence. May 1, 1866, to July, 
1867 ; before an Examining Board to Aug. 27, 1867 ; as Acting Assistant In- 
spector-General, Fourth Military District, to May 29, 1868 ; in command at 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 280 



NuMBEB. 1861. Class Rank. 



Vicksburg, Mis., to Jiine 15, 18fi8 ; as Provisioual Governor of the State of 
Mississipiji, ut Jackson, Mis., Jnne 15, 18G8, to Mar. 17, 18()9 : and in com- 
mand of the Fourth Military District to Feb. 23, 1870. 
ResictNed, Feb. 23, 1870. 

Civil History. — United States Senator from the State of Mississippi, 
Apr. 1, 1870, to Mar. 4, 1873. Governor of the State of Mississippi, Jan. 22, 
1874, to 



1893. .(Born D. C). LLEWELLYN G. HOXTON. .(Ap'd at Large). .6 

For previous history, see No. 1893, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Teacher in Maryland, 1866-09 ; and in the Episcopal 
High School of Virginia (near Alexandria) since 1869. 



1894 . (Born Va.).ADELBERT R. BUFPINGTON (Ap'd Va.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1894, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief of Ordnance of the Fifth Military 
District (Louisiana and Texas), May 26, to July 6, 1857 ; on leave of absence, 
July 6, to Nov. 6, 1867 ; in command of Watertown Arsenal, Mas., Jan. 1, to 
Oct. 20, 1868 ; as Assistant Ordnance Ofiicer, at Watervliet Arsenal, Oct. 20, 
1868, to Sep. 29, 1873, except while Assistant Superintendent of the Arma- 
ment of the Southern Sea-Coast Fortifications, Feb. 1, 1872, to May 7, 1873 ; 
in command of Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind., Oct. 15, 1873, to Apr. 17, 1875, 

(Majok, Ordnance, June 23, 1874) 
— and of Allegheny Arsenal, Apr. 19, 1875, to (leave of absence 

in Europe, Dec. 6, 1875, to Apr. 22, 1876); and as Member of Board to fix 
value of right of way through AUeghenj^ Arsenal Grounds, Apr. 30, to 
Jnne 7, 1875. 

1895. . (Born N. Y.) EMORY UPTON (Ap'd N. Y.) . .8 

For previous history, see No. 1895, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Paducah, Ky., Sep. 27, to 
Nov. 12, 1867 ; on leave of absence in Europe to Dec, 1868 ; in garrison at 

(Transfeebed to 18th Infantry, Mak. 15, 1869) 
Memphis, Ten., to Apr., 1869,— and Atlanta, Ga., Apr. 26, 1869, to May 30, 
1870, (leave of absence, June 25, to Sep. 14, 1869, and Oct. 28, to Dec. 25, 
1869) ; as Commandant of Cadets and Instructor of Artillery, Infantry and 
Cavalry Tactics at the Military Academy, July 1, 1870, to Jime 30, 1875, 
(Unassigned, July 1, 187G) 
(Assigned to 1st Aetielery, Dec. 15, 1870) 
(Member of Board, Jan. 17, to June 11, 1873, to assimilate the Tactics of 
Artillery, Infantry and Cavalry, adopted for the Army, July 17, 1873) ; on 
professional duty in Asia and Europe, July, 1875, to Mar., 1877, the results of 
his observations being published in 1878, entitled "Armies of Asia and 
Europe " : as Superintendent of Theoretical Instruction in the Artillery 

(Transferred to 4th Artillery, Mar. 20, 1877) 
School for Practice, Ft. Monroe, Va., Mar. 28, 1877, to (in temporary 

command of post, June 9, to July 9. 1878, Sep. 8, to Nov. 2, 1878, and 
Dec. 30, 1878, to ) 



290 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1861. Class Rank. 

1896. . . .(Born Va.). .NATHANlEIi R. CHAMBLISS. . (Ap'd Ten.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1896, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics, in the University of Alabama, 
1869-70. Planter on the Alabama River, near Selma, Ala., 1866-69, and 
since 1870. 

1897 . .(Born N. Y.) EDMUND KIRBY (Ap'd at Large). .10 

For previous history, see No. 1897, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded, in the Battle of Chancelloesville, and 
Died, May 28, 1863, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 23. 



1898. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN I. RODGERS (Ap'd Pa.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1898, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on leave of absence, June 6, to Dec. 15, 1867 ; 
in garrison at Cape Disapi^ointment, Wash., to Oct., 1870, except while on 
Courts Martial and Inquiry, May-Nov., 1868,— Point San Jose, Cal., Oct. 20, 
1870, to Jan., 1872,— Alcatraz Island, Cal., to Nov., 1872,— Ft. Macon, N. C, 
to Jan., 1877, (leave of absence, Aug. 31, 1876, to Jan., 1877),— Columbia, 
S. C, Jan., 1877,— Washington, D. C, to Apr., 1877,— Ft. McHenry, Md., to 
Aug., 1877, — and Carlisle Barracks, Pa., to Dec, 1877; on frontier duty at 
San Antonio, Tex., Dec. 12, 1877. to Nov. 19, 1878,— and Ft. Clark, Tex., 
Nov. 25, 1878, to 

1899 .... (Born N. Y. ) . SAMUEL N. BENJAMIN. . . (Ap'd N. Y. ) . . 12 
For previous history, see No. 1899, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: at the Military Academy as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics, Aug. 31, 1866, to July 17, 1868 ; on leave of absence 
to May, 1869 ; at Artillery School for Practice, Ft. Monroe, Va., May 1, 1869, 

(Majoe Staff — Assistant Adjutant-Geneeal, Mae. 3, 1875) 
to Mar., 17, 1875 ; and as Assistant in the Adjutant General's Office, Wash- 
ington, D. C, May 1, 1875, to 



1900. . . (Born Ky.) JOHN ADAIR (Ap'd Or.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1900, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Gold Mining in Cariboo District, British Columbia, 

1862, to 



1901. . . . (Born N. Y.) JOHN W. BARLOW (Ap'd Wis.) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 1901, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the con- 
struction of Ft. Clinch, Fla., Oct. 20, 1865, to Nov. 19, 1869,— of Ft. Mont- 
gomery, N. Y., and Harbor Improvements at the Northern end of .Lake Cham- 
plain, Jan., 1868, to May 30, 1870 ; as Chief Engineer of the District of the 

(Majoe, Corps of Engineees, Ape. 23, 1869) 
Missouri, June 30, 1870, to July 14, 1874 ; as Superintending Engineer of 
Fts. Griswold, Trumbull, and Hale, Ct., July 1, 1874, to ,— of Sur- 

veys and Improvements of Rivers and Harbors in Connecticut and Long 
Island, July 20, 1874, to ; and as Member of Board of Engineers on 

the Improvement of Stonington Harbor, June, 1875. 



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Number. 1861. Class Rank. 



1902. . . .(Born O.). . . .CHARLES H HAZLETT (Ap'd O). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1902, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed. July 2, 1863, in the Battle of Gettysbukg, P.\. : Aged 25. 



1903 . . .(Born Ind. ). CHARLES E. PATTERSON (Ap d Ark.) .16 

For previous history, see No. 19U3, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed. Apr. 6, 1862, i>- the Battle or Shiloh, Ten. : Aged 25. 



1904. . . .(Born N. J.), .JUDSON KILPATRICK (Ap'd N. J.), 17 

For previous history, see No. 1904, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— U. S. Envoy Extraordinary, and Minister Plenipoten- 
tiary to Chili, 18(55, to . Resident-^, Deckertown, N. J. 



1905. . . (Born R. I.). FRANKLIN HARWOOD. (Ap'd at Large). .18 
For previous historj-, see No. 1905, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the Rej^airs of Fts. 
Porter and Niagara, and of Improvement of Dunkirk and Biiii'alo Harbors, 
N. Y., Apr.. 1867, to June 3, 1868 ; as Siiperintending Engineer of the same 
(except Ft. Niagara), June 3, 1868, to July, 1874,— of Repairs of Ft. Wayne, 

(Ma.jok, Corps of Engineers, Feb. 22, 1869) 
of Survevs and Improvements of Harbors and Rivers on Lake Erie, west of 
Dunkirk" and of Tenth Lighthouse District, Apr. 1, 1873, to Julv, 1874,— of 
Sixth Lighthouse District. July 16, 1874, to Feb. 24, 1875.— of Fifth Light- 
house District, July 16, 1874,' to Mar. 12, 1877,— of St. Clair Flats Canal, 
and of Harbor and River Improvements in Eastern Michigan, Mar. 19, 
1877, to ; as Recorder of Board of Engineers on Improvement of 

Buffalo Harbor, N. Y., Erie, Pa., and Harbor of Refuge at New Buffalo, 
Mich., Mar., 1868; as Member of Board of Engineers on Modihcation of 
Dunkirk Breakwater, Nov., 1869, and Nov., 1870, — on International Bridge 
across the Niagara, at Buffalo, Sejj. 29, 1870, to Feb. 7, 1871. — on Improve- 
ment of Oswego Harbor, Ai^r. 10, to Mav 8. 1871, — on Modifications in Im- 
provement of Buffalo Harbor, Apr. 2-10, 1873, and Dec. 10, 1873, to Mar. 23, 
1874, — to accept land of Marine Hospital of Pennsylvania at Presque Isle, 
June, 1873, — on Bridge across the Genessee, at Charlotte. N. Y.. Oct. 20-31, 
1874. 



1906 (Born Ct.) GEORGE W. DRESSER (Ap'd Mas.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1906, Vol. U, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Civil Engineer, since 1865. Assistant Engineer in the 
service of the United States, upon Survey for Block Island Breakwater, and 
the Defenses of Narragansett Bay, R. I., 1866-68. Resident Engineer of 
Harlem River and Port Chester Railroad, N. Y., 1869. Chief Engineer of 
Wickford Branch Railroad, R. I., 1870. Assistant Engineer of the Depart- 
ment of Public Works of New York City, 1870-73. Editor of the "Ameri- 
can Gas-Light Journal," of New York, since 1875. Secretary of the Society 
of Gas-Lighting, 1876 ; and Honorary Member of the British Association of 
Gas Managers, 1878. Residence, New York City. 



292 GRADUATES OF THE 



Ntjmbeb. 1861. Class Rank. 

1907. . (Born Pa.). .CHARLES McK. LEOSER (Ap'd Pa.). .20 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1907, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— Merchant, New York City, since 1865. 

1908 ..(BornN. Y.) HENRY C. HASBROUCK (Ap'd N. Y.) .21 

For previous history, see No. 1908, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Delaware, Del., Oct., 186.5, 
to Sep., 1868,— Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Oct. 4, 1868, to May, 1869,— Ft. Riley, 
Kan., to Apr., 1871,— Ft. McHenry, Md., to Nov., 1872,— and the Presidio 
of San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 11, 1872, to Apr. 18, 1873 ; on Modoc Expedition, 
Apr. 18, to June 16, 1873 ; and in garrison at Ft. Klamath, Or., June-Nov., 
1873, — and Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., Nov., 1873, to , except while 

on Expedition against Nevada Indians, Sep. 7, to Oct. 3, 1875, and in the 
field, June 25, to July 6, 1878. 



1909. . . .(Born N. Y.).. WILLI AM A. ELDERKIN (Ap'd N. Y.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1909, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief of Commissariat of the First Militarv 
District (Virginia) Apr. 24, 1867, to Jan. 2, 1868, and Mar. 23, 1868, to June, 

1869, being Sheriff of the City of Richmond, Va., Mar. -June, 1869 ; as 
Supervising Commissarj'^ for Indians in the Department of the Missouri, 
July 1, 1869, to July 1, 1870 ; as Depot Commissary, Ft. Lyon, Col., 
July-Oct., 1870 ; as Purchasing and Depot Commissary, Denver, Col., Oct., 

1870, to May, 1872 ; as Depot Commissary, Pueblo, Col., May, 1872, to 
Mar. 26, 1876,— and at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Apr. 1, 1876, to Apr. 9, 1877 ; 
as Purchasing and Depot Commissary, Sioux City, la., Ajjr., 1877, to Apr. 16, 
1878,— and at Yankton, Dak., Apr. 16, 1878, to 



1910. . . . (Born Pa.) FRANCIS A. DAVIES (Ap'd Pa.) . . 23 

For previous history, see No. 1910, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on leave of absence July 20, 1867, to Jan. 10, 
1868 ; and in command at Memphis, Ten., Jan. 15, to Nov. 15, 1868. 
Resigned, Nov. 21. 1868. 

Civil History. — Insurance Business, Philadelphia, Pa., 1870-75 ; and 
Clerk in the Registry Department of the Philadelphia Post Office, since 1875. 



1911. . . (Born Mo. ).. CHARLES C. CAMPBELL (Ap'd Mo.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1911, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1912. . . . (Born N. Y.) MALBONE F. 'WATSON (Ap'd N. Y.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1912, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant Professor 
of French, Dec. 9, 1863, to July 1. 1867. and Principal Assistant Professor, to 
Feb. 21, 1870. 

Retired feom Active Sekvice, Sep. 18, 1868, eor Disability 

FKOM LOSS OF A Leg IN BaTTLE. 



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NxjMBEB. 1861. Class Eank. 



1913. . . .(Born Mich.). . .JOHN B. WILLIAMS (Ap'd Mich.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1913, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History.— In Hyatt's Military Institute, West Chester, Pa., since 18— . 



1914 .... (Born I. T.) GUY V. HENRY (Ap'd at Large) . . 27 

For previous history, see No. 1914, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on leave of absence, Apr. 4, to Tune 28, 1867 
in garrison at Ft. Schuyler, N. Y., to Dec. 18, 1807,— Artillery School for 
Practice, Ft. Monroe, Va., to May, 1869, being Member of an Artillery Board 
at Ft. Delaware, Nov., 1868,— Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y., to Dec, 1870, except 

(Tkansfekeed to 3d Cavalry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
while engaged in qiielling Fenian Disturbances on the Canada Frontier, — 
and Angel Island, Cal., Feb.-Mar., 1871 ; on frontier duty at Camp McDow- 
ell, Ara., to Dec, 1871, except while Scouting against Apache Indians, — Ft. 
D. A. Kussell, Wy., to May, 1873, except while Scouting and purchasing 
horses, — Camp on Laramie River, Wy., (in command) and Scouting, May- 
Nov., 1873,— and Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., to Jan., 1874; as Member of Board 
at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., to fix Cavalry Equipments and Supplies, Jan.- 
Feb., 1874 ; on sick leave of absence Feb. -May, 1874 ; on frontier duty at 
Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., to Nov., 1874,— and Camp Robinson, Neb., Nov. 12, 
1874, to May 3, 1875, except while in command of an Expedition to the Black 
Hills, Dec. 26. 1874, to Jan. 11, 1875 ; on sick leave of absence to Apr. 19, 
1876 ; on frontier duty at Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., Apr. -May, 1876,— Big Horn 
and Yellowstone Expedition, May 18, to June 17, 1876, where he was severely 
wounded, through the face losing use of left eye, in the Battle of Rose Bud 
Creek, Mon., June 17, 1876,— and Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., recovering from 
wound, July-Oct., 1876 : in command of Benicia Barracks, Cal., Nov. 14, 
1876, to June 3, 1877 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Laramie, Wy., to Aug. 29, 1877, 
— Camp Robinson, Neb., and Scouting, Sep. 2, to Oct. 30, 1877, being en- 
gaged in command of battalion in the capture of Crazy-Horse Village, — and 
Ft. Sanders, Wy., Nov. 14, 1877, to May 10, 1878 ; on detached service to 
Aug., 1878 ; and on sick leave of absence, Aug. 26, 1878, to 

Civil History. — Author of Military Records of Civilian Appointments, 
U. S. Army. 

1915. . . .(Born Pa.) JACOB H. SMYSER (Ap'd Pa.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1915, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Detroit Arsenal, Mi eh., 
Nov. 7, 1865, to June 6, 1867 ; and as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Alle- 
gheny Arsenal, Pa., to Feb. 10, 1869 (on leave of absence, Nov. 13, 1868, to 
Feb. '10, 1869). 

Resigned, Feb. 10, 1869. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Residence, Pittsburg, Pa. 



1916. . .(Born Mich.). . JACOB B. RAWLES (Ap'd Mich.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 1916, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of battery at Little Rock 
Arsenal, 111., Oct. 31, 1866, to May, 1867,— Key West, Fla., June 20, 1867, to 



294 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1861. Class Rank. 

Mar., 1869,— Ft. Warren, Mas., Mar. 13, 1869, to Nov. 26, 1875,— and Savan- 
nah, Ga., Dec. 1, 1875, to Aug. 5, 1876 ; on leave of absence, Aug. 5, to Dec. 
9, 1876 ; in garrison at Savannah, Ga., 1876, to , being engaged in 

quelling Railroad Disturbances in West Virginia and Pennsylvania, July 29, 
to Oct. 26, 1877, and on leave of absence, Aug. 10, to Oct. 15, 1878. 



1917. . . . (Born Md.) . . ERSKINE GITTINGS (Ap'd Md.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 1917, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Natural and Experimental PhilosoiDhy, Aug. 31, 1865, to Aug. 31, 
1867 ; in garrison at Ft. Sullivan, Me., Sep. 5, 1867, to Feb., 1869, (leave of 
absence, Aug. 17, to Nov. 10, 1868),— Ft. Jefferson, Fla., Feb. 2, 1869, to 
Sep., 1872, (leave of absence, Jime 15, to Oct. 14, 1870,)— Ft. Barrancas, Fla., 
Sep. 10, to Nov. 27, 1872,— Ft. Wood, N. Y., Dec. 6, 1872, to May 13, 1875,— 
Ft. Wadsworth, N. Y.. May 13, 1875, to July 17, 1876,— Ft. Reno, I. T.. 
Aug. 3, 1876, to Jan., 1877,— Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1877, to 
being engaged in quelling Railroad Disturbances in Marvland and Penn- 
sylvania, July 22, to Oct. 24, 1877. 



1918 . . (Born Pa.) J. FORD KENT (Ap'd Pa.) . . 31 

For previoiis history, see No. 1918, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served ; at the Military Academy, as Assistant In- 
structor of Infantry Tactics, Sep. 9, 1865, to Oct. 7, 1869 : on frontier duty 
at Ft. Lyon, Col., Nov., 1869, to Oct. 20, 1871,— Ft. Revnolds, Col.. Oct. 23. 
1871, to May 1, 1872,— and Ft. Lyon, Col., May 3, 1872, to Jiine 28, 1874 ; on 
leave of absence, Dec. 9, 1873, to Dec. 27, 1874 ; in garrison at Holly Springs, 
Mis., July 3, to Sep. 14, 1874,— and Jackson Barracks, La., Sep. 16, 1874, 
to Mar. 4, 1876 ; on leave of absence, Nov. 15, 1875, to Jan. 15, 1876 ; in 
garrison at Coushatta, La., Mar. 7, to Aug. 27, 1876 ; on Recruiting Service, 
Oct. 2, 1876, to May, 1877 ; awaiting orders, May-Oct., 1877 ; on Recruiting 
Service, Oct., 1877, to Oct. 3, 1878 : on delav and joining regiment, to 
Nov. 10, 1878 ; and on frontier duty, at Ft. Shaw, Mon., Nov.' 10, 1878, to 



1919. . . .(Born Pa.). . EUGENE B. BEAUMONT (Ap'd Pa.). .32 

For previous history, see No. 1919, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on frontier duty at Ft. Mason, Tex.. Jan., to 
June, 1867,— Ft. Chadbourne, Tex., June 22, 1867, to Mar., 1868,— Ft. 
McKavett, Tex., Mar. 30, to Nov. 16, 1868 ; on leave of absence. Nov. 16, 
1868, to May 19, 1869 ; on frontier duty at Lampesas, Tex. (in command). 
May 19, 1869, to Mav 15, 1870,— and San Antonio. Tex., Mav 22. 1870, to 
Jan. 16, 1871 ; Mounted Recruiting Service. Feb. 12. 1871, to Dec. 28, 1872 ; 
on frontier duty at Ft. Richardson, Tex., Jan. 26, to Mar. 4. 1873,— Ft. Clark, 
Tex., Apr. 1, 1873, to Jan. 23, 1874, being engaged in the Attack on the 
Kickapoo and Lipan Villages, Mex., Mav, 1873.— Ft. McKavett, Tex., Feb. 13, 
to Aug. 19, 1874,— and Expedition to Indian Territory. Aug. 18, to Dec. 29, 
1874, being engaged, commanding advance battalion, in the Attack, Sep. 28, 
1874, of the Indian Villages in the Palo Duro Canon of Red River, capturing 
1600 horses and mules ; and as Assistant Instructor of Cavalry Tactics at the 
Military Academy, Mar. 1, 1875, to 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 295 



Number. 1861. Class Rank. 

1920. . (Born Wis.). . .LEONARD MARTIN (Ap'd Wis.). 33 

For previoiis bistorj', see No. 1920, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Special Agent of the Interior Department of the United 

States, 18 — . 

1921. . . .(Born Ind.) JOHN S. POLAND (Ap'd Ind.). .34 

For previous history', see No. 1921, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Geography, History and Ethics, July 1, 1866, to Oct. 8, 1867, — and 
Assistant Professor of Drawing, Oct. 8, 1867, to Aug. 28, 1869 ; on frontier 
(Unassigned, Ape. 17, 1869) 
(Assigned to 6th Infantry, July 14, 1869) 
diity at Ft. Scott, Kan., Oct. -Nov., 1869,— Columbus, Kan., Nov., 1869,— and 
Ft. Scott, Kan., to Aug. 24, 1871, except while on Court Martial at Ft. Leav- 
enworth, Kan., Jan. 1, to Jiil.y 9, 1870 ; as Principal Assistant Professor of 
Geography, History and Ethics at the Military Academy, Aug. 31, 1871, to 
Aiig. 28, 1872 ; on leave of absence to Jan., 1873 ; on frontier dutj' at head- 
quarters of Department of Dakota, Jan. 3, to June 10, 1873, — Ft. Lincoln, 
Dak., Aug. 1, 1873, to May, 1875,— and Standing Eock, Dak., to Sep. 27, 1877 ; 
on leave of absence, Nov. 10, 1876, to May 9, 1877 : and on frontier duty at 
Ft. Eice, Dak., Sep. 28, 1877, to Nov. 25, 1878,— and Ft. Lincoln, Dak., 
Nov. 25, 1878, to 

1922. . . .(Born Pa.). . . .ROBERT L. EASTMAN. . . .(Ap'd at Large). .35 
For previous history, see No. 1922, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Died. Nov. 7, 1865, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 29. 



1923 (BornN. Y.).. HENRY B. NOBLE (Ap'd N. Y.)..36 

For previous history, see No. 1923, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on leave of absence. May 27, 1867, to Feb. 4, 
1868 ; in garrison at Ealeigh, N. C, Feb.-May, 1868,— Charleston, S. C, 
May-July, 1868,— and Summerville, S. C, July, "^1868 ; and on sick leave of 
absence, and before Eetiring Board, to Feb. 18, 1869. 

Retired from Active Service, Feb. 18, 1869, foe Disability 
contracted in the Line of Duty. 



1924 ...(Born O.) LEROY L. JANES (Ap'd 0.).. 37 

For previous history, see No. 1924, Vol. H, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Eesigned, Dec. 9, 1867. 
Civil History. ^Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1925 . . (Born Pa.). . . CAMPBELL D. EMORY. ...(Ap'd at Large). .38 

For previous history, see No. 1925, Vol. H., of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Aide-de-Camp to Major General Meade, 
Jan. 4, 1866, to Apr. 16, 1869 ; as Acting Judge Advocate of the Department 
of the Platte, May 1, to July 6, 1869: on frontier duty at North Platte Station, 
Neb., July, 1869, to Sep., 1870,— Omaha Barracks, Neb., to May 18, 1871 ; as 
Aide-de-Camp to Major General Meade, May 25, 1871, to Nov.. 1872, continu- 



296 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1861. Class Rank. 



ing on diaty at headquarters of the Division of the Atlantic, to Nov., 1872 : 
and as Acting Jndge Advocate of the Department of Texas. Feb. 1. 1873, to 
Mar. 11, 1878. 

Died, Mae. 11, 1878, at San Antonio, Tex. : Aged 38. 



1926. . . (Born N. H.)... JAMES P. McQUESTEN (Ap'd N. H.). .39 

For previous history, see No. 1926, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Sep. 19, 1864, in the Battle of Opequan. Va. : Aged 29. 

1927. . . .(Born N.Y.) ..GEORGE O. SOKALSKI (Ap'd N. Y.). 40 

For previous history, see No. 1927, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Feb. 12, 1867, at Ft. Laramie, Dak. : Aged 27. 

1928. . . .(Born Ga.) OLIN F. RICE (Ap'd Ky.). .41 

For previous history, see No. 1928, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1929. . . (Born D. C.) WRIGHT RIVES (Ap'd D. C). .42 

For previous history, see No. 1929, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : on diity in the Executive Office, Washington. 
(Unassigned, Ape. 22, 1869) 

D. C, June 7, 1865, to Mar. 1, 1869 : and on leave of absence and awaiting 

orders to Dec. 31, 1870. 

Retired feom Active Seevice, Dec. 31, 1870, fob Dis.\bility 

CONTEACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 



1930 .... (Born Pa. ) . . . . CHARLES H. GIBSON (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 43 

For previous history, see No. 1930, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Coal Mining, Schuylkill Co., Pa., since 1865. Residence. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

1931 . (Born Ky.) . . .MATHIAS W. HENRY (Ap'd Ky.) . .44 

For i^revious history, see No. 1931, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Civil Engineer in Mexico, 1866. Real Estate Agent, St. 
Louis, Mo., 186(i : Mining Engineer in California and Nevada, 1866-67. 
Died, Nov. 28, 1877, at Brooklyn, N. Y. : Aged 39. 



1932. . . (Born N. Y.). SHELDON STURGEON (Ap'd N. Y.). .45 

For previoTis history, see No. 1932, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Jackson Barracks, La., Nov. 1. 

1866, to Apr., 1867 ; as Supervisor of Board of Registers, New Orleans, La.. 

Apr. 20, to Oct., 1867 : in garrison at Jackson Barracks, La., Oct. 17, 1867, to 

Sep., 1868 ; on leave of absence. Sep. 2-1, 1868. to Mar. 13, 1869 : in garrison 

(Teansferred to 6th C.waley, Jan. 1, 1871) 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 297 



Number. 1861. Class Bane. 

at Ft. Porter, N. Y., Apr., 18(i0, to Jan. 24, 1871 ; on frontier duty Scenting 
in Kansas, Mar. 17, to Jnly, 1871 ; in gaiTison at .\l)errlcen, Mis., Aug. 2, 
to Oct. 7, 1871 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Kiley, Kan., Oct. 2'.», 1871, to Dec. 7, 
1872, — and Camp near Ft. Hays, Kan., June-Oct.. 1872 ; and on sick leave 
of absence, Dec. 7, 1872, to Maj' 17, 1870. 

Eetiked feom AcTrvE Service, May 17, 1870, foe Disability 

CONTKACTED IN THE LiNE OF DuTY. 



CLASS OF JUNE 24, 18 61. 

1933. .(Born Ireland). .PATRICK H. O'RORKE (Ap'd N. Y). .1 

For previous history, see No. 1933, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 2, 1863, ix tht Battle of Gettysburg, Pa.: Aged 27. 



1934. . . .(Born Pa.) . .FRANCIS U. FARQUHAR (Ap'd Pa.). 2 

For previous history, see No. 1934, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the Geodetic Survey 
of the Northern Lakes, Mar. 4, 1867, to Nov. 9, 1868 ; as Superintending 
Engineer of Harbor Improvements on Eastern Shore of Lakfe Michigan, 

(Major, Corps of Engineers, July 11, 1872) 
Nov. 19, 1808, to June 7, 1872 ; as Chief Astronomer of the Survey of the 
49th Parallel of Latitude to fix the Northern Boundary of the United States, 
June 7, 1872, to Apr. 5, 1873 ; as Superintending Engineer of Surveys and 
Harbor Improvements in the Upper Mississippi Valley, and at the West End 
of Lake Superior, Apr. 25, 1873, to ; and as Member of Board of 

Engineers on Improvements of Harbors on Lake Michigan, May, 1869, — on 
Improvement of Saugatuck Harbor. July 6-23, 1809, — to select site for Har- 
bor of Refuge on Lake Huron, Oct. 19. 1871, to July 18, 1872,- on Improve- 
ment of Grand River Harbor, O., Feb. 26, 1872, — on application of ap- 
propriation to Dredging Bay of Superior, Apr., 1873, — on proposed Bridge 
across the Mississippi, between Warsaw and Alexandria, Mo., Aiig., 1873, 
— on the preservation of the Falls of St. Anthony, Apr. 14-20, 1874, — on 
removal of north pier of Rock Island Railroad Bridge, Sep., 1874, — on loca- 
tion and plan of Bridge across the Mississippi, at Clinton, la., Sep. 29, to 
Oct. 20, 1874, — on Pile and Ponton Bridge across the Mississippi, near 
Dubuque, la.. May, 1875, — on Improvement of Ahnepee Harbor, Wis., 
Oct. 13, to Dec. 16, 1875, — on use of Shear-booms for bridge-piers in Missis- 
sipiDi River, July 7, 1876, to Feb. 2, 1877, — and on Improvement of the Low 
AVater Navigation of the MississijDpi River, July, 1878. 



1935. . . .(BornCt.) ARTHUR H. BUTTON (Ap'd Ct.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1935, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded at Bermuda Hundred, Va., and 
Died, June 5, 1804, at B.^ltimore, Md. : Aged 25. 



298 GRADUATES OF THE 

NuMBBE. 1861. Class Eank. 

1936. . . .Bom D. C). ...CLARENCE DERRICK (Ap'd at Large). .4 

For previous history, see No. 1936, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



1937. . . .(Born N. Y.). .DANIEL W. FLAGLER (Ap'd N. Y.). .5 

For ijrevious historj% see No. 1937, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Augusta Arsenal, Ga., 
Jan. 21, 1866, to May 24, 1871 ; as Assistant Ordnance Oificer at Rock Island 
Arsenal, 111., May 24, to June 1.5, 1871, and in command June 1.5, 1871, to 
; (assisting at trial of experimental Powders, at Ft. Monroe Arsenal, 
Va., Apr. 29, 1872, Jan. 7, and Apr. 8, 1873),— and as Member of Board 
on Heavy Gun Carriages, at New York, Jan. 13, to Mar. 28, 1873, — and to 

(Majoe, Ordnance, June 23, 1874) 
test Hydrostatic Weighing Machines, Sep. 8, 1874. 

Civil History. — Author of " History of Rock Island Arsenal and Island 
of Rock Island, 1877. 



1938 ... (Born R. I. ). THOMAS C. BRADFORD (Ap'd R. I. ) . . 6 

For i^revious history, see No. 1938, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in charge of Construction of Columbus 
Arsenal, O., Feb. 8, 1864, to Oct. 24, 1869 (leave of absence, July 24, to 
Oct. 24, 1869); in command of San Antonio Arsenal, Tex., to Nov. 22, 1870 ; 
and at the Military Academy, as Instructor of Ordnance and Gunnerv, 
Jan. 1, 1871," to Jan. 12, 1872. 

Died, Jan. 12, 1872, at West Point. N. Y., Aged 35. 



1939. . . . (Born D. C). . . RICHARD M. HILL (Ap'd at Large) . .7 

For previous history, see No. 1939, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant Constructor of Ordnance at South 
Boston Foundry, Mas., Feb. 18, to June 4, 1867 ; as Assistant Ordnance 
Officer at Washington Arsenal, D. C, to June 25, 1869 ; in command of 
Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind., to Oct. 15, 1873, — and of Augusta Arsenal, Ga., 

(Majok, Ordnance, June 23, 1874) 
to Oct. 7, 1875 (temporarily on duty at Watei-vleit Arsenal, Aug. 8, to Sep. 26, 
1874) ; as Member of Board on the maniifacture of 15-inch Rodman Guns, 
Nov. 26, 1872, — and to examine Officers for transfer to the Ordnance Depart- 
ment, Sep. 17-22, 1874 ; and as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Springiield 
Armor3^ Mas., Oct. 14, 1875, to Mar. 25, 1876. 

Died, Mar. 25, 1876, at Springfield, Mas. : Aged 37. 



1940. . (Born N. Y.). ..WILLIAM H. HARRIS (Ap'd N. Y.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 1940, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind., 
Sep. 7, 1866, to July 15, 1868, and Sep. 15, 1868, to Apr. 5, 1869, (leave of 
absence, July 15, to Sep. 15, 1868, and Apr. 5, to Apr. 28, 1870) ; as Assistant 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 299 



NxTMBEB. 1861. Class Bank. 



Ordnance Officer at Watertown Arsenal, Mas., Apr. 28, to June, 1870; and 
on leave of absence to Sep. 21, 1870. 

HONOEABLY DISCHARGED, AT HIS OWS EeQUEST, SeP. 21, 1870. 

Civil History.— Secretary and Manager of Decatur, 111., Eolling Mill Com- 
panj', 1870-7G. Vice-President of Kansas Rolling Mill Company since 1876. 
Treasurer of St. Louis, Keokuk and North-Western Railway Coiupany since 
1876. Residence, Cleveland, O. 



1941 .... (Born Pa. ) ALFRED MORDECAI (Ap'd at Large) . . 9 

For previous history, see No. 1941, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military ECLstory.— Served : at the Military Academy as Instructor of 
Ordnance and Gunnery, July 12, 1865, to Aug. 2, 1869: as Assistant Ordnance 
Officer at Rock Island Arsenal, III, Aug. 2, 1869, to Aug. 12, 1870 ; in com- 
mand of Leavenworth Arsenal, Kan., and Chief Ordnance Officer of Depart- 
ment of the Missouri, Aug. 12, 1870, to May 28, 1874 ; as Assistant Ordnance 
Officer at Watertown Ai'senal, Mas., June 6, to July 25, 1874 ; at the Military 
Academy, as Instructor of Ordnance and Gunnery, Aug. 30, 1874 to ; 

(Ma.toe, Ordnance, June 23, 1874) 
and as Member of Board on new Cavalry Outfit, Nov. 29, 1873, to May 5, 1874, 
— and to examine Officers for transfer to Ordnance Department, Mar. 11. to 
July 22, 1875, and Apr. 1-7. 1876. 



1942. ...(Born Mich.) DAVID H. BUEL (Ap'd N. Y.). .10 

For previous histoiy, see No. 1942, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Kennebec Arsenal, Me., 
Sep. 10, 1866, to Oct. 1. 1869,— and of Leavenworth Arsenal, Kan., to July 22, 
1870. 

Assassinated by a Deseetee, July 22, 1870, at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. : 

Aged 30. 



1943. . (Born N. H.) ..STEPHEN C. LYFORD (Apd N. H.) .11 

For previous history, see No. 1943, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer, at St. Louis 
Arsenal, Mo., July 10, 1867, to Sep. 30, 1868 ; in command of Charleston 
Arsenal, S. C, Oct.' 1, 1868, to Dec. 2, 1870 ; as Aide-de-Camp to Major-Gen- 
eral Halleck, Dec. 2, 1870, to Jan. 22, 1872 ; at the Military Academy, as 
Instructor of Ordnance and Gunnery, Jan. 30, to June 28, 1872 ; as Principal 
Assistant to the Chief of Ordnance, June 22, 1872, to June 23, 1874, 
and on duty in Ordnance Bureau since June 23, 1874 ; as Member of 
Board to arrange Details for the Construction of Experimental Guns, 
Sep. 24, to Oct. 4, 1872,— to appraise the value of the Rome, Cham- 
plain and Fayetteville Arsenals, Apr. 29. to May 15, 1873,— for the trial of 
the "Hartford Fire Extinguisher," May 17-18, 1873,— to visit Japan, and 
present to the Emperor certain arms, books, A'c, and procure certain articles, 
from that country of value to the Ordnance Department, June 28, to 

(Major, Oednance, June 23, 1874) 
Nov. 1, 1874,— on model Cavalry Cart, Jan. 13-24, 1875,— and of Board on Reg- 
ulations for contracts under the Department, May 22, 1878 ; as Chairman of 
the Board to represent the War Department, at the International Exhibition 
of 1876, at Philadelphia, Pa.. Mar. 25. 1874, to Apr. 1. 1878.— Member of the 



300 GRADUATES OF THE 



Ntjmbee. 1861. Class Bank. 



Jury to recommend awards to Exhibitors, — and a Judge on Group XVI., 
embracing Military and Sporting Arms, Weapons, Explosives, etc., May 10, 
to Nov. 10, 1876. 



1944. . . .(Born Wis.). ..ALONZO H. GUSHING (Ap'd N. Y.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1944, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, July 3, 1863, in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa. : Aged 22. 



1945. . . . (Bom 0.) . . . . CHARLES C. PARSONS (Apd 0.) . . 13 

For previous history, see No. 1945, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Harker, Kan., Aug. 14, 
to Nov. 17, 1867,— and Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. to Aug., 1868 ; and at the Mili- 
tary Academy as Principal Assistant Professor of Geograj)hy, History and 
Ethics, Aug. 31, 1868, to Dec. 30, 1870. 

HONOKABLY DISCHARGED, AT HIS OWN REQUEST, DeC. 31, 1870. 

Civil History. — Clergyman of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1871-78. 
Associate Editor of the Memphis, Ten., " Banner of the Church," 1871-72. 
Died, Sep. 7, 1878, at Memphis, Ten., Aged 40. 



1946 ...(Born Pa.) JOHN R. EDIE (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 1946, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Detroit Arsenal, Mich., 
Aug. 7, 1867, to Nov. 24, 1868 ; on temporary duty in Ordnance Office, 
Washington, D. C, Dec. 22, 1868, to Mar. 31, 1869 ; on leave of absence to 
June 1, 1869 ; as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Washington Arsenal, D. C, 
to Nov. 28, 1871,— and at Springfield Armory, Mas., to May 5, 1874 ; as Mem- 
ber of Board for examining Col. Benton's jjlan for moving and manoeuvre- 
ing heavy ordnance, Jiine 15-22, 1872 ; and in the government Insane Asy- 
lum, at Washington, D. C, May 6, to Oct. 29, 1874. 

Died, Oct. 29, 1874, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 36. 



1947 .... (Born Mas. ) . , LAWRENCE S. BABBITT (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 15 

For previous history, see No. 1947, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Vancouver Arsenal, Wash., 
Nov. 17, 1865, to Apr. 15, 1871,— and of St. Louis Arsenal, Mo., May 5, 1871, 
to May 18, 1876 ; on leave of absence, June 17, to Sep. 14, 1875 ; as Assistant 
Ordnance Officer at Watertown Arsenal, N. Y., May 25, to Dec. 22, 1876 ; and 
as Chief Ordnance of Department of the Columbia, Jan. 17, 1877, to 
(Major, Ordnance, May 10, 1878) 



1948. (Born Mich.). .GEORGE A. WOODRUFF. . . (Ap'd Mich.). .16 
For previous history, see No. 1948, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Gettysburg, Pa., and 
Died, July 4, 1863 : Aged 22. 



U. S. MTLITAKY ACADEMY. 301 



Ndmbeb. 1861. Class Rank. 

1949 . . .(Born Pa.) JOSEPH C. AUDENRIED (Ap'd P.i.) .17 

For previous bistorj', see No. 1949, Vol. II, of Kegister of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Aide-de-C'amp to General Hlu-rman, Oct. 1, 
1863, to , at the headquarters of the Division of tlu! Mississippi, 

June 25, 1865, to Aug. 11, 1866,— of the Division of the Missouri, Aug. 11. 
1866, to Mar., 1869, — and at headquarters of the Armies of the United States, 
Mar. 8, 1869, to 

(Colonel Staff — Alde-de-Cajip to the Genee.\l-in-Chief, Mxn. 8, 18()9) 



1950 (Bom Mas.). . . JULIUS W. ADAMS (Ap'd Ky.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1950, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Deed, Nov. 15, 1865, at Brooklyn, N. Y. : Aged 25. 



1951. . . .(Born Pa.) PETER C. HAINS (Ap'd N. J.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1951, Vol. II, of Register of Gradi^ates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved : as Assistant Engineer on the Improvement 
of the Des Moines and Eock Island Rapids of the Mississippi River, Aug. 3, 
1866, to , 1867 ; in command of Engineer Depot and Post of 

Jefferson Barracks, Mo., , 1867, to Nov. 5, 1870 ; as Associate 

Member of Small Arms Board, Oct. 23, 1869, to Nov. 5, 1870 ; as Superin- 
tending Engineer of Fifth Lighthouse District, Nov. 11, 1870, to May 21, 

(Major, Corps of Engineers, Sep. 22, 1870) 
187-i,— of Sixth Lighthouse District, June 21, 1871, to May 21, 1874 ; and as 
Engineer Secretary of the Lighthouse Board, since June 1, 1874. 



1952. . (Born N. Y.) ..FRANCIS H. PARKER (Ap'd N. Y). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1952, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Charleston Arsenal, S. C. 
Oct. 16, 1865, to Sep. 30, 1868,— and Chief of Ordnance of the Second Mili- 
tary District, (North and South Carolina) Mar. 29, 1867, to Sep. 30, 1868 ; as 
Assistant Ordnance Officer at Rock Island Arsenal, 111., Sep. 30, 1868, to Oct. 1, 
1869 ; in command of Dearbornville Arsenal, Mich., Oct. 1, 1869, to Oct. 25, 
1871 ; as Assistant Ordnance Officer, at Washington Arsenal, D. C, Oct. 25, 
1871, to Nov. 25, 1873 ; in command of Ft. Monroe Arsenal, Va., Nov. 25, 
1873, to ; and as Member of Board on the Maniafacture of Armj' 

Wagons by the Ordnance Department, June 26, 1873, — to test a Sawyer Pro- 

(Major, Ordnance, Apr. 14, 1875) 
jectile, Dec. 5-9, 1877, — and to select a Magazine Gun for the U. S. Service, 
Apr. 3, 1878, to 

1953 .... (Born D. C.) . JOSEPH P. FARLEY (Ap'd at Large) . . 21 

For previous history, see No. 1953, Vol. n, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant Profes- 
sor of Drawing, July 1, 1866, to Oct. 8, 1867 ; as Assistant Ordnance Officer 
at Washington Arsenal, D. C, Oct. 17, 1867, to Oct. 20, 1868,— at Frankford 
Arsenal, Pa., Oct. 20, 1868, to July 28, 1871,— at Rock Island Arsenal, 111.. 



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NuMBEB. 1861. Class Rank. 



July 28, 1871, to June 29, 1874,— and at Springlield Armory, Mas., July 1, 
1874, to May 17, 1876 ; in command of Kennebec Arsenal, Me., May 20, 1876, 

(Major, Ordnance, Mar. 26, 1876) 
to : and as Member of Board to select a Magazine Gun for the U. S. 

Service, Apr. 3, 1878, to 

1954. . . . (Born Pa.) . . . .JOSEPH B. CAMPBELL (Ap'd N. H.) . .22 

For previous history, see No. 1954, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Battery Rodgers. Va., Mayl, 
to Aug. 31, 1867 : as Member of Board to examine Knapsacks, etc., to Nov. 1, 
1867, — and of Examining Board, at Washington, D. C, to Jan., 1868 ; as In- 
structor of Mathematics, Ordnance and Gunnery at the Artillery School for 
Practice, Ft. Monroe. Ya., Jan., 1868, to Jan., 1871, being detached at 
Raleigh, N. C, July-Oct., 1870 : in command of Ft. Foote, Md., to June 22, 
1872 ; on leave of absence to May 30, 1873 ; in garrison at Alcatraz Island, 
Cal., to Aug. 8, 1874 ; as Indian Agent for Alaska, and in command of Sitka, 
Aug. 16, 1874, to June 17, 1876 ; in command at Point San Jose, Cal., to 
Aug. 12, 1876 ; on frontier duty at Camp Robinson, Neb., Aug. 28, to Nov., 
1876^ — and on Powder River Expedition, commanding battalion, to Dec. 29, 
1876 ; in command at Point San Jose, Cal., Jan., 1877, to May 9, 1878, (leave 
of absence to June 10, 1878) ; conducting Recruits to the Division of the 
Paciric, July 15-23, 1878 ; and in command at Point San Jose, Cal., July 24, 
1878, to 



1955. . . (Born Me.) HENRY E. NOYES (Ap'd Mas.). .23 

For i)revious history, see No. 1955, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Riley, Kan., June, 
1866, to Mar. 13, 1867,— Ft. Laramie, Dak., Mav 1, to Nov., 1867,— Ft. D. A. 
Russell, Wy., Nov. 17, 1867, to June, 1868. (leave of absence, Dec. 15, 1867, 
to Mar. 28, 1868), —Ft. McPherson, Neb., July, 1868, to May, 1869,— in the 
field to Nov., 1869,— Omaha Barracks, Neb., 'to Apr., 1870,— Medicine Bow, 
Neb., to Nov., 1870, — Ft. Sanders, Wy., to Mar., 1874 (escorting engineers 
making reconnoisance of North Western Wyoming, June 4, to Sep. 27. 1873), 
—Ft. Laramie, Wy., Mar. -Oct., 1874,— and Ft. Sanders, Wy., to May 3, 
1875 ; on leave of absence, May 3, to July 23, 1875 ; as witness before Civil 
Court to Sep. 2, 1875 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Laramie, Wy., Oct., 1875, to 
May 13, 1876,— on Big Horn Expedition, Mav 23, to Oct. 28, 1876,— Ft. D. A. 
Russell, Wy., Nov. 8, 1876, to Jan. 13, 1877, --Ft. Fred Steele, Wv., Jan. 14, 
to Sep. 23, 1877,— and Ft. Keogh, Mon., Oct. 24, 1877, to Aiig. 15, 1878 
(leave of absence Mar. 14, to Apr. 25, 1878) : and on Mounted Recruiting 
Service, Oct., 1878, to 

1956. . . (Born Ct.). . PHILIP H. REMINGTON (Ap'd 111.) .24 

For previous history, see No. 1956, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Raleigh, N. C, Mar.-Nov., 
1867,— Fayetteville, N. C, Nov., 1867,— Columbia, S. C, to June 8, 1868 
(leave of absence, Jan. 8, to Oct., 1868),— Edgefield, S. C, to Dec, 1868,— 
and Columbia, S. C, to Mar. 25, 1869 ; awaiting orders, to June, 1869 ; on 

(Unassigned, May 3, 1869) 
Recruiting Service, to Jan., 1870 ; on leave of absence, Jan. -Mar., 1870; in 

(AssiciNEU TO 19th Infantry, Dec. 28, 1869) 
garrison, at Baton Rouge, La., to May, 1870, — Ft. Pike, La,, May 30, 1870, to 



U. S. MILITAKY ACADEMY. 303 



NuMBEB. 1861. Class Bane. 



May, 1871, — Jackson Barracks, La., to Jnly, 1872, — Eaton Rouge, La., to 
Mar., 1873, — and Jackson Barracks, La., to June 18, 1874 ; and on frontier 
duty, at Camp Supply, I. T., July 4, 1874, to July 2, 1877,— and Ft. Dodge, 
Kan., July 8, 1877, to 



1957. . . .(Born Me.). ..WILLIAM D. FULLER (Ap'd Me.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 19.57, Vol. H, of Register of Graduates. 

MOitary History.— Served : in garrison at Ft. Constitution, N. H., 

(Captain, 3d Abtillery, Nov. 1, 1867) 

Jan. 24, to Oct. 15, 1867 ; in arrest and undergoing sentence of (Jouit Martial 

to Feb. 16, 1868 ; in garrison at Ft. Independence, Mas., to Feb., 1869,— and 

Ft. Jeflferson, Fla., to Nov. 28, 1870 ; on leave of absence and joining regi- 

(Tkansfeered to 21st Infantry, June 2, 1871) 
ment to Mar. 20, 1871 ; on frontier duty at Camp Apache, Ara., to Mar. 14, 
1872 ; and in arrest to July 22, 1872. 

Eesigned, July 22, 1872, 
Civil History. — Farmer, Upperville, Va., since 1872. 



1958... (Born N. H.). .. .JUSTIN E. DIMICK (Ap'd at Large). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1958, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of Chancelloesville, Va. , and 
Died, May 5, 1863 : Aged 23. 



1959 . . (Born O.). ..JAMES P. DROUILLARD (Ap'd O.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1959, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Iron Manufacturer on Cumberland River, 1865, to 



1960. . . .(Born 0.) LEROY S. ELBERT (Ap'd la.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1960, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 13, 1863, on Mississippi River, en route to 
St. Louis, Mo. : Aged 24. 



1961. . . (Born Pa. ).. CHARLES H. BRIGHTLY (Ap'd Pa.) 29 

For previous history, see No. 1961, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 
Mortally Wounded in the Battle of the Wilderness, Va. , and 
Died, June 9, 1864, at Philadelphia, Pa. : Aged 25. 



1962. . . .(Born Me.) EUGENE CARTER (Ap'd Me.). .30 

For previous history, see No. 1962, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of company at Lynchburg, Va., 
Dec, 1866, to Ap. 15, 1867 ; as Registering Officer, Pulaski County, Va., to 
Nov., 1867 ; on leave of absence to Dec. 29, 1867 ; at Washington, D. C, to 



304 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1861. Class Rank. 



July 23, 1868 ; on leave of absence to Oct. 12, 18G8 ; in garrison at Columbia, 
Ten., to Dec, 1868 ; and on frontier duty at Jefferson, Tex., to Feb., 1869. 
— Clarkesville, Tex., to Aug., 1869,— and Jefferson Tex., to Jan. 2, 1871. 

Honorably Mustered out of Service, June 2, 1871. 
Civil History. — Manufacturer of , Haverhill, Mas., 1871-77. 

Died, Feb. 10, 1877, at HA\'ERHrLL, Mas. : Aged 38. 



1963. . . .(Born Ct.) SAMUEL P. FERRIS (Ap'd Ct.). .31 

For previous history, see No. 1963, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, Aug. 13, 1866, to 
Dec, 1867 : on leave of absence to Feb. 27, 1868 ; on frontier duty at Ft. 
D. A. Russell, Dak., to May, 1868,— Ft. Fred Steele, Dak., to Sep., 1868.— 

(Transferred to Ith Infantry, Mar. 23, 1869) 
and Ft. Sanders, Dak., to Mar., 1871 ; in garrison at Lebanon, Ky., to Dec, 
1872 ; on frontier duty at Little Rock, Ark., to May, 1873,— and Ft. Sanders, 
Wy., to June 23, 1874'; on sick leave of absence, June 23, 1874, to Apr. 3, 
1875 : and on frontier duty at Ft. Fetterman, Wy.. to Jan. 1, 1877,— Ft. 
McKinney, Wy., Jan. 6, 1877, to July 4, 1878 (leave of absence, to Dec. 2, 
1878),— and Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., Dec 2, 1878, to 



1964 .... (Born Ky. ) GEORGE O. WATTS (Ap'd Ky. ) . . 32 

For previous history, see No. 1964, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

1965 . (Born Va.). . FRANK A. REYNOLDS (Ap'd N. M.). .33 

For previous history, see No. 1965, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1866-70, no certain information having been 
received. Colonel of Artillery in the Egyptian Army, Apr. 21, 1870, to 
July 19, 1875. 

Died, July 19, 1875, at Ilion, N. Y. : Aged 34. 



1966 . . .(BornO.) GEORGE A. CUSTER (Ap'd O.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 1966, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved : on frontier duty at Ft. Riley, Kan., Oct. 18, 
1866, to Mar. 26, 1867, — and Scouting in Kansas and Colorado, to July 28, 
1867; in arrest and susjiended, to Aug. 12, 1868 : joining regiment, to 
Oct. 7, 1868 : on frontier duty. Scouting in Kansas and the Indian Territoiy. 
to Oct., 1869, — Ft. Leavenworth. Kan., to Ajjr. 23, 1869, being engaged in 
the Action of the Washita, Nov. 27, 1868 (leave of absence, Nov. 10.' 1869. to 
Jan. 9, 1870), — Camp near Ft. Hays, Kan., and Scouting, to Nov. 11, 1870,— 
and Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., to Jan. 11, 1871 ; on leave of absence, to Sep. 3, 
1871 ; in garrison, at Louisville, Ky., to Jan., 1872, — Elizabetlitown, Ky., to 
Feb. 27, 1873,— and Memphis, Ten., to A\)v., 1873 : ou frontier duty, at 
Yankton, Dak., Apr., 1873, — on Yellowstone Expedition, to Sep., 1873, -Ft. 
Lincoln, Dak., to June 20, 1874, — on Black Hills Expedition, to Aug. 30. 
1874, — Ft. Lincoln, Dak., to Apr. 26, 1875 (detached service and leave of 
absence, to June 3, 1875), — and Ft. Lincoln, Dak., to Sep. 24, 1875 ; on leave 



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NuMBEB. 1861-6:2. Class Bank. 



of absence, to Feb. 15, 1870 ; on tempomry duty at St. Paul, Min., to Mar., 
1876; before Committee of the U. S. House of liepresentatives, to May 11, 
1876 ; and on Sioux Expedition, to June 25, 187G, when he, with his whole 
commiind, was 

Killed, Juxe "25, 1876, in the Action of Little Big Houn River, Mon. : 

Aged 37. 

Civil History. — Author of "My Life on the Plains," 1874 ; and of various 
Magazine articles, 1868-76. 



CLASS OF 1862. 

1967. . . .(Born N. Y.). .RANALD S. MACKENZIE. . (Ap'd at Large) .1 
For jH-evious history, see No. li)67, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty in command of Baton 
Rouge, La., Mav 26, to June 24, 1867,— Brownsville. Tex., to Aug. 8. 1867.— 
Ringgold Barracks. Tex., to Feb., 1868.— Ft. Clark, Tex., to Mar., 1869, (Court 
Martial at San Antonio, Tex., Mar. 31, to Nov. 28, 1868),— and Ft. McKavett, 

(Teansfeeked to 2-4th Intantky, Mak. 15, 1869) 
Tex., to Apr. 19, 1870 ; on leave of absence, to Oct. 1, 1870: as Member of Spe- 
cial Board, at Washington, D. C, Oct. 5, 1870, to Jan. 3, 1871 ; on frontier duty 

(Te-ansfeeked to ixH Cavalry, Dec. 15, 1869) 
at Ft. Concho, Tex., Feb. 24, to Mar. 27, 1871,— Ft. Richardson, Tex., Apr. 8, 
1871, to Dec. 28, 1872, except while on Expedition against hostile Indians 
Aug. 2, to Nov. 8, 1871, and June 14, to Nov. 5, 1872, being engaged in the 
Action near mouth of McLellan Creek, Tex., Sep. 29, 1872, — and Ft. Concho, 
Tex., Jan. 1, to Sep. 7, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence to Feb. 11, 1874 ; on 
frontier duty at Ft. Clark. Tex., to Jan. 30, 1875, excejat while commsmding 
Expedition in the field, July 31, 1874, to Jan. 9, 1875,— Ft. Sill, I. T., Mar. 16, 
1875, to Aug. 18, 1876,— Camp Robinson, Neb., to Nov.., 1876, — command of 
District of Black Hills, Aug. 14. to Nov., 1876, — and commanding the cavalry 
on Powder River Expedition, Nov. 1, 1876, to Jan., 1877; under orders of the 
Secretary of War, at Washington, D. C, Jan. 12, to Mar. 13, 1877 ; on frontier 
duty at Camp Robinson, Neb., Mar. 13, to June, 1877, being in command of Dis- 
trict of Black Hills, Mar. 13, to May 26, 1877,— Ft. Sill, I. T., June 30, to 
Dec. 17, 1877, — and Ft. Clark, Tex., commanding District of Nueces, Jan., to 
Oct. 25, 1878 ; and Member of Equipment Board, at Washington, D. C, 
Dec, 1878, to 



1968 . , (Born Ten.). .GEORGE L. GILLESPIE (Ap'd Ten.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1968, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. —Served : as Assistant Engineer in the Construction of 
the Defenses of Portsmouth Harbor, N. H., Aug. 26, 1867, to July 13, 1868,— 
of Improvements in Boston Harbor, July 13, 1868, to May 5, 1869 ; as Secre- 
tary' of Board of Engineers on Ponton Equipage and EstalDlishments, Dec. 19, 
1868, to Aug. 1, 1869 ; as Superintending Engineer of Tenth Lighthouse 
District, May 5, 1869, to May 1, 1873,— of Ft. Wayne, Mich., and Harbor and 
River Improvements on Lake JErie, west of Dunkirk, Apr. 25, 1871, to May 1, 

(Majoe, Corps of Engineers, Sep. 5, 1871) 
1873 : making Surveys in the Shenandoah Valley to illustrate the Campaign 
of 1864, May 1, 1873,\ind Chief Engineer of the Division of the Missouri. 



306 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1862. Class Rank. 

June 30, 1874, to May 9, 1877 ; as Superintending Engineer of Harbor Im- 
provements at southern end of Lake Michigan, July 14, 1874, of Survey of 
Wolf Lake Cut, Aug., 1874, and Survey of Canal Route to connect the 
Wabash with Lake Michigan, May, 1875, to May 9, 1877 ; on leave of ab- 
sence in Europe, May 9, 1877, to July 12, 1878 ; as Member of Board of En- 
gineers on Improvement of Grand River Harbor, O., Feb. 26, 1872, — to 
examine condition of Toledo Harbor, Dec. 27, 1872,— on Improvement of 
outer Harbor, at Michigan City, Jan., 1875,— to examine St. Joseph's Harbor 
and Railroad Bridge across it, 'June 10-18, 1875,— on Improvement of Ahne- 
pee Harbor, Wis., Oct. 13,1875, to June 18, 1876,— and on Modifications of 
Chicago Harbor, Mar. 12, 1877 ; as Chief Engineer of the Division of the 
Missouri, July 16, to Sep. 28, 1878 ; and as Superintending Engineer of 
Surveys and Improvements of Rivers and Harbors, in Oregon and Wash- 
ington Territory, Oct. 21, 1878, to ,— and of Thirteenth Lighthouse 
District, Oct. 21, 1878, to 



1969. . . .(Born N. J.).. GEORGE BURROUGHS (Ap'd Mas.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 1969, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military EEistory. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the Construction 
of the Defenses of Boston Harbor, Mas., May 27, 1867, to June 9, 1868,— 
and on Surveys and Works for the preservation of Provincetown Harbor, 
Mas., June 9, 1868, to May 5, 1869 ; and as Engineer of the Sixth Light- 
house District, May, 1869, to Jan. 22, 1870. 

Deed, Jan. 22, 1870, at Chableston Harbor, S. C. : Aged 28. 



1970. . . .(Born N. Y.). . CHARLES R. SUTER (Ap'd at Large) .4 

For previous history, see No. 1970, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Assistant Engineer on Survey of the 
Upper Mississippi, Sep. 1, 1866, to 1868, — and in removal of obstructions in 

(Major, Corps of Engineers, Oct. 10, 1871) 
Western Rivers, June 30, 1868, to Mar. 27, 1873 ; as Superintending Engi- 
neer of the Survey and Improvement of various Western Rivers, Apr. 7, 
1873, to ,— of Fifteenth Lighthouse District, July 20, 1874, to 

— of Survey of Transportation Route by the Mississippi from Cairo to New 
Orleans, July 20, 1874, to Feb. 18, 1875,— of part of Fourteenth Lighthouse 
District, Sep. 29, 1874, to ; and as Member of Board of Engineers 

on Bridge across the Missouri at Nebraska Citj', Jan. 20-31, 1873, — to exam- 
ine effect on navigation of Little Rock bridge over the Arkansas, May 27, to 
July 2, 1873, — on proposed Bridge across the Mississippi at Louisiana, Mo., 
June 16-21, 1873, and between Warsaw and Alexandria, Mo., Aug., 1873, — 
to examine condition of St. Louis Bridge across the Mississippi, Sep. 2, 1873, 
to June 31, 1874, — on proposed Bridge across the Mississippi at Carondelet, 
Mo., June 16, to Aiig. 7, 1874, — on proposed Bridge across the Ohio at Cin- 
cinnati, Aug. 5-17, 1874, — on pile and ponton Bridge acro.ss the Mississippi 
at Dubuque, May, 1875, — on iise of Shear-booms on jjiers of Mississippi 
Bridges, July 7, 1876, to Feb. 2, 1877,— for preserving Vicksburg Riverfront, 
July 17, 1877, to Jan. 23, 1878, — on Bridge over the Missouri, near Glasgow, 
Mo., Apr., 1878, — on Improvement of Low-water Navigation of the Missis- 
sippi River, July, 1878, — and on Harbor of Refuge, near Cincinnati, O., 
July, 1878. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 307 



NuMBEE. 1862. Class Rank. 



1971 . (Born Me.) TARED A. SMITH (Ap'd Me.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 1971, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Superintending Engineer of the Construc- 
tion of the Defenses of New Bedford Harbor, Mas., and Prest'rvation of Ply- 
mouth Beach, Mas., Nov., 18GG, to June 1, 1869,— and Examinations for 
Improvement of Taunton River, and Duxherry Beach, Mas., 18G8 : as Assis- 
tant Engineer on the (xeodetic Survey of the Northern Lakes, from 1869, to 
Apr. 1, 1871. — on Siirveys and ^jlans for a Harbor of Refuge in Lake Hiiron, 
Apr. 1, 1871. to Dec. 1, 1873 (leave of absence in Europe, May 28, to Sep. 26, 
1873),— and on the Defenses of Key West and Dry Tortugas, Fla., Dec. 12, 

(Majoe, Corps of Engineers, Jan. 13, 1874) 
1873, to Jan. 29, 1874 ; as Suijerintending Engineer of the Construction of 
the Defenses of Key West and Dry Tortugas, Fla., Jan. 29, 1874, to Dec. 16, 
1876, being at the same time Engineer of the Seventh Lighthouse District, 
— of the Wabash River Improvement, Ind.. Jan. 22, 1877, to 
of the Improvement of the Harbors of Michigan City, and of New Buft'alo, 
July, 1878, to , — and Surveys of White and Kankakee Rivers, 

Aug., 1878, to , — and as Member of Board of Engineers on the 

Improvement of Wabash River, June, 1877, — and on Improvement of Chi- 
cago, and Michigan City Harboi-s, July, 1878. 



1972. . . (Born Ct.). . .SAMtTEL M. MANSFIELD (Ap'd at Large). .6 
For previous history, see No. 1972, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Engineer Company and Foi-t 
Point, San Francisco Bay, Cal., Sep. 26, 1867, to Mar. 25, 1868,— and of Com- 
pany and Engineer Depot, Yerba Buena Island, Cal., Mar. 25, 1868, to Apr., 
1871, ; as Assistant Engineer in the construction of the Defenses at Ft. 
Hamilton, N. Y., Apr. 1, 1871, to June, 1872 ; on Engineer Recruiting Ser- 
vice, New York City, Oct. 30, 1871, to June, 1872 ; as Superintending 

(Major, Corps or Engineers, Sep. 2, 1874) 
Engineer of Harbor Improvements on the Eastern Shore of Lake Michigan, 
June 17, 1872, to , and of Survey of Portage Lake, July 24, 1878, to : 

and as Member of Board of Engineers to examine Harbor at mouth of 
Kalamazoo River, June 9-12, 1875, — to examine St. Joseph's Harbor and 
Railroad Bridge across it, June 10-18, 1875, — on Improvement of Ahnepee 
Harbor, Wis., Oct. 13, to Dec. 16, 1875, — and on Improvement of the Harbors 
at Chicago and Michigan Citv, Jan., 1868. 



1973. . . .(Born Ark.). . ..HENRY C. 'WHARTON (Ap'd Neb.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 1973, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Served: on temporary duty at Baltimore, 1867-68: and 
as Assistant Engineer under the orders of Colonel Cram, Sep. 4, 1868, to 
Nov. 19, 1869,— and of Major McFarland, Nov. 19, 1869, to Jan. 6, 1870. 
Resigned, Jan. 6, 1870. 
Died, Ape. 8, 1870, at Baetdiore, Md. : Aged 28. 



1974. (Born N. Y.). CLEMENS C. CHAFFEE (Ap'd Mas.). 

For previous history, see No. 1974, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 5, 1867, at Springfied Armoey, Mas. : Aged 26. 



308 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEK. 1862. Class Rank. 

1975. . . .(Born 0.) MORRIS SCHAFF (Ap'd 0.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 1975, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Mt. Vernon Arsenal, Ala., 
Sep. 6, 1866, to Dec. 26, 1867 (in arrest July 1, to Dec. 26, 1867),— at Water- 

(Captain, Okdnance, Mae. 7, 1867) 
town Arsenal, Mar., to Sep. 30, 1868, — and at Rock Island Ai'senal, 111., to 
Dec. 31, 1871, (leave of absence, Nov. 30, 1870, to Jan. 31, 1871, Mar. 18, to 
June 18, 1871, and July 1, to Dec. 31, 1871.) 

Resigned, Dec. 31, 1871. 
Civil History.— Manufacturer of , Pittsfield, Mas., since 1872. 



1976. . . . (Born Ind.) JASPER MYERS (Ap'd Ind.^.lO 

For previous history, see No. 1976, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Washington 
Arsenal, D. C, Sep. 7, 1866, to May 28, 1867 ; as Chief Ordnance Officer of 

(Captain, Ordnance, Mak. 7, 1867) 
Fourth Military District to May 9, 1870 ; and as Assistant Ordnance Officer 
at Benicia Arsenal, Cal., June 20, to Dec. 31, 1870. 

HoNOE.\BLY DiSCHAEGED, AT HIS OWN REQUEST, DeC. 31, 1870. 

Civil History. — Counsellor at Law, San Francisco, Cal., since 1871. 



1977. . . .(Born Md.). . . WILLIAM A. MARYE (Ap'd Cal.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 1977, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Benicia 
Arsenal, Cal., Aug. 30, 1865, to June 1, 1870,— at Watertown Arsenal, 
Mas., June 20, 1870, to June 10, 1874,— at Rock Island Arsenal, III, June 20, 
1874, to June 15, 1876,— and at Benicia Arsenal, Cal., July 8, 1876, to 
(Majoe, Oednance, May 27, 1878) 



1978. . . .(Born 0.) FRANK B. HAMILTON (Ap'd O.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 1978, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Mineral- 
ogy and Geology, at the Military Academy, Oct. 23, 1863, to July 17, 1868 ; 
on frontier duty, at Camp Cady, Cal., Nov. 2, 1868, to Mar., 1869,— and 
Camp Mojave, Ara., to June, 1869 ; in garrison at Louisville, Ky., Julj', 
1869, to Apr., 1870 ; on frontier duty, at Crow Creek Agency, Dak., to Aug., 

(Teansfeeked to 2d Aetilleey, Dec. 15, 1870) 
1870, — and Omaha Barracks, Neb., to Jan., 1871 ; on leave of absence, Jan.- 
Mar., 1870 ; in garrison, at Sitka, Alas., Apr. 10, 1871, to July, 1872,— Pre- 
sidio of San Francisco, Cal., to Nov., 1872,- Raleigh, N. C, to Sep., 1875 
(leave of absence, June 8, to Oct. 7, 1873),— and Ft. Macon, N. C, to June 1, 
1876 ; on leave of absence, to Sep. 30, 1876 ; in garrison, at Columbus Bar- 
racks, O., to Dec. 4, 1876,— Washington Arsenal, D. C, Dec. 6, 1876, to 
Aug. 2, 1878,— Ft. Foote, Md., to Nov. 10, 1878,— and Ft. Ontario, N. Y.. 
Nov. 12, 1878, to 

Civil History -Degree of A.M., conferred by Western Reserve College, O., 
1865. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 309 



Number. 1862. Class Rank. 

1979. . . .(Bom Ct.) ISAAC ARNOLD (Ap'd Ct.). .13 

For previous history, see No. 1979, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of San Antonio Arsenal, Tex., 
Jan. 1, 1867, to June 8, 18(59 ; on leave of absence to Oct. 1, 1869 ; as 
Assistant Ordnance Officer at Springfield Armory, Mas., Oct. 1, 1869, to 
May 5, 1871,— at Allegheny Arsenal, Pa., May 15, 1871, to May 14, 1872 
(leave of absence to Dec. 13", 1872),- at Benicia Arsenal, Cal., Dec"^ 13, 1872, 
to July 1, 1875, — and at Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind., July 9, 1875, to May 3, 
1876, — and in command, May 3, 1876, to 



1980. . . (Born Mis.) TULLY McCREA (Ap'd O.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 1980, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on Recruiting Service, Dec. 6, 1866, to 
Mar. 29, 1867 : in garrison at Madison Barracks, N. Y., Apr. 10, to Aug., 
1867, — and Ft. Porter, N. Y., to May 9, 1868 ; in conducting recruits to the 
Pacific Coast to July 10, 1868 ; joining regiment and awaiting orders to 
Sep., 1868 ; as Quartermaster of the Military Academy, Sep. 30, 1868, to 
(Unassigned, Ape. 22, 1869) 
(AssiG>rED TO 1st ARTrLLEET, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Aug. 28. 1872 ; as Deputy Governor of the Soldiers' Home, near Washington, 
D. C, Sep. 15, 1872. to July, 1875 ; on leave of absence, July-Oct., 1875 ; in 
garrison at St. Augustine, JFla.. Oct. 23, to Dec. 2, 1875,— Ft. Trumbull, Ct., 
Dec. 9, 1875, to July 29, 1876,— Ft. Sill, I. T., Aug. 16, to Nov. 22, 1876,— 
Washington Arsenal, D. C, Dec. 4, 1876, to Apr. 5, 1877,— and Ft. Trum- 
bull, Ct., Apr. 7, 1877, to , except while engaged in suppressing Rail- 
road Disturbances in Pennsylvania, July 28, to Oct. 24, 1877. 



1981. . . .(Bom Ky.). . .JAMES M. LANCASTER (Ap'd Ky.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 1981, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved : as Adjutant, 3d Artillery, Mar. 26, to Sep. 24, 
1867 ; in gan-ison at Ft. Constitution, N. H., Oct.-Nov., 1867,— Ft. Preble, 
Me., Nov. 29, 1867, to Feb., 1869,— Ft. Jefferson, Fla., Feb. 25, 1869, to Aug., 
1872, (leave of absence. May 12, to Nov. 14, 1871),— Ft. Barrancas, Fla., to 
Sep. 23, 1872, (leave of absence, Sep. 23, to Dec. 10, 1872), — and at David's 
Island, N. Y., to Aug. 19, 1873 ; as Professor of Military Science at Bishop 
Seaburj^ Mission, Faribault, Min., Aug., 1873, to July, 1877 ; in garrison at 
Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., July 5, 1877, to , except while engaged in sup- 
pressing Railroad Disturbances in West Virginia, and Pennslj^vania, July 23, 
to Nov. 3, 1877. 

1982. . . .(Bom Vt.) JOHN EGAN (Ap'd N. Y.) . .16 

For previous history, see No. 1982, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: at the Military Academy as Assistant Instruc- 
tor of Infantry Tactics, Mar. 3, 1865, to Feb. 6, 1869 ; in garrison at Lynch- 
burg, Va., Feb. 16, to Mar., 1869 : awaiting orders to Apr. 5, 1869 ; as Aide- 
de-Camp to General Ames, at headquarters of Fourth Military District, to 
(Unassigned, Ape. 14, 1869) 
(Assigned to 23d Ixfa>;tey, Sep. 1, 1869) 
Oct. 4, 1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Colville, Wash., to Mar., 1871 ; in garri- 
(Transfeeeed, to 4th Artillerx, Jan. 1, 1871) 



310 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1862. Class Rank. 

son at Ft. Macon, N. C, to Sep., 1871 ; as Assistant Instructor of Infantrj- 
Tactics at the Military Academy, Sep. 11, 1871, to Aug. 29, 1872, of Artillery 
Tactics, Aug. 29, 1872, to Sep. 8, 1873, and as Treasurer, Sep. 20, 1872, to 
Sep. 8, 1873 ; in garrison at the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 20, 1873, 
to Aug. 5, 1874, — and Alcatraz Island, Cal., to Aug. 12, 1876 ; in arrest and 
undergoing sentence of Court Martial, Aug. 12, 1876, to Jan. 16, 1877 ; in 
garrison at Alcatraz Island, Cal., Jan. 16, 1877, to June 12, 1878; on Bannock 
Campaign, to Sep., 1878 ; and in garrison at Fort Point, Cal., Sep. 16, 1878 to 



1983. . . .(Born 0.) ASA BOLLES (Ap'd O.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 1983, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Apr. 21, 1863, at Saceamento, Cal. : Aged 23. 



1984. . . .(Born 0.). . . .JAMES A. SANDERSON (Ap'd O.). .18 

For previous history, see No. 1984, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
MoETALLY Wounded in the Battle or Pleasant HrLL, La., and 
Died, Apr. 10, 1864: Aged 23. 



1985. . . (Born O.) CLIFTON COMLY (Ap'd O.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 1985, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Constructor of Ordnance at Ft. 
Pitt Foundry, Pa., Dec. 1, 1864, to June 4, 1867 ; as Chief Ordnance Officer, 
Department'of the Platte, Jiine 19th, to Dec. 12, 1867 ; as Assistant Ord- 
nance Officer at Rock Island Arsenal, Cal., Dec. 12, 1867, to May 5, 1871 ; in 
command of San Antonio Arsenal, Tex., and Chief Ordnance Officer, De- 
partment of Texas, May 5, 1871, to 



1986 ..(Born N. Y.). WILLIAM C. BARTLETT. . (Ap'd at Large). .20 

For previous history, see No. 1986, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Preble, Me., Jan., 1866, to 
Aug. 1, 1867 ; on leave of absence to Jan. 21, 1868 ; in garrison at Ft. Con- 
stitution, N. H., to May, 1868,— and Ft. Warren, Mas., to Oct. 26, 1868 ; on 
leave of absence to Feb., 1869 ; in garrison at Ft. Jeflt'erson, Fla., Feb. 3. 
1869, to Mar., 1871,— and Charleston, S. C, to Feb. 9, 1872 ; on sick leave of 

(Teansfeekd to 3d Infantey, Feb. 5, 1872) 
absence, Feb. 9, 1872, to Nov. 28, 1874 : in garrison at Shreveport, La., to 
July, 1876, — Baton Rouge, La., to Nov., 1876, — New Orleans, La., to May, 
1877,— Holly Springs and Jackson, Mis., to Sep., 1877 ; and on frontier 
duty at Helena, Mon., Nov. 7, 1877, to May 22, 1878,— Camp on Marias 
River, Mon., Julv 26, to Oct., 1878, —and at Camp Baker, Mon., Oct. 30, 
1878, to 

1987. . . .(Born D. C). . J. EVELETH WILSON . .(Ap'd at Large). .21 

For previous history, see No. li)87, Vol. II, of Register of Gi'aduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, Jtily 10, 186G, to 
Oct. 16, 1808 ; on frontier duty, en route to Oregon, to Jan., 1869,^ — and 
at Ft. Stevens, Or., to Julv 10, 1870 ; on leave of absence. July 10, to 
Nov. 19, 1870 ; on frontier dutv, at Ft. Rilev, Kan., to May, 1871 : 'in garri- 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 311 



NuMBEE. 1862. Class Rank. 

son, at the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., to Nov. 5, 1872, — Raleigh, 
N. C, Nov. 16. 1872, to Apr., 1873,— Artillery School for Practice, Ft. 
Monroe, Va., May 1, 1873, to May 1, 1874,— Ft. Macon, N. C, to Aug. 31, 
1874,— Ft. McHenry, Md., Sep. 2, 1874, to July 28, 187G,— Ft. Reno, I. T., 

(Captain, 2d Artillery, June 24, 1874) 
Aiig. 28, to Nov. 26, 1876,— Ft. McHenry, Md., Dec. 22, 1877, to Sep. 20, 
1878, except while engaged in suppressing Railroad Disturbances in West 
Virginia and Maryland, — and Washington, D. C, Sep. 20, 1878, to 



1988. . . .(Born Mas.) JOHN H. CALEP (Ap'd Mas.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 1988, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : as Adjutant 2d Artillery, Nov. 4, 1864, to ; 
(Captain, 10th Cavalry, Jan. 12, 1867 : Declined) 
in garrison at the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., Feb., 1867, to Nov., 1872, 
—Ft. McHenry, Md., to May, 1875,— Artillery School for Practice, Ft. Mon- 

(Captain, 2d Artillery, Mar. 16, 1875) 
roe, Va., May 11, 1875, to , except while engaged in suppressing Rail- 

road Disturbances in Pennsylvania, July-Oct., 1877. 



1989 .... (Born Mas.) . . SAMUEL B. McINTIRE (Ap'd Min.) . . 23 

For previous history, see No. 1989, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at the Presidio, San Francisco, 
Cal., Sep., 1865, to Oct., 1867,— and New Archangel, Alas., to Dec, 1867 ; as 
Aide-de-Camp and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Department of 
Alaska, to Jan. 10, 1870 ; on leave of absence to July 6, 1870 ; and in garrison 
at Angel Island, Cal., to Oct. 1, 1870. 

Honorably Discharged, at his own Request, Oct. 1, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no ceiiain information having been received. 



1990. , (Born N. Y.). .ALBERT M. MURRAY (Ap'd N. Y.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 1990, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 12, 1864, in the Military Prison, at Macon, Ga. : Aged 24. 



1991, . . .(Born Mo.). . . .JAMES H. ROLLINS (Ap'd Mo.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 1991, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at St. Louis 
Arsenal, Mo., Nov. 30, 1865, to Sep. 1, 1870 ; in command of St. Louis 
Arsenal, Mo., Sep. 1, 1870, to May 5, 1871,— and of Augusta Arsenal, Me., 
May 5, 1871, to Sep. 29, 1873 ; as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Watervliet 
Arsenal, N. Y., Oct. 30, 1875, to Apr. 1, 1878 ; on leave of absence, Apr. 24, 
1875. to June 10, 1876, and absent sick, Apr. 1, 1878, to 



1992. . . .(Born Pa.) JAMES H. LORD (Ap'd Pa.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 1992, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History .^Served : in garrison at the Presidio, San Francisco, 
Cal., Jan., 1866, to May 1, 1867 ; as Quartermaster, 2d Artillery, May 1, 1867, 



312 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1862-63. Class Rank. 

to Apr. 24, 1875, at San Francisco, to Dec. 3, 1872, and Ft. McHenry, Md., to 
Apr. 24, 1875 ; in garrison at Ft. McHenry, Md., to June 2, 1875 ; as Chief 

(Capt.un Stait — Assistant Quartermastee, Ape. 24, 1875) 
Quartermaster of the District of Tucson, Ara., Aug. 1, 1875, to July 3, 1877 ; 
as Depot Quartermaster, at Yuma, Ara., July 6, 1877, to Nov. 28, 1878 ; and 
on duty at the General De^aot of the Quartermaster's Depai-tment at Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Dec. 2. 1878, to 

1993. . . (Bom N. Y. ).. FREDERICK J. JAMES (Ap'd N. Y.). .27 

For previous history, see No. 1993, Vol. H, of Register of Graduates. 
Accidentally Killed, Aug. 4, 1864, near Cold Spring, N. Y. : Aged 23. 



1994. . . .(Born Pa. )... CHARLES N. WARNER (Apd Pa.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 1994, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty on Indian Expedition to 
the Plains, Mar. -Apr., 1867,— Ft. Riley, Kan., to Sep., 1867,— and Ft. Har- 
ker, Kan., to Nov. 14, 1867 : and in garrison at Ft. Washington, Md., to 
Oct., 1870 (leave of absence, Jan. 9, to May 13, 1868),— Ft. Graham, N. C, 
Oct., 1870,— and at Lnmberton, N. C, to Jan. 1, 1871. 

Honorably Mustered out of Service, Jan. 1, 1871. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



CLASS OF 1863. 

1995. . (Born D. C.) JOHN R. MEIGS (Ap'd at Large). . 1 

For previous history, see No. 1995, Vol. H, of Register of Graduates. 
Killed, Oct. 3, 1864, near Harrisonburg, Va. : Aged 22. 



1996. . . (Bom Scotland).. PETER S. MICHIE (Ap'd O.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 1996, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Princijial Assis- 
tant Professor of Engineering, Ai)r. 23, 1867, to Feb. 14, 1871.— Instructor of 
Practical Military Engineering, Military Signals, and Telegraphing, Aug. 31, 
1867, tu Feb. 14, 1871,— and Assistant "Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy, 
and Geology, Nov. 2, 1867, to Feb. 28, 1869 ; as Member of Commission to 
Europe to collect information on the Fabrication of Iron for Defensive 
Purposes in Coast Fortifications, June 29, to Nov. 22, 1870 ; and as Profes- 
(Professor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy. 
Military Academy, Feb. 14, 1871) 
sor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy, in the U. S. Military Academy, 
since Feb. 14, 1871. 

Civil History. -Member of the Board of Overseers of the Thayer School 
of Civil Engineering, Dartmouth College. N. H., since 1871. Degree of 
Ph.D., conferred by the College of New Jersey, July 10, 1871 ; and of M.A.. 
by Dartmouth College, June 27, 1873. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 313 



Number. 1863. Class Rank. 



1997, , ..(Bornlnd.) JAMES D. RABB (Ap'd Ky.). .3 

For previous history, seu No. 1997, Vol. II, of Kegistor of Graduates. 
DiKD, Aug. 26, 1863, at New Orleans, La. : Aged 23. 



1998. . . .(Born Ind.) ..WILLIAM J. TWINING (Ap'd Ind.). .4 

For i^revious historj-, see No. 1998, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Engineer of the DejDai-tment of 
Dakota, June, 1867, to Feb. 27, 1870, and Aide-de-Camp to Bvt. Major-Gen- 
eral Terry, Aug. 22, 1868, to Feb. 27, 1870 ; as Engineer of Sixth Lighthouse 
District, Mar., 1870, to iJnne 21, 1871 ; in command of Engineer Company, 
at Willet's Point, N. Y., July 8, 1871, to June 11, 1872 ; as Commissioner 
under the State Department for Survey of the Boundary Line of the United 
States, along the i9th parallel of latitude, June 11, 1872, to July 3, 1876, (on 
Boundary Survey duty in Europe, Mar. 17, to Jan. 19, 1876) ; as Superintend- 
ing Engineer of Survey of Union and Central Pacific Kailwaj's, Aug. 31, 1876, 
to June 1, 1877; as Assistant to the Chief of Engineers, at Washington, D. C, 

(Ma,jor, Corps of Engineers, Oct. 16, 1877) 
June 1, 1877, to June 29, 1878 ; and Commissioner of the District of Colum- 
bia, since June 27, 1878. 



1999... (Born N. Y.). . ..WILLIAM R. KING (Ap'd N. Y.)..5 

For previous history, see No. 1999, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant in the Office of the Chief of 
Engineers, "Washington, D. C, Aug. 1, 1865, to Jiily, 1870, collecting infor- 
mation and experimenting on Torpedoes, Modern Seacoast Artillery, Pene- 
tration of Projectiles, Counterpoise Gun-Can-iages, etc.; as Member of Com- 
mission to examine and report upon the proposed Brooklyn Suspension 
Bridge across the East River, N. Y., Mar. 31, to May 22, 1869 ; in command 
of Engineer Company at Willet's Point, N. Y., July, 1870, to May 12, 1876 ; 
as Superintending Engineer of the Improvement of the Tennessee, Cum- 
berland and other Rivers in Georgia and Alabama, Maj^ 15, 1876, to ; 
as Member of Board of Engineers on Bridge across the Delaware from Phil- 
adelphia to Camden, May 10, 1870, to Apr. 29, 1871 ; as Secretary to Sutro 
Tunnel Commission, Apr. 27, 1871, to Jan. 6, 1872 ; as Member of Board of 
Engineers on Lock and Sluices designed for Canal around Des Moines 
Rapids, May, 1875. 

Civil History. — Author of " Torpedoes, their Invention and Use," 1866 ; 
" Exi^erimental Firing with Modern Sea-coast Artillery," 1868; "Armor 
Plating for Land Defenses," 1870; and of "Counterpoise Gun-Carriage, " 
including a description of his own original design for applying the counter- 
l)oise principle to heavy Sea-coast Artillery, 1869. 



2000. (Born Pa). .WILLIAM H. H. BENYAURD (Ap'd Pa.). 6 

For previous history, see No. 2000, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Engineering, Aug. 31, 1866, to Aug. 28, 1869 ; as Assistant Engineer 
of construction of superstructure of Rock Island Bridge across the Mississippi, 
Sep., 1869, to Aug., 1872, — and of works for the preservation of the Falls of 
St. Anthony, and of Improvement of Minnesota River, Aug., 1872, to Ajjr, 
1873 ; as Suiaerinteuding Engineer of the Improvement of the Ouachita and 



314 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1863. Class Rank. 

Yazoo Rivers, May 9, 1873, to ; in charge of Water Guages on the 

Mississippi and its principal tributaries, Aug., 1874, to ; as Superin- 

tending Engineer of removal of Red River Raft, La., and of Improvement 
of Cypress Baj'ou, and Sodo Lake, Tex., Nov., 1874, to ,— and of Sur- 

veys and Improvements of various Rivers and Harbors in the Valley of the 
Lower Mississippi, June 26, 1878, to : and as Member of Commission 

on reclamation of the alluvial basin of the Mississippi, July 2, 1874, to 
Jan. 16, 1875,— of Board of Engineers for protection of Vicksburg, Mis., 
Water-front, June 28, 1877, to July, 1878,— and for protection of New Orleans 
Wharves, Nov., 1877, to Apr. 8, 1878. 



2001. . . . (Born Ind.) . CHARLES W. HOWELL (Ap'd Ind.) . 7 

For previous history, see No. 2001, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the Improvement 
of the Western Rivers (except the Ohio), Sep. 7, 1866, to June, 1868 ; under 
the Interior Department, surveying a railroad route, from Ft. Riley, to inter- 
sect the Union Pacihc route at the 100th Meridian, June-Oct., 1868 ; as 
Chief Engineer of the Department of the Missouri, Dec. 17, 1868, to 
May 8, 1869 ; as Superintending Engineer of the Defenses of New 
Orleans, and of various Surveys and Improvements of Rivers, Harbors 
and Canals in Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, since June 7, 1869 ; and 
as Member of Board of Engineers to examine his plan for a Ship Canal 
to connect the Lower Mississippi with the Gulf of Mexico, July 20, 1873, to 
Jan. 4, 1874, — on Improvement of Galveston Harbor, Jan. 28, to Feb. 2, 
1874, Dec. 20-25, 1875, and Sep. 1-10, 1877,— and to protect New Orleans 
Wharves, Nov., 1877, to Apr. 8, 1878. 

Civil History.— Employed by Houston and Great Northern Railroad Com- 
pany, to make examination of Mouth of Brazos River, 1872. 



2002. . (Born N. Y.). . . .ASA H. HOLGATE (Ap'd 0.) .8 

For previous history, see No. 2002, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : in command of Engineer Company at Wil- 
let's Point, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1865, to July 30, 1868 ; as Assistant Engineer 
under the orders of Major Houston, July 31, 1868, to July 1, 1870 (in tem- 
porary charge of his works, May^uly, 1870),— and of Major Warren, July 1, 
1870, 'to Mar. 20, 1874 (sick leave of" absence June 4, to Sep. 4, 1872, and 
June 11, 1873, to ) ; as Chief Engineer of the Department of Texas, 

May 11, to Feb. 20, 1875 (in arrest Aug. 23, 1874, to ) : under orders 

to report for duty with the Engineer Battalion at Willet's Point, N. Y., 
Feb. 20, 1875 ; and in arrest and under sentence of suspension from duty, 
rank and command, Apr. 15, to Dec. 9, 1875. 

Resigned, Dec. 9, 1875. 

CivU History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2003. .(Born Ireland). .JOHN R. McGINNESS (Apd 0.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 2003, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant to the Chief of Ordnance, at 
Washington, D. C, Jan. 1, 1867, to Oct. 20, 1868 ; as Member of Board on Major 
Whittemore's modification of the Springfield Rifle, Feb. 18, 1868; as Assistant 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 315 



NuMBEE. 1S63. Class Bank. 

Ordnjmce Officer at Springfield Armory, Mas., Oct. 20, 1868, to Oct. 1, 1869 : 

(Captain, Ordnance, Feb. 10, 1869) 
as Chief Ordnance Officer, Department of the Platte, Oct. 1, 1869, to June 22, 
1872 ; at the Military Academy as Instructor of Ordnance and Gunnery, 
July 25, 1872, to Aug. 30, 1874 ;" as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Watertown 
Arsenal, Mas., Oct. 8. 1874, to July 17, 1875 : as Chief Ordnance Officer, 
Department of the South, Aug. 30, 1875. to June 20, 1878 ; in command of 
St. Louis Powder Depot, Mo., July 20, 1878, to , (on leave of absence 

in Europe, July 23, to Nov. 1, 1878). 

2004. . . .(Born Ky.). . . .GEORGE W. McKBE (Ap'd at Large). .10 

For previous history, see No. 2004, Vol. II, of Begister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant In- 
structor of Ordnance and Gunnery, Nov. 6, 1866, to Jiily 31, 1867, — and 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology, Nov. 6, 1866, 
to July 31, 1867 ; as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Watertown Arsenal, Mas., 
July 31, 1867, to Aug. 29, 1868,— at Benicia Arsenal, Cal., Aug. 29, 1868, to 
May 5, 1871,— and at St. Louis Arsenal, Mo., May 5, 1871, to Nov. 11, 1873 ; 
in charge of ungarrisoned Gulf Forts, Nov. 11, 1873, to May 29, 1874 ; as 
Assistant Oi'dnance Officer at Springfield Ai-mory, Mas., June 26, 1874, to 
Sep. 25, 1875 ; as Principal Assistant to Chief of Ordnance, at Washington, 
D. C, July 24, to Nov. 23, 1874; as Eecorder of Board on Experimental Guns 

(Capt.\in, Ordnance, Jan. 23, 1874) 
(now Ordnance Board), Oct. 10, 1874, to Mar. 16, 1877; as Member of Exam- 
ining Board of Officers for transfer to Ordnance Corps, July 7-22, 1875, 
Apr. 1-7, 1876, and May 30-June 10, 1878,— and to test a Sawyer Projectile, 
Nov. 30, to Dec. 9, 1877; as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Springfield Armory, 
Mar. 16, 1877, to June 30, 1878 ; and in command of Washington Arsenal, 
D. C, July 1, 1878, to 

2005. . . . (Born Mas.) FRANK H. PHIPPS (Ap'd Pa.) . . 11 

For ijrevious history, see No. 2005, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Watertown 
Arsenal, Mas., Aug. 20, 1867. to Oct. 20, 1868,— at Washington Arsenal, D. C, 
Oct. 20, 1868, to Oct. 25, 1871 (temporarily commanding Augusta Arsenal, 
Me., May 3, to June 22, 1871),— and at Frankford Arsenal, Pa., Oct. 25, 
1871, to Dec. 13, 1875 ; as Chief Ordnance Officer, Department of the Gulf. 

(Captain, Ordnance, June 23, 1874) 
Dec. 23, 1875, to Mar. 16, 1877 ; as Member of Board to fix value of right of 
way through Alleghany Arsenal grounds, Apr. 30, to June 7, 1875 ; and as 
Recorder of Ordnance Board Apr. 7, 1877, to 



2006. . . .(Born Pa.) JAMES W. REILLY (Ap'd Pa.). .12 

For previous historj', see No. 2006, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Watervliet 

(BvT. Captain, Mar. 13, 1865, for Faithful and Meritorious Service 

IN THE Campaicw OF Nov.-Dec, 1864, IN Tennessee) 

Arsenal, N. Y., June 13, 1867, to Sep. 11, 1871. except while on temporary 

duty at West Point, N. Y., July 6, to Aug. 2, 1869, June 30, to July 30, 1870, 

and July 8, to Aiig. 31, 1871 ; at the Military Academy, as Assistant Instruc- 

(Captais, Ordnance, Jan. 23, 1874) 



316 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1863. Class Rank. 

tor of Ordnance and Gunnerj', Sep. 16, 1871, to Aug. 28, 1872, — as Assistant 
Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology, Sep. 16, 1871, to Jan. 15, 
1872, — and as Principal Assistant Professor of Geography, History and Ethics, 
Aug. 28, 1872, to Aug. 30, 1874 ; as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Benicia 
Arsenal, Cal., Oct. 8, 1874, to June 15, 1875 ; and as Chief Ordnance Officer, 
Division of the Missouri, June 22, 1875, to 



2007. . . .(Born Fla.) . , . . JOSIAH H. V. FIELD (Ap'd at Large). .13 

For previous history, see No. 2007, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, July 16, 1864, at Cumbeeland, Md. : Aged 21. 



2008 . . .(Born Vt.). .CHARLES F. ROCKWELL (Ap'd Vt.). .14 

For previous history, see No. 2008, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Chief Ordnance Officer of Third Militarj' 
District (Georgia, Alabama, and Florida), May 1, 1867, to July, 1868, and 
Treasurer of the State of Georgia, at Atlanta, Ga., July, 1868 ; and on 
leave of absence, to Nov. 13, 1868. 

Died, Nov. 13, 1868, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 27. 



2009. . . .(Born N. Y.). . .WILLIAM S. BEEBE (Ap'd at Large). .15 

For previous history, see No. 2009, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Frankford 
Arsenal, Pa., Nov. 16, 1866, to Nov. 1, 1868 (leave of absence, Oct., 1867, to 
July 18, 1868),— at Ft. Monroe Arsenal, Va., to Sep. 13, 1870,— at Water- 
vliet Arsenal, N. Y., to Aug. 14, 1872, — at Allegheny Arsenal, Pa., to Sep. 20, 
1873, — and at Rock Island Arsenal, 111., to Nov. 1, 1873 ; and awaiting 
orders, to Jan. 1, 1874. 

Resigned, Jan. 1, 1874. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2010. . . . (Bom N. Y.) THOMAS WARD (Ap'd at Large) . . 16 

For previoias history, see No. 2010, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.^Served , in garrison at Ft. Trumbull, Ct., Se}). 17, 
1866, to May 10, 1869„— Ft. Ontario, N. Y., to Sep. 15, 1870.— Ft. Riley, Kan., 
to Mar. 29, 1871,— Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., to Sep. 10, 1872,— Ft. Ontario, N. Y., 
to Nov. 1, 1872,— David's Island, N. Y., Nov. 2-9, 1872,— and Ft. Barrancas, 
Fla., to Aug. 5, 1873, (New Orleans, May 12, to July 7, 1873) ; as Professor of 
Military Science at Union College, Schenectady, N. Y., to Aug. 1, 1877 ; in 

(Captain, 1st Aetilleet, Nov. 1, 1876) 
suppressing Railroad Disturbances in Pennsylvania, Aug. 1, to Oct. 24, 1877 ; 
and in garrison at Ft. Independence, Mas., Oct. 25, 1877, to July 18, 1878,— 
and Ft. Columbus, N. Y., July 19, 1878, to 

Civil History. — Degree of A.M., conferred by Union College, N. Y., 1878. 



2011. . . .(Born Md.). .JACOB H. COUNSELMAN (Ap'd Md.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 2011, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Schuyler, N. Y., Oct., 1865, 
to May 14, 1868 ; on Courts Martial at New York City, to Mar. 18, 1869 ; in 



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garrison at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., to Mar. 14, 1871, (leave of absence to May 1, 

1871),— Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y., to Dec. 26, 1871,— and Ft. Wood, N. Y., 

to Jan. 9, 1872 ; and on leave of absence to July 10, 1872. 

Kesigxed, July 10, 1872. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information liaviug been received. 

Died, Feb. 21, 1875, at Baltimore, Md. : Aged 35. 



2012. . . .(Born D. C). GEORGE D. RAMSAY, Jr. .(Ap'd at Large). .18 
For previous history, see No. 2012, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Frankford 
Ai-senal, Pa., Jan. 2, 1865, to Sep. 30, 1868, — and at Allegheny Arsenal, Pa., 
Sep. 30, 1868, to Dec. 2. 1870 : in command of Charleston Arsenal, S. C, 
Dec. 2, 1870, to Oct. 23, 1873 (leave of absence, June 7, to Sep. 7, 1873) : as 
Assistant Ordnance Officer at Springtield Armory, Mas., Oct. 30, 1873, to 

(Captain, Ordnance, June 23, 1874) 
Sep. 28, 1875 (sick leave of absence, Dec. 19, 1874, to Jan. 19, 1875), -at 
Watervleit Arsenal, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1875, to Oct. 25, 1876 (sick leave of ab- 
sence, Nov. 1, 1875, to Oct. 31, 1876), — and at Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind., 
Nov. 8, 1876, to June 11, 1878 ; and on sick leave of absence, June 11, to 
July 5, 1878. 

Died, July 5, 1878, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 36. 



2013. . . .(Born N. Y.). . . HENRY C. DODGE (Ap'd N. Y.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 2013, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Stevens, Or., Feb. 20, 
1867, to Sep., 1868 ; in garrison at the Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., to Mar., 
1869 ; and on frontier duty at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Mar. -Apr., 1869,— Ft. 
Eiley, Kan., to Sep., 1870, (leave of absence, Sep., 1870, to Mar. 7, 1871),— 
Ft. Stevens, Or., to Apr. 24, 1871,— and Sitka, Alas., to Jan. 21, 1873. 
Lost at Sea, Jan. 27, 1873, on Voyage from Sitka, Alaska, by 
Wreck of Steamer Geo. S. Wright : Aged 30. 



2014.... (Bom Pa.) JOHN" G. BUTLER (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 20 

For previous histoiy, see No. 2014, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Leavenworth 
Arsenal, Kan., June, 1867, to May 9, 1870,— at Ft. Monroe Arsenal, Va., 
May 9, 1870, to June 3, 1873,— at New York Ordnance Agency, June 3, 1873, 

(Captain, Ordnance, Ji'ne 23, 1874) 
to Apr. 20, 1876,— and at Watervleit Arsenal, N. Y., June 11, 1876, 
to ; as Member of Examining Board for transfer of Officers to Ordnance 

Corps, Sep. 17, to Nov. 19, 1874 ; and on leave of absence in Euroije, Feb. 16. 
to July 16, 1878. 

2015 (Born 111.) ROBERT CATLIN (Ap'd Wash.). .21 

For previous histoiy, see No. 2015, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Militarj' Academy as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Geography. History and Ethics, Oct. 10, 1865. to Aug. 31, 1867, 



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NuMBEB. 1863. Class Rank. 



iind Oct. 8, 1867, to Aug. 31, 1868,— iiiul Treasurer, Aug. 31, 1867. to Dec. 31, 
1870. 

Retired fbom Actfve Seevice, Dec. 15, 1870, foe Dis-^bility 

FBOM LOSS OF A LeG IN BaTTLE. 

Civil HHstory. — Degree of LL.B. conferred by University of Wisconsin, 
1871. Counsellor at Law in Wisconsin and Oregon, 1871-72. Commissarj' 
of Cadets of the Military Academy, AVest Point, N. Y., 1872-76. Contributor 
of "Relations of Rain to AVeather," in Journal of Medical Sciences, 1877; 
and Compiler, at Toronto Observatory, Canada, of some records on "Terres- 
trial Magnetism and Meteorology," 1877-78. 



2016 .(Born Ct.) CHARLES H. LESTER (Ap'd Ct.). 22 

For previous historj', see No. 2016, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Lapwai, Ida., Mar. 14, 
1867, to May 24, 1868,— and at Willow Grove, Ara., July 15, 1868. to Mar. 11, 
1869, (leave of absence to May 13, 1869). 

Resigned, IVIay 13, 1869. 

Civil History. — General Superintendent, Salem and South Danvers Rail- 
road, Mar., 1869-70. Stock Broker, New Yory City, 1870-73. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Newport Barracks, Ky., Aug. 6, 

(Second Lieut., 24th Infantey, Aug. 6, 1873) 

1873, to Mar. 17, 1874 ; on frontier duty, at Ft. Brown, Tex., Apr. 15, 1874, 

to Nov. 1, 1875,— Austin, Tex., to Aug. 1, 1876,— and Ft. Brown, Tex., 

and as Acting Assistant Adjutant General of the District of the Rio Grande, 

(Teansfeeeed, to 8th Cavaley, Oct. 31, 1876) 
to June 1, 1877 ; on leave of absence to Dec. 1, 1877 ; and on frontier dutv at 
Ft. Brown, Tex., Dec. 1, 1877, to 



2017. . . . (Born Mas.) KENELM ROBBINS (Ap'd Mas.) . . 23 

For previous history, see No. 2017, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

• Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Wilkins, Mich., Sej). 19, 
1867, to May 22, 1869 ; awaiting orders to Sep. 1, 1869 ; on reconstruction 
duty at Jackson and Loi;derdale, Mis., to Jan., 1870 ; and in arrest to 
Feb. 28, 1870. 

Died, Feb. 28, 1870, at J.\ckson, Mis. : Aged 31. 



2018 . . (Born N. J. ) . . .JAMES M. J. SANNO (Apd N. J.) . . 24 

For previous history, see No. 2018, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Adjutant of 7th Infantry, at regimental 
headquarters, Sep. 4, 1864, to May, 1869, and as Acting Assistant Adjutant 
General of the District of East Florida, Nov. 6, 1865, to Dec, 1866 ; as In- 

(Captain, 28th Inf.vntey, July 28, 1866 : Declined) 
spector of the Bureau of Freedmen, Refugees and Abandoned Lands, for 
the State of Florida, Sep. 7, 1867, to June, 18(i8 : on leave of absence June- 
Sejj., 1868 ; as Assistant Adjutant and Inspector-General of the District of 
Florida, Sep. 21, 1868, to Mar., 1869 ; on frontier dutv at Ft. Fred Steele. 
Wy., June-Sep., 1869 ; as Adjutant, 7th Infantry, Sep., 1869, to Oct. 11, 
1871, at Camp Douglas, Utah, to Apr., 1870, — Ft. Shaw, Mon., being Acting 
Assistant Adjutant-General of the District of Montana, June-Nov. 23, 1870, 



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— special duty in AVar Department, Jan. 21, to Mar. 31, 1871, — and as Act- 
ing Assistant Adjntant-General of the District of Montana, June-Oct., 1871; 

(Captain, 7th Infantry, May 15, 1871) 
on frontier duty at Ft. Shaw, Mon., June 8, 1871, to Nov. 8, 1874 ; on leave of 
absence, Nov. 8, 1874, to Oct. 30, 1875 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Shaw, Mon., 
Oct. 30, 1875, to July 1, 1878, except while on Yellowstone and Bij^ Horn 
Expedition, Mar. 17-Oct. (i, 1870, and the Nez Perces Expedition, July 
Aug. 24, 1877, being engaged in the action of Big Hole Pass, Mon., Aug. D- 10, 
1877,— and Camp on Marias Kiver, Mon., July 2(), to Aug. 18, 1878 ; in gar- 
rison at David's Island, N. Y., Oct. 7, to Nov. 9, 1878 ; and Acting Assistant 
Adjutant-General to the Siiperintendent of the General Recruiting Service 
at iSTew York City, Nov. 9, 1878, to 

2019. . . .(Born N. Y.) JAMES R. REID (Ap'd N. Y.). .25 

For previous historj^ see No. 2019, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History.— Wholesale Grocer, at Elmira, N. Y., 1866-70 ; and Machin- 
ist and Metal Foimder, since 1870. 



CLASS OF 1864. 



2020 . . (Born N. J. ) . GARRETT J. LYDECKER (Ap d N. Y. ) 1 

For previous history, see No. 2020, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer on Ft. Wayne, Mich., 
and Harbor Imi^rovements on Lakes Erie and Huron, Apr., 1867, to Nov., 
1868 (leave of absence, Jan.-Feb., 1868), — and on works in charge of Major 
Prime, Nov., 1868, to Apr., 1869 : as Superintending Engineer of the 
Defenses of New Orleans, Survey of Galveston Harbor, Tex., and Eighth 
Lighthoiise District, west of Pearl River, Apr.-July, 1869 (leave of absence, 
July-Ang., 1869) ; at the Military Academy, as Assistant Professor of En- 
gineering. Aug. 28, 1869, to Feb. io, 1871, and Princii^al Assistant Professor, 
Feb. 15, 1871, to Aug. 15, 1872 : as Chief Engineer on the Staff of the Com- 
manding General of the Division of the Pacific, Sep. 8, 1872, to Feb. 5, 
1874 ; as Assistant Engineer on the works in charge of Major Houston, 
Feb. 24, 1875, to May 3, 1877 (leave of absence, Oct. 9, to Nov. 9, 1875) ; as 
Chief Engineer of the Division of the Missouri, May 3, 1877, to July 16, 
1878 : as Superintending Engineer of Imjirovements of the Harbor of Michi- 
gan City, May 3, 1877, to June 30, 1878,— of New Bulialo Harbor, May 3, 
1877, to July 15, 1878,— of Chicago and Calumet Harbors, May 3, 1877, to 
,— and of Illinois River, Nov. 13, 1877, to ; and as 

Member of Board of Officers for the examination of candidates for appoint- 
ment of Second Lieutenants in the Army, Sep., 1873,— and of Board of 
Engineers on the Improvement of Chicago and Michigan City Harbors, 
July, 1878. 

2021. . . (Born Vt..). ARTHUR H. BURNHAM (Ap'd Mas). .2 

For previous history, see No. 2021, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : with Engineer Battalion, at Willet's Point, 
N. Y., Nov. 10, 1866, to July, 1870 : and as Assistant Engineer on Improve- 
ment of Des Moines and Rock Island Rapids of the Mississipiji River, July, 



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NuMBEK. 1864. Class Rank. 

1870, to Feb. 23, 1874, (leave of absence, Aug. 17, to Sep. 16, 1871, and sick 
leave, Nov. 17, 1873, to June 21, 1874),— and on the Defenses of Boston Har- 
bor, Feb. 23, 1874, to Sep. 12, 1877, (absent sick, June 16, 1875, to June 1, 
1876, and May 19, to Sep. 12, 1877). 

Died, Sep. 12, 1877, at Lowell, Mas. : Aged 35. 



2022. . . .(Born Mo.) AMOS STICKNEY (Ap'd N. Y). .3 

For previous history, see No. 2022, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Engineer Company, at Wil- 
let's Point, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1867, to Nov. 10, 1868 ; as Assistant Engineer of 
Improvement of the Upper Mississippi, Nov. 27, 1868, to July 18, 1869, — of 
substructure of Rock Island Bridge, July 18, 1869, to Sep. 19, 1872— and of 
Improvement of Des Moines Rapids, Sep. 19, 1872, to Nov. 16, 1877; as Superin- 
tending Engineer of the Improvement of the Des Moines Rapids, of the Mis- 
sissippi, Nov. 16, 1877, to , — and of Des Moines Rapids Canal, July, 
1878, to ; as Member of Board of Engineers on plan and location of 
Bridge across the Mississippi between Warsaw, 111., and Alexandria, Mo., 
Aug., 1873, — on Lock and Sluices of the Canal around Des Moines Rapids, 
May, 1875. ____^__ 

2023. . . .(Born D. C). . ..JAMES W. CUYLER (Ap'd at Large). ,4 

For previous history, see No. 2023, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the construction of 
Fortifications at Staten Island, N. Y., May 26, 1865, to Aug., 1867 ; in com- 
mand of Engineer Company at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., Aug., 1867, to Nov. 27, 
1868, (sick leave of absence, to May 1, 1868) ; as Assistant Engineer on 

the works in charge of Major Wheeler, Dec, 1868, to Dec, 1869 ; as Acting 
Secretary of the Board of Engineers for Fortifications, Dec. 10, 1869, to 
Jan. 7, 1870 ; in tempoi-ary charge of various Harbor Improvements on Lake 
Superior and the Western Coast of Lake Michigan, Feb. 21, to May 18, 1870 ; 
as Assistant Engineer on the works in charge of Major Houston, May 18, 
1870, to Mar. 3, 1874,— and of the works in charge of Lieut. -Colonel Gillmore, 
Mar. 11, to July 26, 1874 ; in command of Engineer Company at Willefs 
Point, N. Y., July 26, 1874, to Aug. 15, 1876, (sick leave of absence, July 3, 
1875, to Sep. 10, 1876 ; as Assistant Engineer on works in charge of Major 
Craighill, Nov. 21, 1876, to 

2024. .(Born Wis. ).. ALEXANDER MACKENZIE (Ap'd 111.). .5 

For previous history, see No. 2024, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the Imjjrovement 
of the Harbors of Lake Michigan, June 9, 1866, to Nov. 19, 1868 : in com- 
mand of Engineer Company at Willet's Point, N. Y., Nov. 19, 1868, to 
June 22, 1874 ; as Assistant Engineer of rejiairs of Louisville and Portland 
Canal, and Improvement of the Falls of the Ohio, at Louisville, Ky., June 27, 
1874, to Nov. 22, 1877, — on works under the supervision of Major Weitzel, 
Nov. 22, 1877, to . being in temporary charge, Apr. 30, to Oct. 1, 1878. 



2025. . . .(Born O.) OSWALD H. ERNST (Ap'd O.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 2025, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served ; as Assistant Engineer in the construction of 
Defenses of San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 1, 18(i5, to May, 1868 : in command of 



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Number. 1864. Class Bank. 

Engineer Company at Willet's Point, N. Y., June, 1«()H, to June 16, 1871, 
being detached Nov. 3, 1870, to Mar. 2, 1«71, as Astronomer of U. S. Com- 
mission, to observe in Spain the Solar Eclipse of Dec. 20, 1870 ; as Instruc- 
tor of Practical Military Engineering Military Signaling, and Telegraphy 
in the Military Academy, and commanding Engineer Company at West Point, 
N. Y., Aug. 1, 1H71, to Aug 28, 1878 ; and as Assistant Engineer on the works 
in charge of Colonel Simpson, Sep. 28, 1878, to 

Civil History. — Author of a '• Manual of Practical Military Engineering," 
1873 ; and of various articles on Militarv subjects in Johnson's Cyclopiedia, 
1874^76. 



2026. . . . (Born Turkey. ) . . DAVID P. HEAP (Ap'd Pa.) . . 7 

For previous history, see No. 2026, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei'\'ed : as Assistant Engineer in the Improvement 
of Harbors on Lake Michigan, Apr., 1867, to Feb. 19, 1870 ; as Chief Engineer 
of the Department of Dakota, Feb. 19, 1870, to Oct. 21, 1872, (on leave of 
absence in Europe, Dec. 15, 1870, to Apr. 22, 1871) ; as Assistant Engineer 
under the orders of Major Gillmore, at Charleston, S. C, Nov. 15, 1872, to 
Feb. 5, 1874, (sick leave of absence, Dec. 27, 1873, to Feb. 25, 1874),— under 
the orders of Major Abbot u^jon the Defenses of the Eastern Entrance to New 
York Harbor, Feb. 24, to July 8, 1874, — and under the orders of Major 
Warren, at Newport, R. I., July 10, 1874, to Mar. 31, 1875, and since May 15, 
1877 ; and in collecting, arranging, etc., articles, pertaining to the En- 
gineer Department, for the International Centennial Exposition, Mar. 31, 
1875, to May 14, 1877. 



2027 . . .(Born N. Y.) .WILLIAM LUDLOW (Ap'd N. Y.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 2027, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in command of Engineer Depot and Com- 
pany at Jefferson BaiTacks, Mo., in charge of disposition of Engineer Prop- 
erty in Missouri and Arkansas, Sep. 4, 1866, to Nov., 1867 ; as Assistant 
Engineer under the orders of Major Gillmore, Dec. 2, 1867, to Nov. 10, 
1872 ; as Chief Engineer of the Department of Dakota, Nov. 10, 1872, to 
May 9, 1876 ; as Assistant Engineer upon the works under the superin- 
tendence of Lieut.-Col. Kui-tz, May 20, 1876, to Oct. 29, 1877 (in charge till 
Dec. 11, 1877), and under Colonel Macomb since Dec. 11, 1877. 



2028 . . .(Born Mas.) .CHARLES B. PHILLIPS (Ap'd Mas.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 2028, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved : as Assistant Engineer on the Defenses of 
Hampton Roads, Va., Nov. 16, 1866, to May 8, 1869 ; as Engineer on the 
Staff' of the General commanding the Department of the Missouri, May 8, 
1869, to Dec. 14, 1870 ; and Assistant Engineer in Improvement of Rivers 
and Harbors in Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina, and of the Defenses 
of Baltimore, Md., aiid Potomac River, Dec. 17, 1870, to Mar. 26, 1878, and in 
charge. Mar. 26, to July 5, 1878 ; and as Superintending Engineer of the 
Improvement of the Elizabeth and Nansemond Rivers, and Norfolk Harbor, 
Va., July 11, 1878, to , — and of Surveys and Improvement of Rivers and 

Harbors in North Carolina, July 17, 1878, to 

Civil History. — Member of Advisory Board to State Harbor Commis- 
sioners of Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va., since July, 1875. 



322 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1864. Class Rank. 

2029. . . (Born Mo.). .WILLIAM A. JONES . , (Ap'd 111.). .10 

For previous history, see No. 2029, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the construction of 
Ft. Jefferson, Fla., Dec. 1, 1866, to Mar. 25, 1868,— under the orders of 
Lieut. -Colonel Blunt, at Oswego, N. Y., Mar. 25, to Dec. 28, 1868, and at 
Key West, Fla., to June 4, 1869, — and under the orders of Major Bowen, at 
Oswego, N. Y., June, 1869, to May 3, 1870 ; as Chief Engineer of the Depart- 
ment of the Platte, May 30, 1870, to June 30, 1874 ; as Assistant Engineer 
under the orders of Major Abbot, July 9, 1874, to Jan. 26, 1875 (temporarily 
under Lieut. -Col. Gillmore, Dec. 11, 1874, to Jan. 26, 1875); as Engineer of 
the Sixth Lighthouse District, since Feb. 24, 1875. 



2030. . . . (Born N. Y.). . .JOHN T. CANTWELL (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 11 

For previous history, see No. 2030, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
AcciDENTAiiLT KiLLED, ApK. 18, 1865, AT Ft. Tompkins, N. Y. : Aged 22. 



2031. . . .(Born Mas.).. ANDREW N. DAMRELL (Ap'd Mas.). .12 

For previous history, see No. 2031, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in command of Engineer Detachment at 
West Point, N. Y., and Assistant Instructor of Practical Military Engineering 
at the Military Academy, Sep. 27, 1867, to Sep. 8, 1868 ; on leave of absence, 
Sep. 8, to Oct. 26, 1868 ; as Assistant Engineer, on the works under the 
superintendence of Major Prime, Oct. 26, 1868, to May 15, 1869 (in charge, 
to Nov. 19, 1869),— under Major Reese, Nov. 19, 1869, to Sep. 23, 1870 (in 
charge, Sep. 23, to Dec. 5, 1870), — under Col. Simpson, Dec. 5, 1870, to 
Aug. 19, 1872 (special diity iinder Major Abbot, Aug. 29, to Oct. 17, 1872), 
and Oct. 17, 1872, to June' 23, 1873,— and under Lieut. -Colonel Raynolds, 
Jan. 23, to Apr. 8, 1873 ; and as Superintending Engineer of the Defenses, 
River and Harbor Improvements, Surveys, and Lighthouses on the Gulf 
of Mexico, east of Pearl River, since Apr. 8, 1873 (leave of absence, June 10, 
to Aug. 9, 1875). 

2032 . . . (Born Pa.). .C. DOUGLAS WATERMAN (Ap'd Pa.) . . 13 

For previous history, see No. 2032, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Sep. 28, 1864, at Boedentown, N. J. : Aged 22. 



2033. . ..(Born N. Y.). .VANDERBILT ALLEN (Ap'd N. Y.) 14 

For previoiis history, see No. 2033, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Civil History. — Unknown, 1865-70, and since 1872, no certain information 
having been received. Colonel of Engineers in the Egyptian Army, 
1870-72. 



2034 ... (Born NY.) CHARLES J. ALLEN (Ap'd N. Y. ) 15 

For previous history, see No. 2034, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the construction of 
Ft. Montgomery, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1865, to Aug., 1867, — on Improvement of 
Rock Island Rapids, Aug., 1867, to Jan., 1871, — on the works in charge of 



U. S. MILITAUY ACADEMY. 323 



NuMBEE. 1864. Glass Bank. 



Lieut. -Colonel RuYuokls, Jan., 1871, to Jan., 1H73,- and in rharge of Colonel 
Simpson, Jan., 1H73. to Jiily 10, 1878 ; as Member of Board of Enj^'ineei-s on 
Improvement of St. Louis "and Alton Harbors and the Banks of the Missis- 
sippi, Feb. 19, to Apr. 1.'!, 1872,— on use of Shear-booms on Mississippi 
Bridge piers. July 7. 1870, to Feb. 2. 1877, -and on Bridge over the Mis- 
souri River, near Glasgow, Mo.. Apr., 1878 : and as Superintending Engi- 
neer of the Improvement of the Mississippi above the Falls of St. Anthony. 
Minnesota, Chippewa, and Red River of the North, Duluth and Superior 
Harbors on Lake Superior, Meeker's Island Loek and Dam. and Mississippi 
Bridge at Ft. Snelling, July 15, 1878. to 



2035. . .(Born 111.) CULLEN BRYANT (Ap'd 111.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 2035, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at New York 
Arsenal. Aug. 9. 1865, to May 9. 1870, — at Leavenworth Arsenal, Kan., May 9, 
1870, to Mar. 7. 1872.— and Rock Island Ai-senal, 111., Mar. 7, to June '25, 
1872 ; as Chief Ordnance Officer, Department of the Platte, June 25, 1872, to 
Sep. 6, 1873 : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Watertown Ai-senal, Mas.. 

(Captain, Okdxaxce, June 23, 187-1) 
Sep. 6, 1873, to Nov. 8, 1875,— at Wateiwliet Arsenal, N. Y., Nov. 8. 1875. to 
June 9, 1876, — and to the Constructor of Cannon, June 9, 1876 to 



2036 .... (Born Vt. ) MARTIN L. POLAND (Ap'd Vt.) . . 17 

For previous history, see No. 2036, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served: as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Ft. Monroe, 
(First Lieut. , Ordnance, Dec. 15, 1867) 
Arsenal, Ya.. July 21. 1864. to Dec. 17, 1868.— at Rock Island .\i-senal. 111.. 
Dec. 22, 1868, to Aug. 5, 1871,— at Frankford Arsenal, Pa., Aug. 25, 1871, to 
Dec. 31, 1874 (temisorarily detached inspecting armament of fortifications on 
Atlantic Coast, Nov. 23, to Dec. 31, 1873, and mounting guns in Delaware 
forts, Jan. 5, to Feb. 20, and Feb. 27, to Ajn-. 24, 1874), — and at Watertown 
Ai-senal, Mas., Jan. 2, to Nov. 8. 1875 ; as Chief Ordnance Officer, Depart- 
ment of the Platte. Nov. 20, 1875, to May 20, 1876 ; as Assistant Ordnance 
Officer at Benicia Arsenal, Cal., May 31, 1876, to Aug., 1878 ; and Command- 
ing Ft. Yuma, Cal., Ordnance Depot, Aug. 15-20, 1878. 

Died. Afg. 20, 1878, at Ft. Yuma. Cal. : Aged 37. 



2037 ... (Born Mo. ) . . ALEXANDER S. CLARKE . . (Ap'd at Large) . . 18 
For previous history, see No. 2037, Yol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant In- 
structor of Cavalry Tactics, Sep. 23, 1865, to Aug. 28, 1869, and of infantry 
Tactics, May 1. 1869, to July 1, 1871 ; on leave of absence to Sep. 29, 1871 : 
(Unassigned, ]\Iay 27, 1869) 
(Assigned to 5th Cavalry, Dec. 15, 1870) 
on frontier duty at Ft. McPherson, Neb., to Oct. 29, 1871 ; jxnd on leave of 
absence to Mar. 1, 1872. 

Resigned, Mae. 1, 1872. 

Civil History. — Physician, since 1872. Residence, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



324 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1864. Class Rank, 



2038. (Born N. J.) E. VAN ARSDALE ANDRUSS . (Ap'd N. J.). .19 
For previous history, see No. 2038, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 
Military History.— Served : in garrison at Ft. Porter, N. Y., June, 1»66, 
(BvT. Captain Ape. 9, 1865, foe Gallant and Meeitoeious Seevices in 
THE Campaign teeminating with the Sueeendee of the Aemy of 

NOETHEEN ViEGINIA, AT APPOMATOX C. H. 

to Apr. 1, 1869, (leave of absence, Apr. 8, to Aug. 8, 1868),— Ft. Niagara, N. Y., 
to Oct. 1, 1869,— Ft. Riley, Kan., Oct. 10, 1869, to June, 1871,— Ft. Hamil- 
ton, N. Y., to Aug. 28, 1871,— Madison Barracks, N. Y., Sep. 1, 1871, to 
Nov. 1, 1872,— Ft. Barrancas, Fla., Nov. 26, 1872, to Sep. 17, 1874,— Jackson 
Barracks, La., Sep. 19, 1874, to Apr. 6, 1875,— Artillery School for Practice, 
Ft. Monroe, Va., May 1, 1875, to May 1, 1876,— Ft. Warren, Mas., May 20, to 
July 29, 1876,— Ft. Sill, I. T., Aug. 16, to Nov. 22, 1876,— Washington Ar- 
senal, D. C, Dec. 4, 1876, to Apr. 5, 1877,— Ft. Warren, Mas., Apr. 7, 1877, 
to July 1, 1878, except while engaged in suppressing Railroad Disturbances 
in Pennsylvania, July 23, to Oct. 24, 1877,— and Ft. Columbus, N. Y., 
July 2, 1878, to 



2039 ... (Born R. I.) WILLIAM ENNIS (Ap'd R. I..) . . 20 

For previous history, see No. 2039, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Aide-de-Camp to Bvt.-Major-General 
Schofield, Nov. 14, 1866, to June 1, 1868 ; on duty in the War Department 
to Mar., 1869 ; as Aide-de-Camp to Major-General Schotield, Mar 4, 1869, to 
Apr. 5, 1875 ; on leave of absence, Dec. 20, 1871, to May 24, 1872 ; in garrison 
at Ft. Monroe, Va., (Artillery School for Practice), May 1, 1875, to May 1, 
1876 ; on leave of absence, May 1, to July, 1876 ; in garrison at the Presidio 
of San Francisco, Cal., July 8, 1876, to 



2040. . . .(Born Pa.) JOHN ELLIOTT ,.(Apd Pa.). .21 

For previous history, see No. 2040, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Chief Mustering and Disbursing Officer 
for the States of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, May 1, 1866, to Sep., 1868, — 
and Commissarj' of Musters at Philadelphia, Pa., June 16, 1866, to Sep., 
1868 ; and on leave of absence to Dec. 15, 1870. 

Died, Apr. 18, 1871, at Dayton, 0. : Aged 29. 



2041 .... (Born N. Y). , MELVILLE R. LOUCKS (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 22 

For previous history, see No. 2041, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in garrison at San Francisco Harbor, Cal., 

Sep., 1865, to June 11, 1867 ; on leave of absence to Dec. 11, 1867 ; and in 

garrison at Camp Steele, San Juan Island, Wash., to Sep., 1868, — Ft. Wran- 

gell, Alas., to July 14, 1870, — and at San Francisco, Cal., to Dec. 10, 1870. 

Honoeably Musteeed out of Seevice, Dec. 10, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

Died, 1876, in Minnesota. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 325 



Number. 1864. Class Rank. 

2042... (Bom N. Y.).. ISAAC W. MACLAY (Ap'd N. Y.)..23 

For previous history, see No. 2042, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiaates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer in Springfield 
Armory, Mas., Sep. 20, 1865, to Oct. 20, 1868 ; as Chief Ordnance Officer, 

(Ferst Lieut., Ordnance, Nov. 13, 1868) 
Department of the Platte, Nov. 30, 1868, to Oct, 1, 1869, (leave of absence, 
June-July, 1868) ; as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Watervleit Arsenal, N. Y., 
to Oct. 16', 1873,— and at Rock Island Arsenal, 111., to Nov. 15, 1873 ; and as 
Member of Board to appraise the value of Rome, Fayetteville, and Champlain 
Arsenals, Apr. 29, to May 15, 1873. 

Resigned, Nov. 15, 1873. 

Civil History.— Civil Engineer and City Surveyor, New York, since 1873. 



2043 (Born Ky.) REZIN G. H0W:ELL (Ap'd Ky.). .24 

For previous history, see No. 2043, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military HUstory. — Served : on frontier duty, at Cape Disappointment, 

Wash., Oct., 1865, to Nov., 1868; in gai-rison at the Presidio of San Francisco, 
Cal., Nov. 16, 1868, to Mar., 1869,— and Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., to Sep., 
1870 ; on leave of absence, Sep. 28, 1870, to Mar. 28, 1871 ; in garrison, at 
the Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., to Nov., 1872 ; Raleigh, N. C, to Sep., 
1874,— Marion, N. C, to May, 1875,— Ft. Monroe, Va. (Artillery School for 
Practice), to May, 1876,— Ft. Foote, Md., to Nov. 22, 1877, except while 
engaged in suppressing Railroad Disturbances in Pennsylvania, July-Oct., 
1877 ; as Professor of Militarv Science in the University of Kentucky, 
Nov. 27, 1877, to 



2044. . . (Bom Me.) "WHiLIAM P. VOSE (Ap'd Me.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 2044, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at San Jose, Cal., Apr., 1866, to 
Oct., 1870, — Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., to Apr., 1871, — and Camp 
Tulare, Cal., to July 6, 1871 ; on leave of absence, to Jan. 7, 1872 ; in garri- 
son at Point San Jose, Cal., to Nov., 1872, —Charlotte, N. C, to Sep., 1873,— 
Charleston, S. C, to Oct., 1874,— and Ft. McHenry, Md., to Oct. 1, 1876 ; 
and as Professor of Military Science, at Mississippi Military Institute, Aber- 
deen, Mis., Nov. 2, 1876, to 



2045. . . (Born O.). ...EDWARD D. WHEELER (Ap'd 0.). .26 

For previous history, see No. 2045, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Sei-sed : in garrison at Ft. Schuyler, N. Y., .Jan. 31, 
1867, to Sep., 1870, except while in arrest and undergoing sentence of Court 
Martial, Jan. 19, to June, 1869,— Ft. Hamilton, N. Y, Sep. 29, 1870, to Nov., 
1872,— Charleston, S. C, to Apr. 11, 1874,— and Ft. Monroe, Va., (Artillery 
School for Practice), May 1, 1874, to May 1, 1875 ; on sick leave of absence 
to Oct. 15, 1875 ; on dutv in Inspector-General's Office, Washington, D. C, 
to May 27, 1876 ; in garrison at Ft. Preble, Me., June 25, 1876, to May 6, 1877, 
—Edgefield, S. C, Tallahassee, Fla., and Columbia, S. C, Oct. 19, 1876, 
to Feb. 3, 1877,— and Ft. Adams, R. I., May 7, to July, 1877 : in suppressing 
Railroad Disturbances in Pennsylvania, July-Oct., 1877; and in arrest Aug. 18, 



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NxTMBEB. 1864-65. Class Bank, 



to Nov., 1877 : in garrison at Ft. Warren, Mas., to Dec. 20, 1877 ; absent 
without leave, Dec. 20, 1877, to Feb. 21, 1878 ; and in arrest at Ft. Hamil- 
ton, N. Y.. Feb. 21, 1878, to July 2, 1878. 

Wholly Retebed fkom Service, July fi. 1878. 



2046. . (Born O.) SAMUEL H. KINNEY (Ap'd Utah.). .27 

For iDrevious history, see No. 2046, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

MUitary History. —Served : in garrison at San Francisco Harbor. Cal., 
Dec, 1865, to Sep., 1867,— New Archangel, Alas., Oet.-Dec, 1867.— and Sitka, 
Alas., to Dec. 3, 1868. 

Died, Dec. 3, 1868. xt Sitk.\, Alask.\ : Aged 25. 



CLASS OF 186 5. 

2047 . .(Born Ct.). .CHARLES W. RAYMOND (Ap'd N. Y.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 2047, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Recorder of the Board of Engineers for 
the Pacific Coast, Dec. 28, 1866, to Mar. 3, 1869 ; as Assistant Engineer of the 
Defenses at Lime Point, San Francisco Harbor, Cal., Apr. 24, to July 7, 1868. 
and Nov. 5, 1868, to Mar. 3, 1869,— and of repairs and reconstruction of Ft. 
Stevens, Or., July 7, to Nov. 5, 1868 ; on special duty on the Stall' of the 
Commanding General of the Division of the Pacific, Mar. 3, 1869, to Jan. 7. 
1870, being engaged in command of the Exploration of the Yukon River in 
Alaska, Apr. 6, to Nov. 6, 1869 ; as Secretary of the Board of Engineers for 
Fortifications, and Harbor and River Obstructions required tor the Defense 
of the Territory of the United States, Jan. 7, 1870, to June 16, 1871 ; in 
command of Engineer Company at Willet's Point, N. Y., June 16, 1871, to 
Aug. 23, 1872 ; at the Military Academy, as Principal Assistant Professor of 
Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Aug. 28, 1872, to Feb. 27, 1874, and 
Aug. 31, 1875, to July 1, 1878 ; in command of the U. S. Expedition to 
Northern Tasmania, to observe the Transit of Venus, Mar. 3, 1874, to Aug. 27. 
1875 : and Instructor of Practical Military Engineering, Military Signaling 
and Telegrai)hy, at the Military Academy, "since Aug. 28, 1878. 

Civil History.— Degree of Ph.D. conferred by Lafayette College. Pa., 
1875. Author of various mathematical pajjers (ui subjects connected with 
Terrestial Magnetism, 1871-78. 



2048. . . .(Born Pa.) LEWIS C. OVERMAN (Apd at Large). .2 

For previous history, see No. 2048, Vol. U, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : with Engineer Battalion, at Willet's Point, 
N. Y., Oct. 5, 18()5, to Nov. 8, 1867 ; as Assistant Engineer of the Improve- 
ment of Des Moines Rapids of Mississippi River, Nov. 26, 1867, to July 26, 
1869 ; as Chief I^ngineer on the Stafi' of the Commander of the Fifth Military 
District and Department of Texas, Sep. (i, 1869, to June 20, 1871 (leave of 
absence. Mar. 20, to June 17, 1871) ; as Assistant Engineer of the Improve- 
ment of the Tennessee River, July 1, 1871. to Oct. 9, 1873 (leave of absence, 
May 1, to A.ug. 31, 1872), — and of Improvement of the t'umberland River, 
Oct. 10, 1873, to (leave of absence, Oct. 24, to Nov. 25, 1877). 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 327 



Number. 1865. Class Eanx. 

2049. . . . (Bom D. C). . . A. MACOMB MILLER (Ap'd at Large). .3 

For ijrevious history, see No. 2049, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on Engineer Recrinting Service, Dec. 14, 
1866, to Jiine, 1869 ; as Acting Secretary of the Board of Engineers for Forti- 
fications, Nov., 1867, to Nov. 10, 1868 ; as Assistant Engineer on the works 
in charge of Lieut.-Col. Newton, Nov. 10, 1868, to Apr. 1, 1870,— and of 

(Captain, Coeps op Engineeks, Feb. 22, 1869) 
Improvement of Lake Superior and Michigan Harbors, Apr. 1, 1870, to Aug., 
1872 ; as Principal Assistant Professor of Engineering, at the Militarj' Acad- 
emy, Aug. 29, 1872, to Aug. 30, 1876 ; in command of Engineer Company, at 
Willet's Point, N. Y., Aug. 31, 1876, to 



2050. . . (Born Mas.) MICAH R. BROWN (Ap'd Mas.). .4 

For previous history, see No. 2050, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Engineer of the Department of the Mis- 
souri, Mar. 16, 1867, to 1868 ; as Assistant Engineer on the works in 
charge of Major McAlister to -June 30, 1868 ; on temporary duty with 
Battalion of Engineers at Willet's Point, N. Y., July-Aug., 1868, and Sep.- 
Nov., 1869 ; at the Military Academy as Assistant Professor of Natural and 

(Captain, Cokps of Engineers, Ape. 23, 1869) 
Experimental Philosophy, Aug. 31, 1868, to Aug. 28, 1869 ; at Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., with Engineer Company, Nov. 19, 1869, to Nov. 5, 1870, and in 
command of Post and Depot to Apr., 1871 (surveying Treaty Reservation of 
Creek and Seminole Indians, July 2, to Aug. 15, 1870) ; as Assistant Engi- 
neer on the works in charge of Lieut. -Colonel Kurtz, Apr. 10, 1871, to 
Oct. 28, 1875 (leave of absence, July 12, to Aug. 11, 1872, and Mar. 26, to 
Aprr 25, 1874), — and under orders of Major Comstock, at South Pass of Mis- 
sissippi River, Dec. 10, 1875, to May 28, 1877 (leave of absence Sep. 28, to 
Oct. 29, 1875) ; in superintending the progress of the Improvement of the 
Channels at the mouth of the Mississippi, May 28, 1877, to June 30, 1878, 
and Aug. 13, 1878, to 



2051... (Born Pa.) MILTON B. ADAMS (Ap'd O.).. 5 

For previous history, see No. 2051, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Aug. 31, 1866, to July 17. 

1868 ; as Assistant Engineer under the orders of Major McAlister, Oct. 26, 
to Dec, 1868,— of Major Prime, Dec, 1868, to Apr. 20, 1869,— of Captain 
Lydecker, Apr. 20, to June, 1869, — and of Captain Howell, June, to July 3, 

1869 ; as Chief Engineer of the Department of the Platte, July 14, 1869, to 
Mar., 1870 ; as Assistant Engineer under the orders of Major Weitzel, Mar., 
1870, to May 25, 1871,— and of Major McFarland, May 25, to June 8, 1871 ; 

(Captain, Corps of Engineees, June 6, 1870) 
on leave of absence and absent sick, June 10, to Oct. 7, 1871 ; at Willet's 
Point with Battalion of Engineers, Oct. 7, 1871, to Aug. 14, 1872 ; as Assistant 
Engineer, under the orders of Major Weitzel, Sep. 4, 1872, to July 3, 1874, 
—of Lieut. -Colonel Blunt, and Major McFarland, July 15, 1874, to Nov. 29, 
1878, (leave of absence, Nov. 24, to Dec. 29, 1874, and Dec. 23, 1875, to 
Jan. 23, 1876). 



328 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBBB. 1865. Class Rank. 



2052. . . . (Born Mas.) . WILLIAM R. LIVERMORE (Ap'd Mas.) . . 6 

For previous history, see No. 2052, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the construction of 
Ft. Taylor, Key West, Fla., Nov. 8, 1866, to July 24, 1868,— and of the 
Defenses of Baltimore, Md., Aug. -Nov., 1868 ; on leave of absence in Europe, 
Nov. 18, 1868, to May 29, 1869 ; as Assistant Engineer under the orders of 
Colonel Simpson, May 29, to Sep. 17, 1869, — and on the Geodetic Survey of 

(Captain, Corps or Engineers, Jan. 22, 1870) 
the Northern Lakes, Sep. 24, 1869, to May 26, 1874 ; at Willet's Point, N. Y., 
in command of Engineer Company, June 9, 1874, to July 5, 1878, (special 
service at Baltimore, Md., July-Aug., 1877) ; and as Chief Engineer of the 
Department of Texas, July 10," 1878, to 



2053. . . . (Born N. Y.) . . . DAVID W. PAYNE (Ap'd N. Y.) . . 7 

For previous history, see No. 2053, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the Improvement 
of the Mouth of the Mississippi River, Sep. 10, 1866, to Aug., 1869 ; and at 
the Military Academy, as Assistant Professor of Engineering, Aug. 29, to 
Oct. 1, 1869. 

Resigned, Oct. 1, 1869. 
Civil History. — Steam Engine Manufacturer, at Corning, N. Y., since 1869. 



2054. . . .(Born Mo.). . . .WILLIAM H. HEUER (Ap'd Mo.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 2054, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer on Surveys in Cali- 
fornia, Jan. 27, 1866, to Apr. 17, 1871 (leave of absence. May 17, to June 16, 
1869) ; at Willet's Point, N. Y., with Engineer Battalion, Apr. 27, 1871, to 
June 4, 1872, being Adjutant and Treasurer, June 16, 1871, to June 4, 1872 ; 

(Captain, Corps of Engineers, Sep. 22, 1870) 
as Assistant Engineer on the operations for the removal of Hallett's Point, 
N. Y., June 15, 1872, to July 28, 1876 (temporarily on duty with Major 
McFarland, m connection with Isthmus Canal Route, Feb. 16, to June 20, 
1874 : on Engineer Recruiting Service, Apr. 15, 1873, to Aug. 25, 1874) ; at 
Willet's Point, N. Y., in command of Engineer Company, July 31, to 
Nov. 30, 1876 (Assistant Engineer on Siirvey of Union and Central Pacific 
Railways, Sep. 3, to Nov. 20, 1876) ; as Superintending Engineer of Fts. 
Jefferson and Taylor, Fla., Dee. 16, 1876, to ,— of Seventh 

Lighthouse District, Dec, 1876, to ; and as Recorder of various 

Boards of Engineers, 1874-76. 

2055. . . (Born N. Y.) .WILLIAM S. STANTON (Ap'd N. Y.). .9 

For previous history, see No. 2055, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant Engineer on the Defenses of 
New Orleans, La., Dec. 6, 1865, to Julv 28, 1868,— on Survey of Galveston 
Harbor, Tex., May 15, 1867, to May 29, 1868,— in Eighth Lighthouse Dis- 
trict, Dec, 1867, to Jan. 30, 1868. — on Improvement of the Pass a'Outre, 
Mouth of the Mississippi, June, 1868,— and on the Defenses of Boston Harbor, 
Mas., Aug. 7, 1868, to Dec. 18, 1869, (leave of absence, Nov. 5, to Dec 5, 
1869) ; with Engineer Battalion at Willet's Point, N. Y., Dec. 18. 1869, to 
(Captain, Corps of Engineer.s, Feb. 14, 1871) 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 329 



Number. 1865. Class Bane. 

Mae. 5, 1871, (leave of absence. Dec. 22, 1870, to Jan. 21, 1871) ; on sick 
leave of absence. Mar. 5, 1871, to Feb. 19, 1872 ; as Assistant Engineer on 
the Harbor Improvements of Massachusetts, Feb. 19, 1872, to June 11, 1874, 
(leave of absence Feb. 14, to Mar. 16, 1871^ and Mar. 13, to Apr. 12, 1874),— 
and examination of the upper Penobscot River, Me., Ang., 1873; as Chief 
Engineer of the Department of the Platte, June 20, 1K74, to , making 

various reconuoissances, and serving with several expeditions against hostile 
Indians, being engaged in the Action of Rosebud Creek, Mon., June 17, 
187f), (leave of absence Sep. 12, to Oct. 27, 187(>, and Sep. 2, to Nov. 17, 1878). 



2056. . . . (Born Pa.) WILLIAM H. CHASE (Ap'd Pa.) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 2056, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : with Engineer Battalion at Willet's Point, 
N. Y., June 27, 1866, to June, 1868, being Battalion Quartermaster, Nov. 6, 
1866, to June, 1868 ; and as Assistant Engineer under the orders of Major 
Warren, Jiane, 1868, to Mar., 1870, — of the Pacific Board of Engineers for 
Fortifications, Mar., 1870, to Mar. 22, 1871,— and of Lieut. -Colonel Kurtz, 
May 5, to June 21, 1871. 

Died, June 21, 1871, at Geemantown, Pa. : Aged 27. 



2057 .... (Born Pa. ) . . .THOMAS H. HANDBURY (Ap'd Pa. ) . . 11 

For previous history, see No. 2057, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer in the construction of 

the Defenses of Fort Point, San Francisco, Harbor, Cal., Jan. 10, 1867, to 

June 1868, — and in making Military Surveys for Defense of San Francisco, 

Cal., June, 1868, to Jan., 1871 ; as Recorder' of the Board of Engineers for 

(Captain, Coeps of Engineees, Sep. 5, 1871) 
Pacific Coast, Jan., 1871, to Aug. 22, 1872 ; at the Military Academy as Assis- 
tant Professor of Engineering, Sep. 2, 1872, to Aug. 30, 1876 ; at "Willefs 
Point, N. Y., in command of Engineer Company, Sep. 1, 1876, to July 15, 
1878 (special duty at Baltimore, Md., July 17, to Aug. 17, 1877) ; and as 
Assistant Engineer under the orders of Major Suter, July 18, 1878, to 



2058. . . .(Born Pa.). . REUBEN W. PETRIKIN. . .(Ap'd at Large). .12 

For previous history, see No. 2058, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History — Served : on frontier duty at Omaha, Neb., Oct., 1867 ; 
on leave of absence to Jan. 20, 1868 ; as Chief Engineer of the Department 
of the Platte, to Dec. 15, 1868 ; and on leave of absence to Feb. 15, 1869. 
Resigned, Feb. 15, 1869. 

Civil History. — Lumbering, Mining and Engineering, since 1869. Resi- 
dence, Lockhaven, Pa. 

2059. . . (Born N. Y.) JAMES C. POST (Apd N. Y.) .13 

For previous history, see No. 2059, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy, as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics, Aug. 31, 1867, to Sep. 1, 1871 ; at Willet's Point, N. Y., 
with Engineer Battalion, Sep. 8, 1871, to June 11, 1874, being Adjutant 
(Captain, Coeps of Engineek.s, Oct. 10, 1871) 



330 GKADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1865. Class Bank. 



and Treasurer, June 15, to Sejj. 13, 1872 ; as Assistant Engineer, under the 
orders of Lieut. -Col. Gillmore, June 11, 1874, to (temporary duty 

at Centennial Exhibition, Sep. 29, to Dec. 15, 1876). 



2060. . . . (Born 0.) JOHN K. HEZLEP (Ap'd Min.). . 14 

For previous history, see No. 2060, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 13, 1867, at Ft. Moegan, Ala. : Aged 24. 



2061. . . .(Born Md.) A. NISBET LEE (Ap'd at Large). .15 

For previous history, see No. 2061, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : with Engineer Battalion at Willet's Point, 
N. Y., July 7, 1866, to Nov. 10, 1868, being its Adjutant, Oct. 3, 1866, to 
Nov. 10, 1868 ; as Assistant Engineer on the Defenses of the east side of 
the Narrows entrance to New York Harbor, and of the removal of the Hell 
Gate Obstructions, East River, N. Y.. Nov. 10, 1868, to Feb. 7, 1870,— on the 
Geodetic Survey of the Northern Lakes, May 1, 1870, to Feb. 23, 1874,— on 

(Captain, Corps or Engineees, July 11, 1871) 
Harbor and River Improvements in Michigan, and on Ship Canal through 
St. Clair's Flats, Feb. 23, 1874, to Sep. 6, 1877,— on Louisville and Portland 
Canal, Sep. 7, , except April 30, to Oct. 1, 1878, while under the 

orders of Captain Mackenzie. 



2062. . .(Born N. Y.). JAMES F. GREGORY (Ap'd N. Y.). .16 

For j)revious history, see No. 2062, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant Engineer on the Geodetic Sur- 
vey of the Northern Lakes, July 1, 1866, to Nov. 19, 1869 ; at Yerba Buena 
Island, Cal., with Engineer Company, Dec, 1869, to Mar. 31, 1871 ; as Assis- 
tant Engineer under the orders of Major McFarland, Apr., 1871, to June 7, 
1872,— on Boundary Survey along 49th parallel, June 7, 1872, to July 3, 
1876 (on leave of absence July, to Aug. 28, 1876),— and on Survey of Union 

(Captain, Coeps of Engineees, June 13, 1874) 
and Central Pacific Railways, Aug. 31, to Nov. 25, 1876 ; as Chief Engineer 
of the Department of Texas, Dec. 11, 1876, to June 12, 1878 (protecting site 
of Ft. Brown, Tex., Jan. 2, 1877, to June 12, 1878) ; in command of Engi- 
neer Company at Willet's Point, N. Y., June 24, to Dec. 25, 1878 : and as 
Chief Engineer of the Division of the Missouri, Dec. 28, 1878, to 



2063. . . (Born Mich.). ,. ALFRED E. BATES (Ap'd Mich.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 2063, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Adjutant, 2d Cavalry, May 1, 1867, to 
Jan. 26, 1869; on frontier duty at Ft. McPherson, Neb.', and 'Scouting, to 

(Captain, 2d Cavaley, Jan. 26, 1869) 
Aug., 1869 ; at the Military Academy, as Assistant Instructor of Cavalry 
Tactics, Aug. 28, 1869, to Sep. 7, 1873, (Member of Board for Compiling 
Cavalry Tactics, Oct., 1872, to June, 1873) ; on leave of absence, Sep. 1, 1873, 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 331 



Number. 1865. Class Rank. 



to Mar. 15, 1874; ; oii frontier duty at Cauip Brown, Wy., to Mar. 28, 1875, 
excei^t while on Big Horn Expedition, Aug. 18, to Oct. 4, 1874, being en- 

(Majok Staff — Paymaster, Mar. 3, 1875) 
gaged in a Fight with northern Arrapahoes, July 4, 1874 ; as Paymaster at 
headquarters of the Department of Texas, May 8,' 1875, to 



2064 . . . (Born France) . . HENRY B. LEDYARD ( Ap'd at Large) . . 18 

For previous history, see No. 2064, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Riley, Kan., May 22, 
to July, 1867,— and Ft. Harker, Kan., July-Nov., 1867;' at the Military 
Academy, as Assistant Professor of French, Nov. 1, 1867, to June 18, 1868 ; 
on leave of absence to Sep., 1868 ; in gaiTison at Ft. McHenrv, Md., to 
May 22, 1870 ; on leave of absence, May 22, to Oct. 18, 1870. 

Honorably Disch.\rctEd, at his o^vN Request, Oct. 18, 1870. 

Civil History. — Assistant Superintendent of Chicago, Burlington and 
Quincy Railroad, 1872-74. Assistant General Superintendent of Michigan 
Central Railroad, Oct. 15, 1874, — General Superintendent, Mar., 1876, — and 
General Manager since Jime, 1877. Residence, Detroit. Mich. 



2065 . . (Born Me.).. . .THOMAS M. TOLMAN (Ap'd Me.). .19 

For previous history, see No. 2065, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Sherman, Tex., May, 
1866. to Sep.. 1867,— Butfalo Springs, Tex., to Mar., 1868,— Ft. Richardson, 

(Captaix, 6th Cav.\lry, Nov. 18, 1867) 
Tex., to Aug., 1868, — Sulphur Springs, Tex., to Apr., 1869, — and Jeffei-son, 
Tex., to Dec, 1869 : siispended from rank and command, and confined to 
the limits of Ft. Richardson. Tex., to Nov. 5, 1870 : on frontier diity at 
Ft. Richardson, Tex., to Feb. 21, 1871,— Ft. Gratiot, Mich., Mar. 21. 1871, 

(Transferred to 1st Inf.vntry, Jan. 1, 1871) 
to June 20, 1874,— Ft. Sullv, Dak., June 29, 1874, to Oct. 28, 1876 ; on leave 
of absence, Oct. 28, 1876, to Feb. 25, 1877 : on frontier duty at Ft. Sully, 
Dak.. Feb. 25, to Apr. 24, 1877,— Scouting, Apr. 24, to Dec. 2. 1877,— 
Ft. Sullv. Dak.. Dec. 2, 1877. to 



2066. . . .(Born Wis.) JOHN P. STORY (Ap'd Wis.). 20 

For previous history, see No. 2066, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, Aug. 15, 1866, to 

Apr., 1868 : in office of Chief Signal Officer at Washington, D. C, Apr., 1868, 

and Signal Instructor at Ft. Columbus, N. Y., to Aiig., 1868 : awaiting ordei-s 

Aug., 1868 ; in office of Chief Signal Officer, Sep. 9, 1868, to Aug. 6. 1869 : 

(Unas-signed, Apr. 14, 1869) 

(Assigned to 12th Infantry, July 14, 1869 — Revoked, Jan. 5, 1870) 

at the Military Academy, as Assistant Professor of Mathematics Aug. 20. 

1869, to Jan. 7," 1871,— of Geography, History and Ethics, to Aug. 31, 1871,— 

as Principal Assistant Professor of Mathematics to Aug. 31, 1874, — and 

Acting Signal Officer, Aug. 28, 1869, to Aug. 30, 1874 ; in garrison at the 

(AssiGN*ED^To 2d Artilleey, Dec. 15, 1870) 

(Transferred to 4th Artillery, Jan. 1, 1871) 



332 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1865. Class Rank. 

Presidio of San Francisco, Cal, Oct. 12, 1874, to Mar. 31, 1876,— Ft. Monroe, 
Va. (Artillery School for Practice), May 1, to Aug. 4, 1876 ; in Signal Office 
at Washington, D. C, Aug. 5, 1876, to 



2067. , . .(Born O) ORMSBY M. MITCHEL. . ..(Ap'd at Large). .21 

For previous history, see No. 2067, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Aide-de-Camp to Brevet Major-General 
Canby, Apr. 12, 1867, to July 3, 1868,— at Headquarters, Department of 

(Tkansfeeeed to 4th Aetilleey, Aug. 19, 1867) 
Washington, to Aug. 30, 1867,— and Second Military District, to July 3, 
1868 ; in garrison, at Ft. Delaware, Del., to Feb., 1869,— Ft. Wayne, Mich., 
to Feb., 1870,— It. Johnston, N. C, to Oct., 1870 (leave of absence, June 15, 
to July 31, 1870),— Ft. Washington, Md., to Feb., 1871,— and Ft. Whipple, 
Va., on Signal duty, to June 17, 1871 ; and on leave of absence, to Nov. 30, 
1871. 

Resigned, Nov. 30, 1871. 

Civil History.— Counsellor at Law, Detroit, Mich., 18—. 

Died, May 27, 1875, at Paris, France : Aged 32. 



2068. . . .(Born Pa.) DAVID R. PORTER (Ap'd Pa.). .22 

For previous history, see No. 2068, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Nov. 28, 1866, at Brownsville, Tex. : Aged 25. 



2069. . . .(Bom 0.) J. HARRISON HALL (Ap'd at Large). .23 

For previous history, see No. 2069, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Adjutant of 1st Cavalry, Sep. 7, 1866, to 
; on leave of absence, Aug. 26, 1867, to July 15, 1868 ; on fron- 
tier duty, at Ft. Vancouver, Wash., to Dec, 1869 ; and on leave of absence, 
to Mar. 1, 1870. 

Resigned, Mar. 1, 1870. 

Civil History. — Paper Manufacturer, 1870-78. Assistant Secretary of 
Dayton, O., Fire Insurance Company, since 1878. 



2070. . . .(Born O.). . . APPLETON D. PALMER (Ap'd 0.) .24 

For previous history, see No. 2070, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History, — Served : on frontier dutv at Ft. Sedgwick, Col., 
Feb. 19, to July, 1867,— at Pole Creek, Col., and oii Escort duty to Sep., 1867, 
—Camp Sargent, Neb., to Nov., 1867,— Ft. D. A. Russell, Dak., to May, 1868, 
(leave of absence to Nov. 17, 1868)— Ft. Fred Steele, Dak., to Jan., 1869,— 

(Captain, 30th Infantry, Oct. 29, 1868) 
Ft. Sanders, Wy., to Mar., 1869,— Ft. D. A. Russell, Wy., to Sep., 1869,— 

(Unassigned, Mar. 23, 1869) 
Moquis Village, Ara., and Ft. Wingate, N. M. and as Indian Agent, to Jan. 1, 
1871,— and at Ft. Union, N. M., to Mar., 1871 ; on leave of absence, to Mar., 

!, (Assigned to 4th Artillery, Jan. 1, 1871) 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 338 



Number. 1865. Class Rank. 



1871 ; and in garrison at Ft. Macon, N. C, to Oct 23, 1871 ; on leave of ali- 
sence, to Jan. 20, 1872 ; in garrison at Ft. Macon, N. C, Mar. 3, to Oct. 29, 

1872 ; and on leave of absence to Apr. 29, 1873. 

Resigned, Apr. 29, 1873. 
Civil History.— Coimsellor at Law, New York City, sint-e 1875. 

2071. . . .(Born D. C). .JAMES L. SHERMAN (Ap'd Ala.). .25 

For previous history, see No. 2071, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served: as Quartermaster 1st Artillery, Dec. 28, 186f), to 
Jan. 31, 1869 : in garrison at Ft. Hamilton, N. Y., to Feb. 3, 1869 ; on leave 
of absence, Feb. 3, to Se]x 23, 1869 ; in garrison at Ft. Niagara, N. Y., Oct. 2, 
1869, to Oct. 30, 1872,— Ft. Barrancas, Fla., to Nov. 29, 1873,— Charleston, 
S. C, Dec. 4, 1873, to Oct. 1, 1875,— St. Augiistine, Fla., Oct. 7, to Dec. 2, 
1875,— Ft. Adams, R. L, Dec. 9, 1875, to Oct., 1876,— Columbia, Summerville 
and Charleston, S. C, Oct. 19, 1876. to Feb. 3, 1877,— Washington Arsenal, 
D. C, Feb. 5, to Apr. 5, 1877,— Ft. Adams, R. L, Apr. 7, 1877, to Mar. 1, 
1878, except while engaged in suppressing Railroad Distiirbances in 
Pennsylvania, July 23, to Oct. 24, 1877 ; on leave of absence. Mar. 1, to 
May 1, 1878 ; in garrison at Ft. Monroe, Va., (Artillery School for Practice), 
May 1, 1878, to 

2072 .... (Born N. J. ) . WILLIAM A. RAPFERTY . . (Ap'd at Large) . . 26 
For previous historj% see No. 2072, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on frontier duty at Aiistin, Tex., Oct., 1866, 
to Aug. 24, 1868 ; as Adjutant, 6th Cavalry, Dec. 12, 1866, to Aug. 24, 1868 ; 

(Captain, 6th Cavalry, May 14, 1868) 
on frontier duty at Ft. Richardson, Tex., Sep. 10, 1868, to Mar., 1869,— 
Canton, Tex., to July, 1869,— Tyler, Tex., to May, 1870,— Jefferson, Tex., to 
Aug., 1870, — Ft. Richardson, Tex., to Mar., 1871, — Scouting in Kansas and 
Indian Territory, to Oct., 1871,— and Ft. Lyon, Col, Oct. 23, 1871, to Aug. 3, 

1873 ; at the Military Academj' as Assistant Instructor of Cavalry Tactics, 
Sep. 1, 1873, to Nov. 20, 1874 ; on frontier duty near Camp Supply. I. T., 
and Scouting, Dec. 28, 1874, to Jan., 1875,— Cheyenne Agency, I. T.. Jan. 10, 
to May 13, 1875 ; in arrest and undergoing sentence of Court Martial, June 15, 
to Dec. 15, 1875, — Camp Grant, Ara., to Feb. 17. 1877, — Camp in Huachuca 
Mountains and Scouting, Feb., 1877, to Oct. 15, 1878, (leave of absence, 
June 24, 1877, to Jan. 23, 1878),— and Camp Lowell, Ara., Oct. 18, 1878, to 



2073. . . .(Born Ind.) CYRUS M. ALLEN (Ap'd at Large). .27 

For previous history, see No. 2073, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Sei-ved : on frontier duty at Ft. McPherson, Neb., 
Mar. 8, to Apr. 17, 1867,— and Ft. Laramie, Dak., to Dec. 28, 1867 ; and on 
leave of absence, to July 5, 1868. 

Resigned, July 5, 1878. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2074 . . .(Born Pa.) ALBERT G. FORSE (Ap'd O.). .28 

For previous history, see No. 2074, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served ; on frontier duty at Ft. Walla Walla, Wash., 
Feb. -June, 1867,— Scouting to Oct., 1867,— Ft. Boise, I. T., as Acting Assis- 



334 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1865. Class Rank. 



tant Adjutant-General of the District of Owyhee, Oct. 17, 1867, to May, 
1868, — Ft. Vancoiiver, Wash., as Depot Quartermaster to Apr., 1870, — and 
Camp Warner, Or., May-Oct., 1870 ; in garrison at Benicia Barracks, Cal., to 
July, 1871 ; on Moiinted Recruiting Service, July 27, 1871. to June, 1873 ; on 
frontier duty at Camp McDermit. Nev., June 6, 1873, to May, 1875,— Ft. 
Lapwai, Ida., to Nov., 1875,— Ft. Walla Walla, Wash., Nov., 1875, to May 13. 
1878,— Ft. Lapwai, Ida., June 4, to July 2, 1878,— Scouting to Sep., 1878— 
and Camp Harnej', Or., Sep. 21, to Oct. 29, 1878 : and on leave of absence. 
Oct. 29, 1878, to 



2075 . ..(Born Pa.) "WILLIAM H. McLAUGHLIN (Apd Pa.). .29 

For previous history, see No. 2075, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, Aug. 15. 1866, to 
Dec, 1867 ; on frontier duty at Brownsville, Tex., Feb., 1868, to Jime, 1869,— 
Ft. Brown, Tex., to Jan., "^ 1870,— and Ft. Mcintosh, Tex., to Jan. 31, 1871 : 

(Unassigned, May 19. 1869) 
on leave of absence, to July 30, 1871 ; in garrison at Chester, S. C, to Jan., 

(Assigned to 18th Ineantey, Jan. 1, 1871) 
1873,— Columbia, S. C, to Aug. 28, 1876,— Blackville and Allendale, S. C, 
and Tallahassee, Fla., Aiig. 28, to Dec. 10, 187(5, — and Cokimbia, S. C, to 
July 24, 1877 ; in suppressing Railroad Disturbances, in West Virginia and 
Pennslyvania, July 26, to Oc^. 31, 1877 ; in garrison at Newport Barracks, 
Ky., Nov. 1, 1877, to July 2, 1878,— and Atlanta, Ga.. July 3, 1878, to 
(leave of absence, Oct. 30, to Dec. 5, 1878.) 



2076 . (Born O.) CLINTON J. POWERS (Apd O.). 30 

For previous history, see No. 2076, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Camp Verde, Tex., 
Apr. 24, 1867, to June 24, 1868 (leave of absence, to Nov. 25, 1869),— Austin. 

(Captain, 4th Cavaley, June 10, 1870) 
Tex., to Aug., 1870,— Ringgold Barracks, Tex., May, 1871,— Ft. Richardson, 
Tex., to Aug., 1871,— Indian Expedition, to Oct. 6^ 1871,— and Ft. Richard- 
son, Tex., to Jan. 25, 1872 ; and on leave of absence, to Apr. 21, 1872. 
Died, Apr. 21, 1872, at Pittsburg, Pa. : Aged 28. 



2077 . . .(Born Pa.) . . SENECA H. NORTON (Apd Va.). .31 

For previous histoiy, see No. 2077, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty, at Ft. Laramie, Wy., Nov., 
1866, to May, 1868 (leave of absence. Nov. 24, "1867, to Feb. 12, 1868).— and 
Ft. D. A. Russell, Dak., to Nov. 12, 1868 ; on Mounted Recruiting Service, 
to May 10, 1869 ; on leave of absence, and joining regiment, to July 10. 
1869 : on frontier duty, at Ft. Ellis, Mon., to July 21, 1874 (leave of absence, 

(Captain, 2d C.waley, Oct. 2(>, 1869) 
Sep. 4, 1871, to Jan. 20, 1872) ; and in arrest, and on leave of absence, to 
Dec. 15, 1873. 

Resigned, Dec. 15, 1873. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 3;i5 



Number. 1865. Class Rank. 

2078 . (Born Ct.) CHARLES M. REID (Ap'd Ct). 32 

For previous history, see No. 2078, Vol. II, of Register of Gradnates. 
Died, Dec. 8, 1865, \t Augusta, Ga. : Aged 21. 



2079 ... (Born D. C.) . . .EDWARD H. TOTTEN . (Ap'd at Large) . . 33 
For previous history, see No. 2079, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History.—Served : as Adjutant 34th Infantry, Feb. 10, 1867, to 
Feb. 14, 1868 ; in garrison at Grenada, Mis., May, 1867, to Mar., 1868,— and 
Holly Springs, Mis., and Atlanta, Ga., Mar.-Apr., 18(58 ; in Ofiice of Chief 
Signal Officer, at Washington, D. C, Mav 15, to Nov., 1868 ; in garrison at 
Ft. Greble, D. C, to Jan., 1869 ; in Office of Chief Signal Officer, Jan., 1869, 
and Acting Chief Signal Officer of the Department of Dakota, to A\ig. 15, 

(Unassigned, Ape. 14, 1869) 
1870 : at the Military Academy as Principal Assistant Professor of Drawing, 

(Assigned to 13th Infantry, July 14, 1869) 
Aug. 29, 1870, to Aug. 30, 1874 : as Regimental Quartermaster at Charles- 

(Transferrd to 1st Artilleey, Jan. 2, 1871) 
ton, S. C, Sep. 1. 1874. to Mar. 1, 1875, and Adjutant, Mar. 1, 1875, to 
July 30, 1877, at Charleston, S. C, to Dec. 8, 1875, and Ft. Adams, R. I., to 
July 30, 1877 ; and in command of battery at Ft. Adams, R. I., July 30, 
1877, to June 14, 1878. 

Accidentally Kjxled by a R.ulkoad Train, June 14, 1878, at 
Cold Spring, N. Y. : Aged 33. 



2080. . . (Born Del.). . . .GEORGE H. BURTON (Ap'd Del.). .34 

For previous history, see No. 2080, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military HistoiT- — Served : in garrison at Petersburg, Va., June, 1866, to 
June, 1868 ; as Adjutant of 21st Infantry, Dec. 9, 1866, to June 2, 1868, 
and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General of the District of Petersburg, Va., 
Jan., 1867, to June 2, 1868 ; as Aide-de-Camp to General Stoneman, at 
Richmond, Va., June 9, 1868, to Apr., 1869 ; as Adjutant of 21st Infantrj', 
Apr. 5, 1869, to Aug. 16, 1871, at Omaha, Neb., Apr., 1869, Presidio, San 
Francisco, Cal., to Aug., 1869, and at Drum Barracks, Cal., to Dec, 1871, 

(Captain, 21st Infantry, Aug. 16, 1871) 
(leave of absence, Nov. 26, 1870, to Feb. 2, 1871) ; on frontier duty at Colorado 
River Reservation and Camp Colorado, Ara., Jan.-June, 1872, — Ft. Whipple, 
Ara., to Aug. 2, 1872,— Ft. Vancouver, Wash., Sep. 13, 1872, to Oct. 8, 1874,— 
Ft. Townsend, Wash., Oct. 11, 1874, to June 19, 1877,— Nez Perces Ex- 
pedition, June 19, to Nov. 14, 1877,— Ft. Townsend, Wash., Nov. 14. 1877, to 
June 11, 1878,— and in the field, June 11, to Aug. 2, 1878 ; on leave of 
absence and joining regiment to Dec. 1, 1878 ; and in garrison a Columbus 
Barracks, O., Dec. 1, 1878, to 

2081. . . (Born N. J.) . . GEORGE T. OLMSTED (Ap'd N. J.). .35 

For previous history, see No. 2081, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served: on sick leave of absence, Aug. 20, to Nov. 15, 

(Captain, 19th Intantky, Nov. 18, 1867) 

1867 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Smith, Ark., to Apr. 24, 1869,— Boggs Depot, 

(Unassigned, Mar. 31, 1869) 



336 GKADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEK. 1865. Class Bank. 

I. T., as Indian Agent, to Dec. 4, 1870 ; on leave of absence and joining regi- 

(Teansfeeked to 2d Aktllleey, Jan. 1, 1871) 
ment to Mar. 8, 1871; in garrison at Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., to Jnne 19, 
1871,— Yerba Buena Island, Cal., to Oct. 24, 1871, Presidio, Cal., to June, 
1872,— Sitka, Alas., to Dec, 1872,— and Ft. McHenry, Md., to Jan. 29, 1874 ; 
and in arrest to July 24, 1874. 

Dismissed, Jxily 24, 1874 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 

Military History. — Served : awaiting orders, July 24, 1876, to Jan. 10, 
(Captain, U. S. Aemy, July 24, 1876, by Act of July 24, 1876) 
1878 ; as Professor of Military Science at Texas Agricultural College, Jan. 10, 
1878, to 

2082 . . .(Born Pa.) EDWIN MAUCK (Ap'd Pa.). .36 

For previous history, see No. 2082, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Waco, Tex., Aug. 20, 
1866, to May, 1867,— Austin, Tex., May 22, to Aug., 1867,— Buffalo Springs, 
Tex., to Nov. 19, 1867 (leave of absence to Apr. 12, 1868),— and Ft. Eichardson, 
Tex., to Nov. 23, 1868 ; on Mounted Recruiting Service, at Carlisle Barracks, 
Pa., Dec. 25, 1868, to June 13, 1869 ; on leave of absence and joining com- 

(Captain, 6th Cavalry, Sep. 10, 1869) 
pany to Aug., 1869 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Richardson, Tex., to Jan., 1870, — 
Nacogdoches, Tex., to Feb. 25, 1870,— and Ft. Richardson, Tex., to Jan. 1, 
1871, (leave of absence, Feb. 25, to July 16, 1870). 

HONOEABLY MuSTEEED OUT OF SeEVICE, JaN. 1, 1871. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Residence, Crisfield, Md. 

2083 ... (Born O. ) . FREDERICK W. BAILEY . (Ap'd at Large) . . 37 
For previous history, see No. 2083, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Indianola, Tex., to May, 
(Captain, 35th Infantey, Oct. 7, 1867) 
1869 ; in arrest to July 30, 1869 ; and awaiting orders to Sep. 1, 1869. 
Dismissed, Sep. 1, 1869. 
Re-appointed, Jan. 24, 1870, with previous rank on the unassigned list, 
and awaiting orders to Nov. 19, 1870, when he was 

HoNOEABLY DlSCHABGED, AT HIS OWN REQUEST, NoV. 19, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2084 (Born Pa. ) . . THOMAS L. BRENT, Jr (Ap'd at Large) . . 38 

For previous history, see No. 2084, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Quartermaster, 18th Infantry, Feb. 25, 

1867, to Aug. 18, 1868 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Fetterman, Dak., Nov. 4, 1867, 

to May, 1868,— Ft. D. A. Russell, Dak., Mav-June, 1868,- Ft. Sedgwick, 

Dak., July Sep., 1868,— and Ft. D. A. Russell," Dak., to Apr., 1869 ; at head- 

(Captain, 18th Infantry, July 11, 1868) 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 337 



Number. 1865. Class Rank, 



quarters, Department of the South, May 3. to June 5, 18()9 ; on general 

(Unassigned, Ape. 26, 18()!)) 
Recruiting Service, Ji;ne, 1869, to Feb. 13, 1871 ; on frontier duty at Camp 

(Assigned to 3d Cavalry, Jan. 1, 1871) 
Hualpia, Ara., Apr. 16, to Nov. 6, 1871 ; on leave of absence to Mar. 11, 1872 ; 
on frontier duty at Ft. D. A. Russell, Dak., to June 10, 1873 ; and on sick 
leave of absence to May 17, 1876. 

Retired from Active Service, May 17, 187(), for Disability 
cont:racted in the Line of Dctcy. 
Civil History. — Manufacturer of Columbus, O.. since 1876. 



2085 . (Born Md. ) . CHARLES H. BRBCKENRIDGE . (Ap'd at Large) 39 
For previous history, see No. 2085, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Died, Aug. 27, 1867, at Ft. Morgan, Ala. : Aged 23. 



2086 ... (Born 111. ) . . JAMES M. MARSHALL (Ap'd at Large) 40 

For previous history, see No. 2086, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Rice, Dak., June, 

1866, to June 11, 1867; as Quartermaster, 31st Infantry, Dec. 28, 1866, to Mar., 

1867, and Adjutant, Mar., 1867, to May, 1869 ; on leave of absence, June 11, 
to Aug. 21, 1867 : on frontier duty at Ft. Stevenson, Dak., to Apr., 1869, — 
Ft. Sully, Dak., May, 1869,— and *Ft. Randall, Dak., June 26, to Aug., 1869 ; 

(Transferred to 22d Intantry, May 15, 1869) 
at the Military Academy, as Assistant Instructor of Infantry Tactics, Oct. 1, 
1869, to Feb. 2, 1871,— and Treasurer, Dec. 31, 1870, to Sep. 20, 1872, and 

(Transferred to 4th Artillery, Dec. 15, 1870) 
Sep. 8, 1873, to June 28, 1875— and Quartermaster, Aug. 28, 1872, to July 1, 

(Captain Staff — A.ssistant Quartermaster, Apr. 24, 1875) 
1875 ; and as Quartermaster at West Las Animas, Col., Aug. 14, 1875, to 
Feb. 29, 1876,— of Post and Depot at Dodge City, Min., Mar. 20, to Apr. 30, 
1876,— of Post of Ft. Ellis, Mon., and District of Montana, May 31, 1876, to 
Sep. 1, 1877,— and of Post of Baltimore, Md., Oct. 15, 1877, to 



2087 .... (Bom N. Y. ) . WILLIAM S. STARRING (Ap'd 111. ) . . 41 

For i^revious history, see No. 2087, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Adjutant, 36th Infantry, Mar. 1, 1867, to 
Aug. 23, 1869, — and Acting Assistant-Adjutant General of the Rocky Moun- 
tain District, June-Dec, 1868, at regimental headquarters. Ft. Sanders, Dak., 
to June, 1869, and Camp Douglas, Utah, to Aug. 23, 1869 ; at the Military 

(Transferred to 7th Infantry, May 19, 1869) 
Academy as Assistant Instructor of Infantry Tactics, Sep. 6, 1869, to July 5, 
1872,— and of Cavalry Tactics, Oct. 24, 1871. to July 5, 1872 ; on leave of 
absence, July 3, to Sep. 1, 1872 ; in garrison, at Ft. Stevens, Or., Sep., 1872, 

(Transferred to 2d Artillery, Jan. 1, 1871) 
—Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., Oct., 1872,— Ft. Johnston, N. C, Nov. 17, 
1872, to Sep. 28, 1874,— and Ft. McHenry, Md., Oct. 16, to Nov. 8, 1874 ; as 

(Transferred to Ordnance, Nov. 1, 1874) 
Assistant Ordnance Oflacer, at Rock Island Arsenal, 111., Nov. 14, 1874. to 



338 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1865. Class Eank. 

July 19, 1876 (temporarily commanding Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind., Apr. 16, 
to July 10, 1875) ; as Chief of Ordnance, Department of the Platte, Jiily 20, 
to Nov. 9, 1876 ; as Assistant to the Constructor of Ordnance, and in general 
charge of Exjierimental Duties, at Sandy Hook, N. J., Proving Grounds, 
Nov. 20, 1876, to 

2088. . . .(Born Pa.) WILLIAM KRAUSE (Ap'd at Large). ,42 

For previous history, see No. 2088, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on sick leave of absence, Aug. 26, 1866, to 
Aug., 1867 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Sumner, N. M., July, 1867, to Nov., 1869, 
—Ft. Dodge, Kan., to Oct., 1871,— Ft. Wallace, Kan., to Apr., 1872,— and 

(Transfeeked to 3d Intantrt, Aug. 11, 1869) 
Ft. Dodge, Kan., to Jan., 1873 ; in garrison at Newport Barracks, Kj'., Jan. 24, 
1873, to Mar. 25, 1874,— Ft. Columbus, N. Y., Mar. 30, to Nov. 2, 1874,— 
Jackson Barracks, La., Dec. 8, 1874, to May, 1877, — Mobile Barracks, Ala., 
June, 1877, — Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind., Scranton, Pa., and Corrinne, Utah, 
to Oct., 1877 ; and on frontier duty at Helena, Mon., Nov. 7, 1877, to May 22. 
1878, -Camp on Marias River, Mon., July 26, to Sep. 15, 1878,— and Ft. Ben- 
ton, Mon., Sep. 16, 1878, to 

2089 .... (Born Pa.) CHARLES P. SMITH (Ap'd Pa.) . . 43 

For i^revious history, see No. 2089, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History — Served : on frontier duty at San Antonio, Tex., Nov., 
1866, to Nov. 27, 1867 ; on leave of absence, Nov. 27, 1867, to Feb. 19, 1868 ; 

(Captain, 35th Intantey, Jan. 30, 1869) 
on frontier duty at San Antonio, Tex., to June 5, 1869, — San Antonio 
Arsenal to Nov. 24, 1869,— and San Antonio, Tex., to Dec. 1, 1870. 
Honoeably Discharged, at his own Request, Dec. 1, 1870. 
Civil History. — Civil Engineer, San Antonio, Texas. 



2090 . . .(Born N. Y.). .TARED L. RATHBONE. . . .(Ap'd at Large). .44 
For previous history, see No. 2090, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Aide-de-Camp to Bvt. Major-General Scho- 
field, Aug. 16, 1866, to June 28, 1872, at headquarters, Department of the 
Potomac and First Military District to June, 1868,— at War Department to 

(Teansfeeeed to 1st Aetilleey, Mae. 5, 1869) 
Mar. 5, 1869, — and headquarters. Division of the Pacific, to June 28, 1872 
(leave of absence. Mar., to Aug. 31, 1871.) 

Resigned, June 28, 1872. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2091. . . .(Born Pa.) THOMAS J. LLOYD (Ap'd Pa.). .45 

For previous history, see No. 2091, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Rice, Dak., July, 

1866, to June, 1867 ; as Adjutant, 13th Infantry, July 10, 1866, to June 1, 

1868, at regimental headqiiarters Camp Cook, Min., to Aug., 1867, and at 

Ft. Shaw, Mon., to June 1, 1868 ; on leave of absen.ce to Oct., 1868 ; on 

(Captain, 13th Infantry, Dec. 3, 1868) 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 339 



Number. 1865. Class Bank, 

general Recruiting Service, Oct. 23, 18(38, to J\me 21, 18C9 ; awaiting orders 

(ITN.\.ssiaNED, June 11, 18G9) 
to Mar. 25, 1870 ; as Professor of Military Science and Tactics at Penn. 
Military Academy to Mar., 1871 ; in garrison at Atlanta, Ga., to May, 1871,— 

(Assigned to 18th Infantry, Jan. 1, 1871) 
and Sumter, S. C, to Dec. 4, 1872 ; on leave of absence to Feb. 4, 1873 ; and 
in garrison at Sumter, S. C, to Aug., 1873,— Columbia, S. C, to July, 1877, 
being detached to Aiken and Abbeville, S. C, July-Dec, 1876, ^and 
Atlanta, Ga., July, 1877, to 

2092. . . .(Born Ind.) FRANCIS H. ROSS (Ap'd Ind.). .46 

For previous history, see No. 2092, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison, at Corinth, Mis., Mar. 23, to 
May 16, 1867 (leave of absence, to Aug. 5, 1867), —Pittsburg Landing, Ten., to 
Jan., 1868, — and Memphis, Ten., to Aug., 1868; on Signal Duty, in Chief 

(Captain, 25th Infantry, Nov. 21, 1868) 
Signal Office, to Jan. 14, 1869, — at headquarters, Department of the Cum- 
berland, to Apr. 16, 1870,— and Ft. AVhipple, Va., to Aug. 8, 1870 ; and 
awaiting orders, to Nov. 1, 1870. 

Honorably Discharged, at his own Request, Nov. 1, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Residence. Chicago, 111. 

2093. . . .(Born Me.) EDWARD HUNTER (Ap'd Me.). .47 

For previous history, see No. 2093, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Quartermaster, 12th Infantry, Aug. 11, 
1866, to Feb. 28, 1869 ; as Aide-de-Camp to General Getty, at Santa Fe, 
N. M., May 1, 1867, to Apr. 6, 1869 ; in garrison, at Angel Island, Cal., 

(Transferred to 1st Cavalry, Feb. 19, 1870) 
May 6, 1869, to May, 1870 ; as Adjutant, 12th Infantry, Oct. 31, 1869, to 
Feb., 1870 : on frontier duty, at Camp Warner, Or., June 7, to Oct., 
1870 ; as Quai-termaster, 1st Cavalry, Sep. 19, 1870, to May 1, 1873 ; and 
in garrison at Benicia, Cal., Nov. 12, 1874, to Oct. 25, 1875, — Camp Hal- 
leck, Nev., to Feb., 1876,— Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 19, 1876, 
to Nov. 12, 1877 (on Nez Perces Expedition, June 22, to Oct. 25, 1877), 
—and Ft. Walla Walla, Wash, Nov. 26, 1877, to (in the field, 

June 7, to Sep. 22, 1878). 

2094. . . . (Born Vt). . .WILLIAM A. GARLAND (Ap'd N. H.). .48 

For previous history, see No. 2094, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Died, Dec. 1, 1865, at Augusta, Ga. : Aged 22. 



2095. . . .(BornN. Y.). ALEXANDER W. HOFFMAN. . (Ap'd Dak.). .49 

For previous history, see No. 2095, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Snelling, Min., May, 1866, 
to Dec, 1868 ; on leave of absence Dec, 1868, to June 17, 1869; on frontier 
duty at Ft. Brown, Tex , to July 7, 1870,— and Point Isabel, Tex., to Jan. 9, 
1871 ; on Recruiting Service, to Mar. 24, 1873 ; on leave of absence to May, 



340 GRADUATES OF THE 

Number. 1865. Class Eank. 

1873 ; on frontier duty at Austin, Tex., to Mar. 2, 1874 ; and in arrest and 
undergoing sentence of Court Martial to Nov. 13, 1874. 
Eesigned, Nov. 13, 1874, 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2096 . .(Born N. Y.) EDGAR C. BOWEN (Ap'd Wis.). .50 

For previous history, see No. 2096, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Sedgwick, Col., Feb.- 
June, 1867,— Scouting to Nov., 1867,— Ft. D. A. Russell, Dak., to July, 1868, 
—Ft. Fred Steele, Wy., to Nov. 11, 1868,— and Adjutant, 12th Infantry, 

(Captain, 30th Inpantky, Feb. 22, 1869) 
Sep. 1, to Nov. 10, 1868 ; on general Recruiting Service, Nov., 1868, to 

(Unassigned, Mae. 23, 1869) 
Jan. 20, 1871, (leave of absence, Feb.-Aug., 1870) ; on frontier duty at Jef- 

(AssiGNED TO 11th Intantky, Jan. 1, 1871) 
ferson, Tex., Feb. 10, to Jime, 187L— andFt. Richardson, Tex., to Feb. 9, 
1875, (leave of absence, Aiig. 18, to Dec. 18, 1873, and on Expedition in the 
Indian Territory, Aug. 14, to Dec. 14, 1874) ; on leave of absence, Feb. 9, to 
May 11, 1875 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Sill, I. T., to Feb., 1876,— Ft. Brown, 
Tex., Aug., 1876,— and Cheyenne Agency, Dak., Sep. 4, to Nov. 5, 1876 ; on 
leave of absence, Nov. 5, 1876, to May 11, 1877 ; on frontier duty at Chey- 
enne Agency, Dak., May 11, 1877, to Oct. 27, 1878 ; and on sick leave of 
absence, Oct. 27, 1878, to 



2097. , . (Born Pa.) CHARLES KELLER (Ap'd Pa.). .51 

For previous history, see No. 2097, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Commissarj' duty at Savannah, Ga., 
Aug.-Nov., 1867 ; in garrison at Ft. Pulaski, Ga., to Apr. 4, 1868 ; on leave 
of absence to July 12, 1868 ; in garrison at Savannah, Ga., to Sep., 1868, — 

(Teansfeeeed to 2d Ineantey, Ape. 17, 1869) 
Atlanta, Ga., to Apr., 1869, — Hiintsville, Ala., to Nov., 1869, — Charleston and 
Corinth, Mis., to Feb., 1870,— Summerville, Ga., to Aug., 1870,— and Hunts- 
ville, Ala., to Feb. 1, 1871 ; on General Recruiting Service, to Feb. 1, 1873 : 
in garrison at Spartanburg, S. C, Mar. 3, to June, 1873, — Atlanta, Ga., to 
Sep. 1, 1873,— Mt. Vernon Barracks, Ala., Sep. 4, to Dec, 1873,— Atlanta, Ga., 
to July, 1874, — Mt. Vernon Barracks, Ala., to Sep., 1874, — Quartermaster, 

(Captain, 2d Infantey, Ji-ly 20, 1875) 
2d Infantry, Aug. 30, 1873, to July 20, 1875,— Atlanta, Ga., Edgefield, S. C, 
Tallahassee, Fla., and Columbia, S. C, Sep., 1875, to Feb., 1877,— Atlanta, 
Ga., to July, 1877, — and Lewiston, Ga., July, 1877 ; and on frontier duty at 
Ft. Lapwai, Ida., July, 1877, to Apr. 2, 1878, — and CamiJ Ccjei;r d' Al(5ne, Ida., 
Apr. 16, 1878, to 



2098. (Born Pa.). .BENJAMIN D. CRITCHLOW (Ap'd Pa.) .52 

For previous history, see No. 2098, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 
Military History. — Sei-ved : on frontier duty at Ft. Siilly, Dak., June, 1866, 
(Teansfeeeed to 22d Ini^antey, Sep. 21, 1866) 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 341 



Number. 1865. Class Rank. 

to Apr., 1868, (leave of absence, Aug. 31, to Nov. 2:{, 18G7,)— and Ft. Rice, 
Dak., to June 5, 1869. 

Resigned, June 5, 1869. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2099 .... (Born Me) . . . MALCOLM Mc ARTHUR (Ap'd Me. ) . . 53 

For previous history, see No. 2099, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on frontier duty at Houston, Tex., Nov., 1866, 
to May, 1867,— Aiistin, Tex., to Dec, 1867,— Houston, Tex., to Apr., 1868,— 

(Captain, 17th Intantey, Sep. 18, 1867) 
and Ft. Griffin, Tex., to Mar., 1869 ; in garrison at Richmond Va., to Mar., 
1870,— and Raleigh, N. C, Mar., 1870 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Sullj', Dak., 
Apr., 1870,— Cheyenne Agency, Dak., May, 1870, to June, 1872,— Ft. Rice, 
Dak., July 8, 1872, to Oct., 1873, except while on Yellowstone Expedition, 
July 26, to Oct. 6, 1872,— Ft. Wadsworth, Dak., Oct. 14, 1873, to Mar. 21, 
1876, (leave of absence, Nov. 3, 1873, to Apr. 4, 1874),— Ft. Abercrombie, 
Dak., Mar. 27, to Apr. 20, 1876,— Ft. Lincoln, Dak., Apr. 22, to May 17, 1876, 
— Sioux Expedition, to Oct. 7, 1876, — Camp on Glendive Creek, Mon., to 
Dec. 2, 1876,— and Ft. Sisseton, Dak., Dec. 28, 1876, to July 8, 1877 ; on leave 
of absence, to Oct. 13, 1877 ; and on frontier duty at Standing Rock Agency, 
Dak., Oct., 1877, to Jan. 8, 1878, (sick leave of absence to July 8, 1878),— and 
Ft. Totten, Dak., Julv 8. 1878, to 



2100. . . .(Born Mas.) JOHN E. HOSMER (Ap'd Mas.). .54 

For previous history, see No. 2100, Vol. II. of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Acting Adjutant-General of the District of 
Georgia, Jan. 24, 1867, to Aug., 1868 : m Chief Signal Office, Washington, 
D. C, to Jan. 20, 1869; at the Military Academy, as Assistant Instructor of 
Infantry Tactics, Feb. 7, to July 27, 1869,— and of Practical Military Engineer- 
ing and Signaling, Feb. 1, to July 27, 1869 ; awaiting orders to Oct. 7, 1869 ; 

(Teansfekeed to 13th Intantey, Jan. 7, 1870) 
in Chief Signal Office, Washington, D. C, to Apr. 1870; and on frontier 
duty at Ft. Benton, Mon., to Jiine, 1870, — and Camp Douglas, Utah, to 
July 13, 1870. 

Died, July 13, 1870, at Camp Douglas, Utah : Aged 29. 



2101. . . .(Born Pa.) SAMUEL M. MILLS (Ap'd Pa). .55 

For previous history', see No. 2101, Vol. H, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Adjutant, 28th Infantry, Nov. 30, 1866, to 
Apr. 12, 1869, and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General of the Sub-District of 
Arkansas, Apr. 1, 1867, to Apr. 12, 1869, and of the Bureau of Freedmen, 
Refugees, and Abandoned Lands, of same District, to Apr. 30, 1869 (leave 
of absence, July 27, to Oct. 4, 1867) ; as Adjutant of 19th Infantry, Apr. 12, 

(Teansfeeeed to 19th Infantey, Mae. 31, 1869) 
1869, to May 14, 1870, at Little Rock, Ark. ; in garrison, at Ft. Trumbull, Ct., 

(Teansfeeeed to Sth Aetilleey, May 10, 1870) 
June 27, 1870, to Sep. 29, 1871,— and Ft. Adams, R. L, Oct. 1, 1871, to 
May 25, 1872 ; on leave of absence, to Aug. 1, 1872 ; at the Military Acad- 



342 GRADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1865. Class Rank. 

emy, as Assistant Instructor of Infantry Tactics, Aug. 1, 1872, to Sep. 2, 
1873,— of Cavalry Tactics, Aug. 8, 1872, to Sep. 6, 1876,— of Artillery 
Tactics, Sep. 2, 1873, to Sep. 5, 1876,— and Treasurer, June 28, 1875, to 

2102. . . . (Born Mo.). . . "WILLIAM D. O'TOOLE (Ap'd Mo.). .56 

For previous history, see No. 2102, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : on frontier duty, at Ft. Rice, Dak., June, 

1866, to May, 1867 ; as Judge Advocate of the Department of Dakota, May, 

1867, to Oct., 1868 ; on Signal Duty, in Chief Signal Office, Washington, 
D. C, to Feb. 11, 1869 ; on leave of absence, and awaiting orders, to Nov. 5, 
1869 ; as Professor of Military Science, at Missouri State University, to 

(Unassigned, Nov. 29, 1869) 
Nov. 29, 1869 ; and awaiting orders, to July 15, 1870. 

HONOEABLY DiSCHAEGED, AT HIS OWN REQUEST, JuLY 15, 1870. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2103 ... (Born N. Y. ) . . . CHARLES E. MOORE (Ap'd at Large) , . 57 

For previous history, see No. 2103, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison, at Macon, Ga., May 13, to Nov., 
1867, — Savannah, Ga., to May 21, 1868 (leave of absence and sick to Oct. 5, 
1868),— Atlanta, Ga., to July 11, 1869,— Tuscaloosa, Ala., to Dec, 1870,— 

(Teansferbed to 2d Infantey, Ape. 17, 1869) 
Montgomery, Ala., to Aug., 1871, — and Atlanta, Ga., to Jan., 1872 ; and in 
arrest to Mar. 18, 1872. 

Cashiered, Mar. 18, 1872. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



210* .... (Born Wis. ) JOSEPH K. HYER (Ap'd Wis. ) . . 58 

For previous history, see No. 2104, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Philip Kearnv, Dak., 
Jan.-July, 1867,— Ft. Reno, Dak., to June, 1868,— and Ft. D. A. Russell, 
Dak., to Apr., 1869; in garrison at Atlanta, Ga., to Oct., 1870. — Charleston, 
S. C, to Apr., 1871,— Columbia, S. C, to Aug., 1872,— Laurensville, S. C, to 

(Captain, 18th Infantry, May 4, 1874) 
Jan., 1873,— Columbia, S. C, to May 19, 1874,— and Yorkville, S. C, June 13. 
1874, to June 5, 1876 ; on leave of absence to Nov. 5, 1876 ; in garrison at 
Columbia, S. C, to July 24, 1877,— Jefferson ville, July 26, to Nov. 3, 1877,— 
and Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 4, 1877, to Apr. 17, 1878; and on sick leave of ab- 
sence to Oct. 17, 1878, and since sick at Atlanta, Ga. 



2105. .(Born D. C). .GEORGE G. GREENOUGH. . (Ap'd N. Y.). .59 
For previous history, see No. 2105, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Fredericksburg, Va., Dec, 

1866, to Aug. 21, 1868 ; at the Militarv Academy, as Assistant Professor of 

French, Aug. 31, 1868, to Feb. 21, 1870, and Principal Assistant Professor to 

(Unassigned, Apr. 19, 1869) 

(Assigned to 4th Artit^lery, Dec 15, 1870) 



U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY. 343 



Number. 1865. Class Rank, 

Jan. 17, 1873 ; in garrison at Point San Jose, Gal., Mar. 7, to Oct., 1873, ex- 
cept while on Modoc Expedition, Apr. 18, to July (J, 1873,— Presidio, San 
Francisco, Cal., Oct., 1873, to Apr., 187(5,— and Alcatraz Island, Cal., Apr. 6, 
to Aug. 26, 1876 ; on frontier duty at Camp Eobinson, Neb., Sep. 25, 1876, 
to Jan., 1877, except while engaged on Powder Eiver Expedition, Nov., to 
Dec. 29, 1876 ; in garrison at Alcatraz Island, Cal., to Apr. 28, 1877 ; as Pro- 
fersor of Military Science in the University of California, May 8, 1877, to 



2106. . . .(Born La.) JAMES D. GRAHAM (Ap'd at Large). .60 

For previous history, see No. 2106, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Aide-de-Camp to Bvt. Major-General 
Hancock, Nov. 15, 1866, to June 18, 1868. 

Died, June 18, 1868, at Washington, D. C. : Aged 25. 



2107. . . .(Born N. Y.). . .WARREN C. BEACH (Ap'd N. Y.). .61 

For previous history, see No. 2107, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Vicksburg, Mis., Nov., 1866, to 
Mar., 1869 ; as Adjutant 24th Infantry, Dec. 13, 1866, to Apr., 1867 ; as Ac- 
ting Assistant Inspector-General of Sub-District of Mississippi, Apr. 1, to 
Aug. 3, 1867, and Sep. 2, 1867, to Aug. 4, 1868 ; on frontier duty at Galves- 

(Teansfeeeed to 11th Ineantey, Ape. 25, 1869) 
ton, Tex., Mar., 1869, to June 4, 1870,— and Ft. Concho, Tex., July 2, 1870, 
to June 23, 1871, being Adjutant, 11th Infantry, Apr., 1869, to Jan. 23, 
1871 ; on general Recruiting Service, Feb. 11, to June 17, 1872; in conducting 
recruits to 24th Infantry, June-Aug., 1872, on frontier duty at Ft. Concho, 
Tex., Aug. 16, 1872, to Feb. 11, 1873,— Ft. Richardson, Tex., Feb. 28, 1873, to 

(Captain 11th Infantry, Oct 29, 1873) 
Mar. 6, 1874,— Camp Augur, I. T., to June, 1874,— and Ft. Sill, I. T., to 
Nov. 19, 1875 ; on leave of absence to Oct. 31, 1876 ; on frontier duty at 
Cheyenne Agency, Dak., Nov. 26, 1876, to Nov. 4, 1877 ; on leave of absence 
Nov. 4, 1877, to June 1, 1878 ; awaiting orders and on Retiring Board at 
New York City to Oct., 1878 ; and on frontier duty at Cheyenne Agency, 
Dak., Nov. 3, 1878, to 



2108 ... (Born Mas. ) . . . . CHARLES MORRIS (Ap'd at Large) . . 62 

For previous history, see No. 2108, Vol. 11, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: on frontier duty, at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., 
Jan., to Apr., 1867,— Adjutant, 37th Infantry, Dec. 14, 1866, to Oct. 31, 1868, 
—Ft. Marcy, N. M., to Oct., 1867 ; and Santa Fe, N. M., to Dec. 10, 1868 ; 
on General Recruiting Service, to Apr., 1869 ; joining regiment, to June, 

(Teansfeeeed to 5th Infantey, May 19, 1869) 
1869 ; on frontier duty, at Ft. Harker, Kan., June 2, 1869, to Jan. 10, 1871 ; 
as Quartermaster, 5th Infantry, Aug. 10, 1869, to June 10, 1870, and Adjutant, 
to Dec. 15, 1870 ; on leave of absence, Jan. 18, to Mar. 6, 1871 ; in garrison, 

(Teansfeeeed to 5th Aetilleey, Dec. 15, 1870) 
at Ft. Sullivan, Me., to Sep. 20, 1872,— and Ft. Adams, R. L, Oct. 1, 1872, to 
Oct. 19, 1873 ; on sick leave of absence, to Jan. 16, 1874 ; in garrison, at Ft; 



344 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEB. 1865. Class Bank. 

Adams, E. I., to June, 1874,— and Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y., to Apr. 17, 
1875 ; on sick leave of absence. May 3, to Oct. 17, 1875 ; in garrison, at Ft. 
Monroe, Va. (Artillery School for Practice), Oct., 1875, to May 1, 1878,— 
and St. Augustine, Fla., June 4, to July 23, 1878 ; on leave of absence, to 
Sejj. 25, 1878 ; and as Professor of Military Science, at Massachusetts Agri- 
cultural College, Amherst, Mas., Sep. 26, 1878, to 



2109 . .(Born Ia.)..SATTERLEE C. PLUMMER . (Ap'd at Large) .63 

For previous history, see No. 2109, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Prairie Lea, Tex., Feb., 
to July 19, 1867,— Lockhard, Tex., to Aug., 1867,— Austin, Tex., to Jan., 1868, 
— and Brovrasville, Tex., to June, 1868; on Signal duty in Chief Signal 

(Captain, 26th Infantky, June 10, 1868) 
Office, Washington. D. C, to Sep., 1868,— at Ft. Greble, D. C, to Nov.. 1868,— 
Washington, D. C, to Feb. 17, 1869,— and Ft. Union, N. M., to Aug. 9, 1869; 

(Teansfeebed to 7th Cavalet, Aug. 9, 1869) 
on frontier duty at Ft. Bascom, N. M., to Oct., 1869, — Ft. Leavenworth Kan., 
to Mar. 3, 1870,— Ft. Wallace Kan., to July, 1870,— Camp near Kit Carson, 
Col., to Sep., 1870,— Fitz Meadows, Col., Sep., 1870,— and Ft. Harker, Kan., 
to Dec. 15, 1870. 

Honoeably Dischaeged, at his own Request, Dec. 15, 1870. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Military History.- Served : in garrison at Columbus Barracks, 0., to 
(Second Lieut., 4th Intantey, May 19, 1876) 
July 6, 1876 ; on frontier duty in Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition to 
Oct. 14, 1876,— and Ft. Fred 'Steele, Wy., to Apr. 5, 1877; and in arrest to 
July 1. 1877. 

Dismissed, July 1, 1877. 

Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 
Residence, Washington, D. C. 



2110 . . . (Born Ky.). ARCHIBALD H. GOODLOE (Ap'd Ky.). .64 

For previous history, see No. 2110, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

MQitary History.— Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Randall, Dak., June, 
1866, to May, 1867,— Quartermaster, 22d Infantry, Jan. 1, 1867, to Jan. 31, 
1868,— Ft. Sully, Dak., May, 1867, to Oct. 3, 1873,— Adjutant, 22d Infantry, 
Jan. 31, 1868, to Mar. 16, 1869 (on leave of absence, Apr. 10, to Oct., 1868), 
— Assistant Adjutant-General, District of S. E. Dakota, Oct., 1868, to Mar.. 
1869,— Quartermaster, 22d Infantay, July 30, 18(59, to July, 1872 (on leave of 
absence Oct. 8. 1871, to Apr. 18, 1872),— Yellowstone Expedition, July 12, to 

(Captain, 22d Infantey, July 1, 1872) 
Oct. 27, 1872,— and Ft. Randall, Dak., Oct. 9. 1873, to Jime 27, 1874; in 
garrison at Ft. Wayne, Mich.. July 1, to Sep. 18, 1874.— New Orleans, La., 
to May 19, 1875,— and Ft. Wayne, "Mich., to July 11, 1876 : on Sioux Expe- 
dition to Aug. 29, 1K76 ; and on sick leave of absence, Sep. 13, 1876, to 



U. S, MILITARY ACADEMY. 346 



Number. 1865. Class Bank. 

2111. . . .(Born Ind.) CASS DURHAM (Ap'd Ind.). .65 

For previous history, see No. 2111, Vol. II, of Register of Gradiiates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison, at Hiimboldt, Ten., Mar., 
1867, to Nov., 1808 ; as Quartermaster, 25th Infantry, June 22, 1868, to Apr., 
1869 ; in garrison, at Memphis, Ten., Nov., lH(i8, "to Apr., 1869,— Atlanta, 

(Tbansfereed to 18th Infante y, Apr. 20, 18()9) 
Ga., to Jan., 1870,— Barnet, Ga., to Jan., 1871,— and Atlanta, Ga., to Dec. 11, 
1872 ; on General Recruiting Service, to Oct. 12, 1874 ; in garrison, at 
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 15, 1874. to Aug. 25, 1876,— Edgefield, S. C, to Apr., 

(Captain, 18th Infantky, June 30, 1877) 
1877, — and Morgantovv'n, N. C, to July, 1877 ; quelling Railroad Disturb- 
ances in Indiana, July-Nov., 1877 ; in garrison, at Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 3, 
1877, to 

2112 (Born Ga. ) ROBERT B. "WADE (Ap'd at Large) . . 66 

For previous history, see No. 2112, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on Recruiting Service, Aug., 1867, to Nov. 6, 
1868 ; on leave of absence, and joining regiment, to Jan. 14, 1869 ; on fron- 
tier duty, at Austin, Tex., to Apr. 18, 1869 ; in garrison, at Richmond, Va., 

(Unassigned, Mae. 3, 1869) 
to Sep. 4, 1869 ; on leave of absence, to Dec, 1869 ; as Professor of Military 
Science in Missouri State University, to Sep. 22, 1870 ; awaiting orders, to 
Dec. 31, 1870. 

HONOEABLY DiSCHAEGED, AT HIS OWN REQUEST, DeC. 31, 1870. 

Civil History. ^Financial Agent for Capitalists, St. Louis, Mo., since 
18—. 



2113. ..(Born N. Y.). .P. ELMENDORP SLOAN. (Ap'd at Large). .67 
For previous history, see No. 2113, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Ft. Gibson, I. T.. Feb. 24, 
to Aug., 1867,— Burrowville, Ark., to Nov. 17, 1867. 
Resigned, Ja^. 13, 1868. 
Civil History. — Unknown, no certain information having been received. 



2114. . . (Born D. C.) . CHARLES A. DEMPSEY (Apd Va.) . . 68 

For previous history, see No. 2114, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : on frontier duty at Houston, Tex., May, 1866, 
to Apr., 1867,— San Antonio, Tex., to July, 1867,— Victoria, Tex., to Oct., 
1867. — and Indianola, Tex., to July, 1869 ; in arrest and undergoing sentence 

(Unassigned, Aug. 12, 1869) 
of Court Martial, Sep., 1868, to May 22, 1870; in garrison at Huntsville, 
Ala., June 9, to Oct., 1870,— Chattanooga, Ten., Oct. 15, 1870, to Jan. 14, 

(Assigned to 2nd Infantey, Jan. 30, 1870) 
1872,— Adjutant, 2d Infantry, Dec. 21, 1871, to ,— Mobile, Ala., Jan. 16, 

1872, to Sep. 20, 1873,— Mt. Vernon Barracks, Ala., to Dec. 4, 1873,— and 
Atlanta, Ga., to May 21, 1874 ; on leave of absence to July 20, 1874 ; in gar- 
rison at Mt. Vernon Barracks. Ala., to Nov. 20, 1875,— and Atlanta, Ga., to 
July 13, 1877 ; on frontier duty at Ft. Lapwai, Ida., Sep. 24, 1877, to 
(Captain, 2d Infantry, Feb. 9, 1878) 



346 GEADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEE. 1866. Class Rank. 



CLASS OF 1866. 

2115. . . .(Born Mas.) HENRY M. ADAMS (Ap'd Mas.). .1 

For previous history, see No. 2115, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy, as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Engineering, Aug. 31, 1867, to Aug. 28, 1869 ; as Assistant Engineer 
of Repairs of Fts. Jackson and St. Philip, La., Imiorovement of the Mouth of 
the Mississippi and of Galveston Harbor and Bar, Tex., and Surveys for Eiver 
and Harbor works in Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas, Sep. 1, 1869, to 
June 1, 1874, — on Survey of the Northern Lakes, and the Mississippi River, 

(Captain, Corps or Engineees, Sep. 2, 1874) 
June 6, 1874, to May 10, 1877, (in charge May 10, 1877, to June 25, 1878), 
and since June 25, 1878. 



2116 (Born Pa.) JAMES MERCTTR (Ap'd Pa.). .2 

For previous history, see No. 2116, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy, as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy, Aiig. 31, 1867, to Feb. 21, 
1870, and Principal Assistant, Feb. 21, 1870, to July 31, 1872 ; with. Engi- 
neer Battalion at Willet's Point, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1872, to July 31, 1876, (Adju- 
tant, Sep. 14, 1872, to Feb. 20, 1876) ; as Assistant Engineer to Lieut.-Col. 

(Captain, Cokps of Engineers, Dec. 9, 1875) 
Newton in the Eemoval of Hallet's Point and Flood Eock, Hell Gate, N. Y., 
Aug. 5, 1876, to (in charge, during Lieut.-Colonel Newton's absence 

in Europe of the Military Works under his supervision Apr. 21, to July 30, 
1877, and of his Civil Works, Apr. 21, to Aug. 20, 1877) ; and as Eecorder of 
Board of Engineers on Improvement of Charleston Harbor, S. C, Mar., 1878. 



2117. . . .(Born Ct.).. .CHARLES E. L. B. DAVIS (Ap'd Ct.). .3 

For previous history, see No. 2117, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : with Engineer Battalion, at Willet's Point, 
N. Y., Oct. 9. 1867, to Aug. 25, 1868 ; at the Military Academy, as Assistant 
Professor of Mathematics, Aug. 31, 1868, to June 30, 1870 ; with Engi- 
neer Battalion, at Willet's Point, N. Y., Aug. 8, 1870, to Nov. 30, 1872 
(Quartermaster, May 1, 1871, to Nov. 30, 1872) ; and as Assistant Engineer on 
the Improvement of the Mouth of the Mississippi, Dec. 9, 1872, to May 1, 
1876 (leave of absence, June 20, to July 20, 1875), — and of Imi^rovement of 
Galveston Harbor, Tex., May 1, 1876, to 

(Captain, Corps of Engineers, Sep. 12, 1877) 



2118. . . . (Born Mas.) . . BENJAMIN D. GREENE (Ap'd Me.) . .4 

For previous history, see No. 2118, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : as Assistant Engineer on Survey of the 
Northern Lakes, Oct. 1, 1866, to May 5, 1869 (Engineer Eecruiting Service 
Dec. 11, 1868, to Apr. 26, 1869) ; as Assistant Engineer under the orders of 
Major Bowen, May 6, 1869, to Jan. 27, 1871 (leave of absence, Jan. 8, to 
Feb. 27, 1870),— of Major Wilson, Jan. 27, to May 1, 1871,— and of Major 
McFarland, May 1, 1871, to June 4, 1872 ; at Willet's Point, N. Y., with En- 



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NuMBEB. 1866. Class Rank. 

gineer Battalion, June 13, 1872, to Aug. 31, 1870), being on Recruiting Ser- 
vice, Aug. 6, 1872, and Battalion Quartermaster, Feb. 14, 1874, to Aug. 31, 
1876 (leave of absence and absent sick, June 3-30, -July 3-31, and Aug. 3, to 
Sep. 8, 1875); as Assistant Engineer on Survey of Union and Central Pacific 
Railway, Aug. 31, to Dec. (i, 187G ; at Willet's Point, N. Y., with Battalion of 
Engineers, as Adjutant, Treasurer and Signal Officer, Dec. C, 1876, to July 8, 

(Captain, Corps of Engineers, Oct. 16, 1877) 
1878 ; and as Assistant Engineer under the orders of Major Farquhar, 
July 12, 1878, to 



2119... (Born R. I.) JOHN H. WEEDEN (Ap'd R. I.) .5 

For previous history, see No. 2119, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : with Engineer Company at Willet's Point, 
N. Y., and San Francisco Harbor, Cal., Dec. 3, 1866, to Dec. 20, 1869 ; as 
Assistant Engineer on the Geodetic Survey of the Northern Lakes, May, 
1870, to June 7, 1872, (leave of absence, Feb. 12, to Mar. 14, and absent sick, 
to May 13, 1872), — and on Boundary Survey along the 49th Parallel, June 7, 
to July 22, 1872 ; as Recorder of Board of Engineers for Pacific Coast, Aug. 30, 
1872, to May 8, 1873 ; and as Assistant Engineer under the orders of 
Lieut. -Colonel Stewart, at San Diego, Cal., May 8, 1873, to May 23, 1874, and 
at San Francisco, Cal., to Jan. 29, 1877, — and under the orders of the Pacific 
Board of Engineers, May 23, 1874, to Jan. 29, 1877. 

Died, Jan. 29, 1877, at San Francisco, Cal. : Aged 33. 



2120. . . (Born Mas. ).. GEORGE M. WHEELER (Ap'd Col.). .6 

For previous history, see No. 2120, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Engineer on the Survey of Point 
Lobos and vicinity, and in the constriiction of the Defenses of Fort Point, San 
Francisco Harbor", Cal., Oct. 1, 1866, to Sep. 4, 1868; as Engineer on the Staff of 
the Commanding General of the Department of California, Sep. 4, 1868, to 
Feb. 14, 1871 ; and Superintending Engineer of the Geographical Survey of 
the Territory of the United States, West of the 100th Meridian, Mar. 18, 
1871, to 



2121 . (Born Ct.). . EUGENE A. WOODRUFF (Ap'd la.). .7 

For previous history, see No. 2121, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : with Engineer Company at Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., Oct. 1, 1866, to Dec. 4, 1868 ; and as Assistant Engineer under 

(First Lieut., Corps of Engineers, Mar. 7, 1867) 
the orders of Captain Farquhar, Dec. 4, 1868, to Jan. 6, 1871,— and of Cap- 
tain Howell, Jan. 6, 1871, to Sep. 3, 1873. 

Died, Sep. 30, 1873, at Shreveport, La. : Aged 32. 



2122, . . . (Born O.) JAMES B. QUINN (Ap'd O.). .8 

For previous history, see No. 2122, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : with Engineer company at Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., Sep., 1867, to Nov., 1869 (leave of absence, Aug. 1-31, 1869); as 
Assistant Engineer under the orders of Lieut.-Colonel Blunt, Dec, 1869, to 



348 GRADUATES OF THE 



NuMBEK. 1866. Class Rank. 

Aug. 8, 1870, (in charge of Fts. Jeflferson and Taylor, Mar. 21, to Aug. 8. 
1870, and of Seventh Lighthouse District, Mar. 21, to Sep. 1, 1870),— of 
Colonel Benham, Aug. 8, 1870, to Apr. 27, 1871,— of Lieut. -Colonel Thorn. 
May 1, 1871, to Nov. 13, 1872, (leave of absence, Nov. 6, to Dec. 6, 1871),— 
and of Captain Howell, Nov. 25, 1872, to May 27, 1876 ; with Engineer Battal- 
ion, at Willet's Point, N. Y., June 20, 1876, to , being Battalion Quarter- 
master, since Dec. 22, 1876, (temporary duty on Survey of Union, and Cen- 
tral Pacific Railways, Aug. 31, to Dec.', 1876, at Baltimore, Md., July 21, to 
Aug. 17, 1877, and on Survey of Boundary line between the States of Virginia 
and West Virginia, Nov. 16-30, 1878). 



2123. ...(Born N.Y.). DANIEL "W. LOCKWOOD (Ap'd N. Y.) .9 

For previous history, see No. 2123, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History.— Served : with Engineer Company at Willefs Point, 
N. Y., and San Francisco Harbor, Cal., Apr. 7, 1867, to July 21, 1870 (tem- 
porarily under orders of Commanding General of Department of California, 
June 4, 1869, to Jan. 24, 1870, and of Division of the Pacific, Mar.-Jime, 1870); 
asChief Engineer of the Department of Arizona, July 21, 1870, to Mar. 11, 1871: 
as Assistant Engineer on Exploration of Eastern Nevada and Arizona, Mar. 11. 
1871, to July 3, 1872, and Dec. 9, 1874, to May, 1877,— and on Geodetic Sur- 
vey of the Northern Lakes, Julv 10, 1872, to' Dec. 9, 1874, and since Mav, 
1877. 



2124. . . . (Born Ky.) . ..WILLIAM P. BUTLER (Ap'd Ky.) . . 10 

For previous history, see No. 2124, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Rock Island 
Arsenal, 111., Oct. 2, 1866, to Jan. 12, 1873 ; and on leave of absence to 
July 12, 1873. 

Resigned, July 12, 1873. 
Civil History. — Manufacturer of Gas, Rock Island. 111., since 1873. 
Mayor of Rock Island, 111., 1876-77. 



2125. . . .(Born Mis.) FRANK SOULE (Ap'd Cal.). .11 

For previous history, see No. 2125, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer, at Allegheny 
Arsenal, Pa., Oct. 2, 1866, to Dec. 6, 1867 ; at the MiUtary Academy, as 
Assistant Instructor of Ordnance and Gunnery, Dec. 14, 1867, to Aug. 27, 
1869, — and Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Aug. 31, 1868, to Aug. 27, 
1869 ; and on leave of absence, Aug. 27, 1869, to Aug. 27, 1870. 
Resigned, Aug. 27, 1870. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics in the University of California, 
at Berkeley, Cal., Aug. 25, 1869, to Aug. 1, 1872; and of Civil Engineering 
and Astronomy, since Aug. 1, 1872. 



2126 . , (Born Ind,) ..EDWARD M. WRIGHT (Ap'd Ind). .12 

For previous history, see No. 2126, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : as Assistant Ordnance Officer at Augusta 
Arsenal, Ga., Oct., 1867, to May 13, 1869 (leave of absence, Sep. 30, 1868, to 



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NuMBEE. 1866. Class Rank. 

Feb. 28, 1869),— at Watertown Arsenal, Mas., May 13, 18(59, to May 5, 1K71, 
—at Eock Island Arsenal, 111., June 13, 1871, to Nov. 10, 1875, — at Frank- 
ford Arsenal, Pa., Nov. 23, 1875, to (tenii^orarily detached for duty 

(FrRST Lieut., Ordnance, June 23, 1874) 
at Washington Arsenal, D. C, Dec. 19, 1876, to June 1, 1877, and for duty 

(Captain, Ordnance, Mar. 25, 1876) 
with Major-General Hancock while suppressing Railroa<l Disturbances, 
July 31, to Nov. 27, 1877). 

2127. . . .(Born Ga.). .RICHARD C. CHURCHILL (Ap'd D. C). .13 

For previous history, see No. 2127, Vol. II, of Eegister of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served: in garrison at Ft. Delaware, Del., Apr. 5, 
1867, to Aug. 6, 1869, (leave of absence, Aug. 16, to Oct. 15, 1867) ; at the 
Military Academy as Assistant Professor of Drawing, Aug. 28, 1869, to 
Aug. 31, 1871. 

Resigned, Sep. 1, 1872. 

Civil History. — Artist, Sing Sing, N. Y., since 1872. 



2128 .... (Born Vt.) CHARLES S. SMITH (Ap'd 111. ) . . 14 

For previous history, see No. 2128, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : in garrison at Ft. Delaware, Del., Apr., 1867, 
to Mar., 1870,— and Ft. Macon, N. C, Mar. 18, 1879, to July 12, 1871 ; on 
Signal duty at Ft. Whipple, Va., to May, 1872,— and in Office of Chief 
Signal Officer, at Washington, D. C, to June 28, 1873 ; in garrison at the 
Presidio, San Francisco, Cal., Aug. 8, 1873, to Mar. 16, 1874,— and Ft. Monroe, 
Va. (Artillery School for Practice), May 1, to Nov. 9, 1874 ; as Assistant 

(Transferred to Ordnance, Nov. 1, 1874) 
Ordnance Officer at Ft. Monroe Arsenal, Va., Nov. 9, 1874, to Apr. 25, 
1876,— and Ordnance Agency, New York City, Apr. 29, 1876, to 



2129. . . .(Born Pa.) HIERO B. HERR (Ap'd Pa.). .15 

For previous history, see No. 2129, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academj^ as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Mathematics, Aug. 31, 1867, to Aug. 28, 1869 ; and on leave of ab- 
sence, Aug. 28, 1869, to May 15, 1870. 

Resigned, May 15, 1870. 

Civil History. — Professor of Mathematics, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, 
Pa., since July 21, 1869. 

2130. . . .(Born Ireland). . . .JAMES O'HARA (Ap'd N. Y.). .16 

For previous history, see No. 2130, Vol. II, of Register of Graduates. 

Military History. — Served : at the Military Academy, as Assistant Pro- 
fessor of French, Aug. 31, 1867, to Apr. 30,' 1870, and Mar. 5, to Apr. 1. 
1872,— Assistant Professor of Spanish, Aug. 31, 1867, to July 17, 1868,— and 
Principal Assistant Professor of Spanish, July 17, 1868, to Aug. 28, 1872 ; 
and in garrison, at Key West, Fla., Sep. 22, to Nov. 30, 1872,— Ft. Niagara, 
N Y., Dec. 8, 1872, to Apr. 26, 1876, having charge of Ft. Porter. N. Y., 



350 GEADUATES OF THE 



Number. 1866. Class Rank. 

Sep. 18, 1874, to June 8, 1875,— Ft. Monroe, Va. (Artillery School for Prac- 
tice), May 1, to Oct. 23, 1876,— Blackville, S. C, Oct. 23, to Nov. 15, 1876,— 
Washington Arsenal, D. C, Nov. 19, 1876, to Feb. 6, 1877,— Ft. Monroe, Va. 
(Artillery School for Practice), Feb. 10, 1877, to May 1, 1878,— and Ft. Ham- 
ilton, N. Y., May 24, 1878, to 

2131. . . (BornO.). . CHARLES E. KILBOURNE (Ap'd 0.). .17 

For previous history, see No. 2131, Vol.